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UHF CB Repeater list for Tasmania

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Channel 1

Status  Callsign    Main City/Town Serviced (Site Description)
Operational
17/04/2008
FLI01 Flinders Island
(Ericsson Site Walkers Lookout FLINDERS ISLAND TAS 7255)
Map NR
Operational
26/08/2012
SET01 Bruny Island, Tasmania
(Fire Tower MT FAULKNER TAS 7140)
Map NR

Channel 2

Status  Callsign    Main City/Town Serviced (Site Description)
Operational
14/11/2005
HUO02 Huon Valley
(Tas Fire Service Site HERRINGBACK TAS 7150)
Map NR

Channel 3

Status  Callsign    Main City/Town Serviced (Site Description)
Operational
25/02/2006
DWT08 Upper Derwent Valley
(Tasmanian Ambulance Service Site BRADYS SUGARLOAF TAS 7140)
Map NR
Operational
01/06/2003
NEC03 Avoca (SE Area)
(Amateur Repeater Site Legges Tor BEN LOMOND TAS 7212)
Map NR

Channel 6

Status  Callsign    Main City/Town Serviced (Site Description)
Operational
01/06/2003
REC06 Swansea (Far Eastern Area)
(Southern Peak (CBRS site) MT PAUL TAS 7215)
Map NR
Operational
01/06/2003
VJA6 Derwent Valley
(Fletcher Challenge Site MT LLOYD TAS 7140)
Map NR

Channel 7

Status  Callsign    Main City/Town Serviced (Site Description)
Operational
25/01/2005
CHT07 Shannon
(Central Highlands Shack Owners Association Site BARREN TIER TAS 7030)
Map NR
Operational
01/06/2003
TNE07 North East Tasmania Scottsdale to Weldbourough to Rushy Lagoon
(Repeater Association Site MT VICTORIA TAS 7263)
Map NR
This data was last updated on 2019-07-31 20:35:52.

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