THE NEW K7PP REPEATER NETWORK
K7PP REPEATER NETWORK HAS BEEN RE-ENGINEERED
K7PP Repeater Network is a series of Radio Relay Stations on nearby
Mountains linked together by radio to allow public communications
throughout most of Western Washington.
Designed and built by K7PP, Peter Policani, the system has evolved
over the years but has retained the same goal over three decades.
K7PP Repeater has been rebuilt and changed in many ways recently.
We no longer support a repeater network on the Two Meter Frequency of 147.200.
We have handed this frequency off to another to enhance a growing need on Two
meters in the Puget Sound area.
High costs of site rental and insurance as well as the decrease in financial
support have forced the closure of several of our high profile sites.
What is Left is a Network of three UHF repeaters and One Two meter repeater
that are connected together full time by Amateur Radio.
These repeaters will be offered for public use as long as costs permit.
Accessing any repeater on the system will allow your signal to
appear on the output of all the others.
Look at the coverage maps and projected coverage areas and select the site closest to you.
Transmitting and getting a response from any one of these sites means you have accessed them all.
A ham listening to any one of them will hear your transmission and will be able to respond.
Primary Site at Cougar Mountain
The First site shown is the primary site located on Cougar Mountain in Issaquah.
It is 1450 feet in Elevation.
The repeater antenna is located on top of a 175' Tower at the top of the Mountain.
It provides coverage throughout King County and Down Town Seattle.
The frequency is:
443.4 mhz Plus offset
Access Tone is 123.0 Hz.
It is linked full time with the other three repeaters in the Network
Secondary Site at GOLD MOUNTAIN near Bremerton Wa
Gold Mountain is Located in back of Bremerton Washington at 1800' Elevation.
It's primary use is to provide coverage in the Puget Sound Basin and Kitsap Peninsula.
Coverage extends from Centeralia to Bellingham.
Frequecy used is;
441.200 mhz Plus offset
123.0 Hz access Tone.
This repeater is linked full time to the rest of the network
SEE THE FOLLOWING PAGES FOR MY SITE INFO
K7RED, RED (BRUCE) Work Party Forman
CHRIS, KD7AKB Tower-system engineer
CARL, N7KUW Tower-system engineer