Fremont Peak Repeater Association 

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VHF repeater status: 145.470 repeater operating with intermittant broken antenna connector noise.
UHF repeater status: 441.450 repeater operating normally.

The Fremont Peak Repeater 

clock was reset today (6/7/2019) 

to the correct time.

FPRA Board member, Bob Perry, K6GDI, became a SK.

On Thursday evening, February 14, 2019, Bob Perry, K6GDI, became a SK (Silent Key) from complications to Congestive Heart Failure. Bob was a patient at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Gatos when he passed.  Bob was with his family members when he peacefully slipped away.  Bob was a long time member of the FPRA and was our Technical Committee manager.  Bob was very involved with the construction and servicing of our repeaters on Fremont Peak where he worked for many years as the Transmitter Engineer for KSBW TV.  Bob will be greatly missed.

If you would like to recommend someone to replace Bob Perry on the FPRA board then please send an email stating the person's name, call sign and qualifications to Bob Wiser. Click HERE to send him a message.

The Fremont Peak Repeater Association 

was established in 1977 on the 2 meter band and the repeater site is located between Salinas and San Juan Bautista, CA.near the crest of Fremont Peak. 

Fremont Peak is a summit in the Gabilan Mountain Range, one of the mountain ranges paralleling  California's central coast. To see a satellite view of the repeater site click HERE.

Repeater Frequencies

2 meter:   145.470 -600, PL = 94.8

70 cm:     441.450 +, PL = 123.0

  APRS:     144.390 (K6JE-3 DIGI)

    Green = coverage area     Yellow = shadow area

The VHF and UHF voice repeater coverage ranges to the west to the Monterey Bay area, to the north to Santa Cruz and Hwy-101 areas, to the east to Pacheco Pass and into portions of the Sierra Mountain Range, and to the south, deep into the Salinas Valley to King City area and beyond.