First Bermuda Repeater

The first two meter repeater on Bermuda is going on 34—94. This will be VP90DA and, after getting checked out, will be set up on the lighthouse. It will cover the entire island. Remember to bring your handy-talkies when you go to Bermuda. Geting a license is simplicity — you get in touch with VP9EP, the Wireless Inspector (in the phone book) and he will get you set up. You'll get your own call/portabfe VP9. A visit to Bermuda is about 800% more fun when you get to meet and talk with the local amateurs — they are really great guys. 94-simpiex fanatics may not be welcome.

NEW ENGLAND COORDINATOR 220 MHz BAND PLAN The frequency coordinating team of K1KEC, K4GGI/1 and F2BO/W1 got together on the air the other evening to work out a new scheme for repeater occupation of the 220 MHz band in case the FCC is resistant to all requests to change their minds about cutting out the lower two MHz of the band.

The previously agreed upon 3 MHz split between repeater inputs and outputs will be changed to 1.6 MHz and the simplex channel will be 223.5 MHz.

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