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ABOUT THE MEGA-LINK REPEATER SYSTEM

 

Provided and maintained as a public service by (WA5IHL) Paul Choc and associates; conceived in late 1992 with the first link from Sandia Crest to Mesa Rica in 1993 and expanding ever since. The Mega-Link repeater network covers a major portion of the State of New Mexico as well as portions of six surrounding states. As of the date of this paper, it consists of 38 repeaters. The repeaters are “hard-linked”, so that a contact made with one of the repeaters is heard on all 38 repeaters in the system. One should wait before speaking approximately 2 to 3 seconds from the time you push the mic button. This gives the system the time it needs to link all machines. The Mega-Link is essentially one repeater with a huge area of coverage. The Mega-Link provides the Upper Rio FM Society, Inc. access to the system for the Upper Rio phone-patch facility. (Full Members Only) It also allows them to link the Mega-Link to URFMSI repeaters and vice versa.

 

Paul Choc is President of SPECIALTY COMMUNICATIONS in Albuquerque, NM

NEW CHANGES:

The NM Mega-Link is undergoing upgrades to its repeaters.  The older GE Mobiles that were modified into repeaters are being replaced with Kenwood commercially made repeaters.  Expect interruptions in communications from time to time. 

STATUS OF OPERATIONS: New Repeater added to La Mosca Peak. Sierra Grande, Ft. Sumner and Dark Canyon are off line.

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June 2015

 

Following is a current list of the Mega-Link repeaters.

 

 

Northern New Mexico

  Elev.

  Freq.

Tone

Operational Status

Elk Mountain (N of Pecos)

11,600

147.260+

  67

 

Eureka Mesa (E of Cuba)

  9,667

147.240+

  67

 

Harris Mesa (SE of Bloomfield)

  6,949

147.280+

  67

 

Iron Mountain (NE of Eagle Nest)

11,732

444.350+

100

 

San Antonio Mountain (N of Tres Piedras)

10,908

147.220+

100

 

Sierra Grande (E of Raton)

  8,720

147.280+

100

Off Line

Taos Ski Valley (NE of Taos)

11,900

147.140+

  67

 

Turkey Mountain (W of Wagon Mound)

  8,480

147.200+

  67

 

 

 

 

 

 

Central New Mexico

  Elev.

  Freq.

Tone

Operational Status

Cedro Peak (SE of Tijeras)

  7,767

147.340+

  67

 

Clovis (Downtown)

  4,295

442.525+

  67

 

Ft. Sumner (W of Fort Sumner)

  4,580

147.140+

100

Off Line

Gallinas Lookout (W of Corona)

  8,730

147.280+

100

 

La Mosca (NE of Grants)

10,991

444.800+

  67

 

Melrose (W of Clovis)

  4,560

147.280+

  67

 

Mesa Rica (S of Conchas Dam Lake)

  5,390

147.360+

100

 

Microwave Ridge (E of Grants)

  9,332

146.660-

100

 

Sandia Crest (East of Albuquerque)

10,680

145.290-

100

 

Sandia Crest (East of Albuquerque)

10,680

444.325+

100

 

Tucumcari Mountain (S of Tucumcari)

  4,975

147.220+

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

Southern New Mexico

  Elev.

  Freq.

Tone

Operational Status

Caballo (SE of Truth or Consequences)

  7,550

147.260+

100

 

Capitan Peak (NW of Roswell)

10,450

146.660-

  67

 

Cow Mountain (NW of Ruidoso)

  9,431

444.375+

  67

 

Dark Canyon (SE of Queen)

  6,950

449.275-

  67

Off Line

Las Cruces (E of Las Cruces)

  5,270

147.180+

100

 

Little Florida Mountain (SE of Deming)

  5,260

147.020+

100

 

Long Ridge (E of Alamogordo)

  7,782

145.350-

  67

 

“M” Mountain (W of Socorro)

  7,201

147.240+

100

 

Maljamar (NW of Hobbs)

  4,300

147.140+

  67

 

Roswell (E of Roswell)

  3,971

147.260+

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

Western New Mexico

  Elev.

  Freq.

Tone

Operational Status

Davenport Lookout (N of Datil)

  9,300

147.040+

100

 

Deza Bluff (N of Gallup)

  9,000

147.220+

  67

 

Frisco Divide (WNW of Reserve)

  8,419

147.360+

  67

 

Jacks Peak (NE of Lordsburg)

  7,986

145.170-

100

 

Luera Mountain (S of Datil)

  9,420

147.140+

100

 

Pinos Altos(N of Silver City)

  8,163

145.115-

  67

 

 

 

 

 

 

Western Texas           

  Elev.

  Freq.

Tone

Operational Status

Mt. Franklin (N of El Paso)

  5,470

147.200+

  67

 

North Park (NE of El Paso)

  3,950

442.250+

100

 

North Park (NE of El Paso)

  3,950

147.140+

  67

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gallanes Peak Tower is broken in half.  Do to storm around the 1st of December 2013.  Mega-link + several other agencies antennas have been restored to operation on remnants of the tower. 

               

 

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