STARS has a VHF and a UHF repeater that are located at the top of the Metro South Medical Center in Blue Island, IL. We also have use of a 220Mhz repeater with the callsign KB9EPL (Thanks Dave!).
The VHF repeater is located at 146.640 MHz with a standard 600 kHz negative offset and a PL access tone of 107.2. This repeater is accessible via Echolink using the callsign W9SRC-R with node ID 763923.
The UHF repeater is located at 442.675 MHz with a standard 5 MHz positive offset and a PL access tone of 131.8.
The 220 MHz repeater frequency is 224.480 MHz with a standard 1.6 MHz negative offset and PL access tone of 110.9.
Please see the Nets page for our weekly nets that are held on the STARS repeaters.
Pictured above: STARS president, Tom (KA9ZXN) working on the repeater antennas on the roof of the Metro South Medical Center.