West Point Repeater
The 2 m repeater in West Point is back up and running and it does analog and fusion. It’s using the old frequency 147.18 with a plus offset and the tone in and out is 110.9. Thanks to all that help me get it up and running and let’s hope the coverage is good for being about 180ft in the air. It may need a new antenna to improve the range. The new DMR repeater is up and running but not connected to the internet yet, but is good for local use. Here is the 2m info from repeater book. https://www.repeaterbook.com/repeaters/details.php?state_id=28&ID=21578
Robert Calvert KD5FRY
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In a Public Notice issued on 27 May 2022 (attached), the FCC announced that Legacy CORES will be retired on July 15, 2022 at 6 pm.
Once Legacy CORES is retired, users will be unable to make any changes to their FRNs in that system, including resetting their passwords.
Legacy CORES should not be used for creating new FRNs even though it will remain open through July 15, 2022.
You should direct your applicants for a new license to register in CORES2 and then apply for an FRN. fcc.gov/cores
Legacy CORES users (including licensees who provided their SSN in lieu of applying for an FRN when they applied for their license) are encouraged to establish an FCC username account in the FCC User Registration System, and then to access CORES2 to associate their FRN(s) with their username.
Other Commission systems will continue to allow access using the FRN and password established in the Legacy CORES. Users may also log in to these systems using an FRN and username password, established in CORES2.
Over time, Commission systems that have not yet transitioned will be updated to require a username and password obtained through the FCC User Registration System and may redirect users to use CORES2 to associate their FRN(s)
with a valid FCC username. Future system transitions will be handled at different timeframes through separate notifications.
Payment and Payment-Related Transactions
Users that need to pay annual regulatory fees, view Red Light status details, pay Universal Licensing System (ULS) fees, and complete payments for all FCC filings and fees will be required to use a username and password
with an FRN associated with a username in CORES2 to authorize these transactions according to the following timetable:
In the image below, the Pay Fees link will transition to CORES2 Username and Password on 26 August 2022.
When you click on Pay Fees today, you are offered two payment options as shown in the image below.
After 25 August 2022, when you click on Pay Fees you will be taken here:
There’s a new repeater set up in Maben.
We have a new repeater at the Maben Fire Tower installed by the Magnolia ARC K5DY. The 2 meter frequency is 147.315+ with a tone of 110.9 and the 70cm frequency is 444.325 with a tone of 110.9
It’s located on the west side of Oktibbeha county off of the Maben Sturgis Road. The repeater appears to have good coverage.