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Local frequencies, EchoLink, Beacon and VHF repeaters in TF.


1. Local frequencies

HF

  • The Icelandic net (only some weekends) is on 14.330 MHz at 12:00 UTC
  • The monitoring frequency on 80 meters for local traffic is 3637 kHz

VHF / UHF

  • The VHF simplex calling freq. in Iceland is : 145.500 MHz
  • The UHF simplex calling freq. in Iceland is : 433.500 MHz

Condition: In good working order on February 11, 2013.

An Echolink connection is operated by TF3GW in Reykjavik. Anybody with a valid license to operate amateur radio in Iceland is permitted to use the Echolink´s connection.

  • The connection is on 145.325 MHz.
  • Node number is 283634

3. Beacons

TF1SIX

Condition: September 6th 2015; NOT WORKING UNDER REPAIR (thumbs up)

Frequency: 50.057 MHz
Transmitter: TF3SIX QTH Rjúpnahæð, Langholtsfjall mountain in south Iceland.
QSA: 15W ERP
Locator: HP94SC
Position: 64°05'45"N - 20°25'03"W
QTH: Rjúpnahæð, Langholtsfjall, South Iceland

TF3VVV

Condition: February 11, 2013; not QRV

Frequency: 144.460 MHz
Transmitter: TF3VVV
QTH HP94GF
QSA: 25W
Locator: HP94GF
Position: 63°58"35N - 21°38"06W
QTH: Skalafell, 760 meters high mountain NE of Reykjavik

 


4. Repeaters

Several repeaters are operated in Iceland and one beacon. Anyone with a valid license to operate amateur radio in Iceland is permitted to use the repeaters. Below is a list of the repeaters along with a propagation map.

  • Red color denotes signal strength > 10µV,
  • yellow 5 - 10µV,
  • green 2,5 - 5uV,
  • blue 1,25 - 2,5µV,
  • violet 0,6125 - 1,25µV,
  • light violet 0,3 - 0,6125µV.

Red or yellow areas should be usable with a 2W handheld and a rubber duck antenna.

 

TF3RPA (Pétur)

145.000 MHz RX / 145.600 MHz TX QSA: 18 W.
Locator: HP94GF
Position: 64°14"20N - 21°27"53W
QTH: Skalafell, 760 meters high mountain NE of Reykjavik

Condition of Repeater:

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February 11, 2013; In good working order with CW ID (thumbs up)

 

TF1RPB (Páll)

145.050 MHz RX / 145.650 MHz TX QSA: 25 W.
Locator: HP93EX
Position: 63°58"35N - 21°38"06W
QTH: Blafjoll, 690 meters high mountain S of Reykjavik

Condition of Repeater:

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February 15, 2013; In excellent working order with CW ID (thumbs up)(thumbs up)
This repeater uses CTCSS tone access at 88,5 Hz
Note change of frequencies as of February 14, 2013 (see above).

 

TF3RPC (Einar)

145.175 MHz RX / 145.775 MHz TX QSA: 25 W.
Locator: HP94BD
Position: 64°07"31N - 21°52"59W
QTH: Reykjavik, height 48 meters ASL

Condition of Repeater:

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February 14, 2013; QRT at least until late April 2013 due to construction at site.

 

TF5RPD (Tóti)

145.025 MHz RX / 145.625 MHz TX QSA: 25 W.
Locator: IP05XR.
Position: 65°43"49N - 18°00"26W
QTH: Vadlaheidi, 550 meters high mountain NE of Akureyri

Condition of Repeater:

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March 1, 2013 In excellent working order with CW ID (thumbs up)(thumbs up)

 

TF1RPE(Búri)

145.100 MHz RX / 145.700 MHz TX QSA: 30 W.
Locator: IP04CB.
Position: 64°04"30N - 19°49"19W
QTH: Burfell, 546 meters high mountain (near mt. Hekla) in South Iceland
February 11, 2013;signal is weak (damaged antenna) (currently w/o CW ID)

 

 

 

TF8RPH (Garri)

145.125 MHz RX / 145.725 MHz TX QSA: 25W
A new repeater installed on April 21, 2012.
Not QRV on February 11, 2013.

Condition of Repeater:

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