The Group is devoted to amateur service activities consistent with FCC Part 97 Rules. The club will promote the use of amateur radio, including new and traditional technologies, with a goal of linking member-owned repeaters in Northwest Montana, Ohio, and other parts of the U.S., into a cohesive voice and data network. This network will be dedicated to service to the general public.
The Group’s center hub is an Experimental Reflector supporting IRLP and Allstar: IRLP 0066, ALLSTAR 40668 (An ECHOLINK /Telephone portal is available to members only). Echolink connections to NMRG tributary repeaters and nodes, because of low audio quality and inability to suppress call signs and other operational tones and signals, are NOT generally welcome. Contact NG8Y or KA7G for further info.
Use of the NW7RG domain email address is available to Group members. Such as: WA7XXX@NW7RG.ORG Contact the web site manager email@example.com for an email assignment.
Mission and Goals:
Membership in the Northwest Montana Repeater Group will be open to all amateurs and their immediate families. The Group reserves the right to refuse membership to any applicant or group not supporting the Group’s Mission and Goals. and system management parameters outlined below. Please contact the Group Trustee, firstname.lastname@example.org for membership info.
Repeaters and Linking:
Individual stations, repeaters, links, and nodes will be operated in accordance with FCC Part 97 Rules. The Group consists of a number of repeaters with active portals which include, but are not limited to, IRLP, Allstar, Echolink, and telephone. Links, nodes, stations, and repeaters within the Group will transmit only clean audio at a level consistent with other Group repeaters and links. Control tones, courtesy tones, call signs and other station unique tones or signals will be suppressed.. Please contact The Group’s system manager, email@example.com, for further info
Club HF Frequencies
+ - QRM & band conditions
21.437 MHZ (daytime)
18.137 MHZ (daytime)
14.237 MHZ (day/evening)
7.237 MHZ (evening/night)
3.937 MHZ (local)