QST QST – The Bastrop ARES folks have graciously allowed us to connect our Echolink to their repeater network until we can get our repeater back on line. The Echolink is using the ARES 145.430 (+) Flag Hill repeater which is linked to the ARES VHF and UHF repeater network. For a list of the ARES repeaters and frequencies, please visit the ARES website at: http://bastropares.org/ and consider joining or donating to a very worthwhile organization.
The offset for that repeater is (-). RX 145.43 / TX 144.83, with a 114.8 PL
–Adam, W5ESS, Assistant Emergency Coordinator, Bastrop ARES