Lee Hill Site (Boulder)

The Lee Hill site is located 10 miles northwest of Boulder at an elevation of 8,010 feet. Repeaters at this site cover from Franktown to the south, the Wyoming border to the north, Ft. Morgan to the east and into the foothills to the west. Since this site is not as deep into the mountains, it gives better coverage along the foothills.


145.460 -- the 145.460 MHz (input -.600 MHz) W0CRA/R two-meter repeater provides handheld coverage to the Boulder/Longmont area. The 145.460 repeater is linked to the 147.225 System (147.225 and 224.980 Conifer Mountain and 145.160 Cheyenne Mountain) repeater. The main club autopatch can be accessed through the link, and phone numbers in Denver and Colorado Springs can be called.

The link to the 147.225 can be temporarily disconnected if desired. To control the link between the repeaters, enter the following commands on the 145.460 repeater: enter 11* to link the repeaters and 10* to delink the repeaters. If you forget to re-link the repeaters, the link will turn itself back on in a few minutes. These link commands (11* and 10*) are public for use by all amateurs -- feel free to give them to any amateur.

The repeater requires a CTCSS tone of 107.2 Hz for access. The repeater transmits a CTCSS tone of 107.2 Hz. You can program your radio to only receive signals with the tone to prevent reception of noise and intermod.

The repeater is comprised of a General Electric Master II repeater, an S-COM 7K controller, a Decibel Products duplexer, and a 9-db antenna mounted 50-feet up a tower with a directional pattern aimed east.


447.975 -- the 447.975 MHz (input -5.000 MHz) W0CRA/R 70-centimeter (UHF) repeater provides handheld UHF coverage to the Boulder/Longmont area. This repeater does not have an autopatch.

The repeater requires a CTCSS tone of 107.2 Hz for access. The repeater transmits a CTCSS tone of 107.2 Hz. You can program your radio to only receive signals with the tone to prevent reception of noise and intermod.

This repeater is comprised of a General Electric Master II repeater, S-COM 7K controller, a Decibel Products duplexer and a 6-db antenna mounted 50-feet up a tower with a directional pattern aimed east.


Last Modified: 2 September 2005, Nate Duehr, WY0X

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