CNY 220 Mhz repeaters

There has been a recent surge in local repeater activity on 220 Mhz. New repeaters in Waterloo and Ithaca, along with some new ones being planned for the area, make 220Mhz a viable option for many upstate hams. There are also quite a number of 220 Mhz repeaters in both Rochester and Buffalo. Here is a summary of the CNY 220 mhz repeaters that we are presently aware being active. If you can confirm others, please send me an e-mail (UpstateHam@gmail.com).

223.980 (-) PL=100.0, Elmira, NR2P 
224.120 (-) PL = 103.5, Syracuse (Sentinel Heights) KD2SL (220 Net at 7pm Friday nights)
224.180 (-) PL=107.2, Niagara Falls, VE3WAJ 
224.900 (-) PL=82.5, Newark,  N2TKR  (temporarily of the air - 1/24/17)
224.260 (-) PL=110.9, Romulus, W2ACC 
224.620 (-) PL=103.5, Freeville (Ithaca), N2PYI 
224.160 (-) PL = 141.3, Whethersfield (Attica) WA2CAM
224.700 (-) PL = 88.5, Orangeville (Attica) K2XZ
224.580 (-) PL = 110.9, Rochester; N2HJD 
224.680 (-) PL = 110.9, Bristol; W2IMT (off the air?)
224.660 (-) No PL, Utica (Deerfield), WA2CAV
224.260 (-) No PL, Verona, (Rome) KA2NIL (off-the-air, looking for a new site)

You may also hear some folks chatting on Simplex at 223.400 or 223.500 Mhz.
(see the ARRL band plan for more details at: http://www.arrl.org/band-plan )


Last UPDATED 03/31/17

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