The Forx Amateur Radio Club 146.940 repeater has been replaced with a newer model GE Mastr III. It now has a CTCSS tone of 123.0 hz, and is operating at an output power of about 55 Watts. A preamp has been installed to improve the repeater’s receive sensitivity.
What is SuperLINK? Rules of Operation SuperLINK Instructions Accessing SuperLINK Leaving the SuperLINK How to dial Node Codes Exceptions SuperLINK Node List What is SuperLINK? SuperLINK is an operator controlled Amateur Radio repeater linking system connecting 2 meter repeaters located along Interstate 94 from the Western Border of North Dakota, through Minnesota and into Wisconsin. It also has links which go north to Winnipeg, Canada.
Location Callsign Frequency Notes Barnesville, MN KC0SD 147.060 + T123 SuperLINK Detroit Lakes, MN W0EMZ 147.195 + Detroit Lakes ARC Fargo, ND KB0IXM 145.490 - T82.5 IRLP #4549 Fargo, ND KD0SWQ 444.000 + NDSU D-STAR Repeater Fargo, ND W0HSC 147.090 + NDSU Amateur Radio Society Fargo, ND W0RRW 146.
W0ILO Repeaters W0ILO 10M Beacon Red River Valley Repeater List SuperLINK W0ILO Repeaters The Red River Radio Amateurs operate and maintain a linked repeater system that covers Fargo-Moorhead and the surrounding area. The call-sign for these repeaters is the RRRA club call-sign, W0ILO. The following RRRA sponsored repeaters available for use: Location Frequency Tone Moorhead, MN 145.350 MHz - 123 Hz Moorhead, MN 444.