MMI Technical Resource
   Updated 21 December 2003 Arizona Repeater Association Repeaters   
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    145.170 (-) 100.0 W1OQ Portable Public Service Events
    146.640 (-) 162.2 W7ARA Bank One, Phoenix Autopatch
    146.680 (-) 162.2 K7LKL Smith Pk, Aguila Linked: "Calzona"
    146.760 (-) 162.2 WA7ZZT Scottsdale Airport  
    146.920 (-) 162.2 W7MDY Mt Ord, Sunflower Linked: 147.240
    146.940 (-) 162.2 W7EX White Tank Mtns User Linked: "Calzona"
    146.980 (-) 162.2 W7ARA Mt Elden, Flagstaff Autopatch
    147.100 (+)   W7EX White Tank Mtns Digital Modes Only
    147.140 (+) 162.2 W7ARA Mt Elden, Flagstaff Linked: "Rimlink"
    147.200 (+) 110.9 W7ARA Pinal Mtn, Globe  
    147.240 (+) 162.2 W7FVZ Shaw Bt, Phoenix Autopatch
    147.360 (+) 162.2 W7MDY Mt Ord, Sunflower Linked: "Rimlink"
    224.680 (-) 156.7 W7ARA Bank Of Am, Mesa Autopatch
    224.900 (-) 156.7 W7FVZ Shaw Bt, Phoenix Autopatch
    443.775 (+) 100.0 W7ARA Smith Pk, Aguila Linked: "Northlink" ****
    441.625 (+) 100.0 WA7ZZT Scottsdale Airport  
    441.725 (+) 100.0 W7EX White Tank Mtns Linked: "Calzona"
    442.850 (+) 100.0 WB7EVI Shaw Bt, Phoenix  
    444.300 (+) 100.0 W7ARA Bank One, Phoenix IRLP Node 7620***
    444.500 (+) 100.0 W7MDY Mt Ord, Sunflower Linked: "Northlink" ****
    448.475 (-) 100.0 W7ARA Mt Elden, Flagstaff  
    448.875 (-) 100.0 W7ARA Mt Elden, Flagstaff Linked: "Northlink" ****
    449.525 (-) 100.0 W7FVZ Shaw Bt, Phoenix Linked: 224.900
    449.625 (-) 100.0 W7ARA Bank of Am, Mesa Linked: 224.680
    ***Click here for ARA IRLP Node 7620 & 7630 operating procedures.
    ****Northlink is now IRLP Node 7630. Click here for operating procedures.


    User Features
    *xxx-xxx-xxxx...Autopatch up
    #...Autopatch down
    80...Time and Day
    81...Inside temperature
    82...Outside temperature
    83...Repeater temperature
    85...Disable DTMF muting for 30 seconds
    91...High/Low indoor temperature since midnight
    92...High/Low outdoor temperature since midnight
    93...High/Low repeater temperature since midnight
    5* + ANY KEY...Keypad test
    ##171...146.94 Calzona Link up
    ##172...146.94 Calzona Link down

    Emergency 911 Procedures
    All emergencies, regardless of the problem should be directed to the 911 operator. Press and hold PTT, key 911 (no * needed); continue holding the PTT for about a second after releasing the last digit, then un-key the mic. You will hear the "autopatch" announcement. When the operator answers, speak slowly and clearly, and tell them what service you require (i.e. Phoenix PD, DPS, Tempe Fire, etc.). If you do not know which service is needed, indicate the type of problem and the location. The operator will connect you with the correct agency. At that time, slowly, clearly and briefly state the problem, starting with the location, injuries if any, followed by the type of problem. When/if the operator asks for your name, give it to them, and indicate that you are an amateur radio operator on a phone patch. When finished, press and hold PTT, give your callsign, press #, continue holding PTT for a second, then un-key the mic.

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