Celebrating 42 years of operation at The Airport In The Sky! - April 27, 1973 - 2015
The repeaters are located 26 miles off the Southern California coast on Santa Catalina Island. From their offshore location at an elevation of 1602 feet above sea level, they have great coverage of the Southern California area and are operated 100% on solar power. The repeaters are open repeaters for all amateurs who are members, non-members, visitors and even travelers and vacationers to the Southern California area. We simply ask that they obey FCC regulations and operate courteously.
147.090 + No PL (2m uses PL 79.7 when needed)
224.420 - PL 110.9
927.9375 MHz -(25mHz) DPL 311
Avalon Repeater 448.400 - PL 110.9 Local repeater, works only in Avalon. Talk all over Avalon with just a low-power handheld! Linked to 147.090 after 6:30 pm
Costa Mesa 224.32 mHz (-) PL 151.4
Echolink On the 220 Repeater
Talk any time day or night on our 220 repeater via Echolink node #130506, KC6PCB-L. The repeater is linked to the 2 meter repeater for the Monday night Membership and Amateur Radio Swap nets. If you don't have a 220 radio or you are out of town and want to check in with your friends, give Echolink a try!
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ARRL Southwest Division Convention - Torrance, CA September 11-13, 2015
Map to the Hotel:
Hamcon, Inc. welcomes all amateur operators to HAMCON 2015 during September 11-13, 2015, at the Torrance Marriott South Bay Hotel. You don’t need to be an ARRL member to attend and hams living outside the ARRL’s Southwestern Division are also invited. No matter what your amateur radio experience level we’re sure you will find many topics, products, and people of interest at HAMCON 2015.