CRA's mission is to provide amateur repeater services throughout the front range of Colorado, with a focus on reliability, complete coverage, and new technology. The efforts of the CRA shall reflect the needs and desires of its subscribers with respect to coverage, bands, and features provided. The CRA shall promote amateur radio, public safety, and new technology in the interests of all amateur radio operators.

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Link audio from 145.145 fixed

Yesterday, Dave WA1JHK, Matt KB0KZR, and Lexi N0LXI traveled to the club's Squaw Mountain site, to replace hardware related to the link node connection to the repeaters, and upgrade the software on the node to meet our current standard.  The trip was a success - the audio coming from 145.145 into the link now sounds like it's supposed to - clean, full, no noise.  It should be so good, you can't tell which repeater the person you're talking to is using.  We think you'll agree, it sounds pretty close to this now!  We also left a couple of spare parts, and performed some other maintenance task

Changes at our Conifer site

[Update 7/16/2017, WA1JHK]  Today's work day at the Conifer site was a success.  Thanks to Dave WA1JHK, Barry N0KV, Brad K0BJR and Jim WD0E for getting this work done in advance of the tower construction project that starts tomorrow.  We have removed the antennas and feedlines from the tower that were required prior to the construction.

Watch this space for updates...

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