NOTE: Both repeaters no longer have a “Courtesy Beep” that indicated that the transmitting station has un-keyed. Users should not begin transmitting until they are sure the repeater has stopped transmitting before keying up. Failure to wait will cause the repeater to “Time Out” or shut down to protect the equipment.
REMEMBER – LISTEN FOR THE REPEATER TO STOP TRANSMITTING BEFORE KEYING UP!
ICARC operates two repeaters on the 2 meter band. The north end repeater is located at the west side of Coupeville and has an output on 146.86MHz. PL 127.3
The south end repeater is located south of SR525 near Cultus Bay Road. It operates on a frequency of 147.22MHz, PL 127.3
The repeaters are currently linked providing coverage from northern Whidbey Island to the southern reaches of the island and surrounding areas. Check coverage maps here.
North End 146.86 (Tone 127.3)
NEW Fusion repeater operating normally on utility power, with battery back-up operational
South End 147.22 (Tone 127.3)
NEW Fusion repeater operating normally on utility power, generator back-up operational
CURRENTLY OFF-LINE FOR ADJUSTMENTS