1. East County Repeater Association (ECRA)

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Rattlesnake

 

7/2/2020: Trivia Net will be held on Wednesday, July 8, at 6:30 pm. Pat KD6PZB will be net control. This will be a weekly net. Rattlesnake peak repeater 147.765 (-)        PL 79.7

07/02/2020: Today it was decided that due to the most recent increase in the number of cases of COVID-19 within the state of California and the fact that Governor Newsome decided to once again close many bars and restaurants in many counties within the state, the next ECRA general meeting which was scheduled for Monday, July 6, 2020 will be canceled. The ECRA board meeting was also canceled. We hope to be able to meet again in August. Please check back here for current information. Thank you

07/09/2020 – Documentation for the remote base commands is currently being edited and will be distributed to members when complete.

East County Repeater Association (ECRA) is a non-profit membership organization that provides both member and non-member licensed amateur radio operators access to a family of professional quality VHF and UHF repeaters, located on several San Diego and Imperial County mountain tops.

ECRA owns and operates 8 VHF and UHF Amateur Radio Repeaters in the Southern California area, with these locations, ECRA’s repeaters provide excellent coverage of virtually all of San Diego and Imperial counties. ECRA, along with the Arizona Repeater Association, comprise the CalZona Link, with coverage from San Diego to Phoenix, Arizona.

Following the amateur radio tradition, all of ECRA’s repeaters are OPEN, which means that any properly licensed radio amateur may use the systems, whether they are a sponsoring member of the club or not. This policy does not extend, however, to the premium features of the systems, such as auto patches , remote bases, etc. These features are reserved for club members.

ECRA Founded in 1982.