note:  10 and 6 meter remote base system is
nonfunctional,   if you turn it on , it says its
on ,,  BUT  it ISN"T








147.360mHz N7PI /R repeater - Kinport
& the APRS digi-peater on 144.39                                                                                                                      

PARC owns and operates two 2 meter FM voice repeaters,  Kinport and Scout Mt.
As well as an APRS repeater.

The 3 PARC repeaters are paid for and maintained  with DUES.. so if you are a regular user of our equipment,
you might consider joining our club.  Just a thought..?

Mt. Kinport  located 6 miles SW of the I-15 Center Street Exit (69) at 7200 feet.
It operates on 147.360 +600kHz offset  ... 100Hz Pl required

This repeater has Links that include outputs on 52.525 & 29.600

LINK Information.  please understand,  52.525mHz is 6 meters,   29.600mHz is 10 meters
These are both the main FM Calling frequencies.

FYI,  6 meter link is disabled at the present time
How to tell which band a signal is on
if the station is on 10 meters at the end of his transmission
you hear a Hi & Low Beep ie  BEEP BOOP sound

if the station is on   6 meters you hear  three HI BEEPS  ie BEEP BEEP BEEP.

    When a Link is on, whatever's said on 2 meters is going out on which ever link is selected
    if someone out there in "radio land" they might hears you, you'll probably have breaking station wanting to take advantage of the propagation.   


010 turns on only 10 meters, 6 off
006 turns on 6 meters,  10  off

000 turns OFF
10m turns on 6m

other test codes

123  tests your audio. 
Press 123, unkey your radio, repeater says "ready", Key your radio and make a test transmission, when you unkey it will be play back.

Several items about the 147.36 repeater .

AUTO UN - LINK, be advised.
When you press 000 it will turn off the 10 meter links and turns on 6 meters . 6 meter link is on any time 10meters is not activated (disabled until spring) 
10 meters will automatically unlink after approximately 4 hours,
No warning, it just happens.....  it could be in the middle of your QSO,
this timer can be reset any time by pressing 010 .