Boulder Mountain Repeater
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member mtbearded1
N 46° 15.517 W 112° 06.164
12T E 415011 N 5123373
Quick Description: The Boulder Mountain Repeater is housed in a former AT&T transmitter building on top of Boulder Mountain in Jefferson County, Montana.
Location: Montana, United States
Date Posted: 7/15/2020 12:01:01 PM
Waymark Code: WM12TWD
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member clayj
Views: 4

Long Description:
Roads approach the Boulder Mountain Repeater both from near Jefferson City to the north and from Boulder to the south. Both roads are dirt, and not well maintained. The building housing the repeater was built to withstand a nuclear blast aimed at Montana's capital city, Helena, roughly 40 miles to the north. Views from the repeater site are worth the visit as you look out over the Boulder Valley to the south or a mine and reservoir to the north.
Repeater Call Sign: WR7HLN

Output Frequency: 449.00

Input Frequency: 444.00

Input/Output Tone: A tone is required for input, but no tone is encoded on output.

Input Tone: 131.8

Output Power: 50.00

Antenna height (above average terrain): 6,160.00

Club Web Page: [Web Link]

Output Tone: Not listed

IRLP: Not Listed

IRLP Node ID: Not listed

Echolink: Not Listed

Echolink Node Number: Not listed

D-STAR: Not Listed

Visit Instructions:
Not ham operator: Obtain geographical proximity to repeater site and post relevant picture with log. CAUTION: Observe posted KEEP OUT signs to prevent exposure to high levels of RF emissions. Do not climb towers. Do not trespass. Ham operator: Complete a QSO on the repeater. Requirements: Your call, the other station's call, signal report from other station, your location relative to repeater (GPS coordinates, or bearing/distance), transmit power.
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