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K7EK Repeaters


145.410 mhz
441.375 mhz


147.140 mhz
442.35 mhz


442.625 mhz


Please choose the one that works best for your particular location:
Use 118.8 hz for the 147.14 SOUTH RECEIVER.
Use 100.0 hz for the 147.14 NORTH RECEIVER

If the 147.14 repeater is down for some reason, please try 442.35/R @ 103.5 hz.

Please choose the one that works best for your particular location.

NOTE: I am in dire need of Motorola Maxtrac, GM300, Radius, 1225, and similar radios, especially HIGHBAND VHF and UHF models, with 5 or 16 pin accessory sockets. The FCC mandated commercial services to reband and narrowband their radios. The old ones should now be dirt cheap and available in large quantities. These radios are desperately needed to upgrade all of my repeaters from the current GE Mastr II radios, which are now breaking down due to age. If I am able to acquire enough of the aforementioned radios, in addition to updating the repeaters themselves, I might be able to add one or more remote receivers and also possibly gain the ability to link all or some of the repeaters together, thus allowing an improved coverage area. I will cheerfully accept any and all donations of Motorola Maxtrac, GM300, Radius, 1225, and similar radios, with any number of channels, any accessory jack configuration, and any power level. I hope to gather enough of the aforementioned radios to make the changeover while maintaining a running stock of backup radios. Please tell me what you have and your terms. Please email the address on qrz.com or hamqth.com, or leave a private message on this web site. Thanks very much for your consideration!

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18/02/2013 16:47
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11/03/2012 21:13
RMS CHANGES! Callsign now K7EK. Now scanning with Winmor & Pactor. Refresh your station list often. ALWAYS USE THE LATEST RMS EXPRESS RELEASE!

09/06/2011 20:39
Many thanks to Casey, WW7CH, and Stan, K7DKK, Lorraine, K7LJN, and Barry, K7PAL, for their technical & other support of my repeaters, and to Ron, KC7J, for use of his Lakewood site.

09/06/2011 20:37
The South Pierce County /Eatonville Net meets every Thursday evening at 1900 local on the W7EAT Repeater, 146.70 mhz, 103.5 hz. Join us!

09/06/2011 20:34
The South Pierce County, WA Six Meter AM Net meets every Sunday at 1800 hours local on 50.4 mhz. Dust off that old AM gear. Everyone welcome!

08/03/2011 00:54
This is an official JT65-HF mirror site. Download the latest version of JT65-HF and the setup instructions from here!

20/02/2011 17:48
Thanks to Bob, N1UAN, for his invaluable assistance with PHP-Fusion. Without the latter, this site would not have been possible.

31/01/2011 23:55
I must ask all that have previously registered as a member to please do so again. Please use your amateur radio callsign as a user name. Thanks, and sorry for the inconvenience... Shock

31/01/2011 20:29
Welcome to the new K7EK web page, which is being rebuilt after a fatal hard drive crash. We've upgraded the CMS, so it's necessary to redo everything from scratch. Please be patient. Grin

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Packet Radio in Western Washington

Looking for legacy packet radio activity in the Puget Sound Area? Here's a brief rundown. See the Legacy Packet and Parameter Recommendations links on the right hand side of the main page.


145.05 mhz

Full Service Autoforwarding Network BBS: TACBBS / K7EK (Formerly SEABBS)

Worldwide (X)net Node: TACOMA / K7EK-8

DX Spotting Node: TACDXC / K7EK-1

Local RF node: SOTAC / K7EK-5

ATTENTION! 145.01 mhz is a no-operate zone. Go there at your own risk.... You have been warned!

Puget Sound Area APRS


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CONSIDERATE... never knowingly operates in such a way as to lessen the pleasure of others.

LOYAL... offering loyalty, encouragement and support to other amateurs, local clubs and the American Radio Relay League, through which Amateur Radio in the United States is represented nationally and internationally.

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FRIENDLY... with slow and patient operation when requested, friendly advice and counsel to the beginner, kindly assistance, co-operation and consideration for the interests of others. These are the hallmarks of the amateur spirit.

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