Bay-Net

Amateur Radio Club & Repeater Network

Bay-Net

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WW6BAY

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WW6BAY D-Star Repeater - 444.075  +5 Mhz  

The Bay-Net D-Star repeater is located at the south bay site and provides excellent mobile coverage from San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley in the north to San Jose and Morgan Hill in the south bay.  


We have upgraded our system from a homebrew D-Star system, that worked great for over 4 years to an Icom D-STAR repeater and  controller..


Using The Repeater


To configure your D-Star radio set the following call sign settings.


UR     =  Destination call sign, typically CQCQCQ

RPT1  =  WW6BAY B

RPT2  =  WW6BAY G

MY     =  Your call sign


The repeater is normally connected to D-Star reflector 1C. This is the big international reflector where you will often hear stations from all over the world.


You can link the Bay-Net repeater to any repeater or reflector on the D-Star network.  When you are done, please return the system to reflector 1C.




Network Status Links


WW6BAY repeater status


Reflector 001 hub status


List all reflectors


NARCC D-Star repeater listing


D-Star Callsign “calculator”

New to D-Star?  Click here to get registered

WW6BAY FM / C4FM Digital Repeater - 444.425  +5 Mhz  

The Bay-Net FM / C4FM repeater is located at the south bay site and provides excellent mobile coverage from San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley in the north to San Jose and Morgan Hill in the south bay.  


We run our Yaesu DR1 dal mode repeater in automatic mode.  If you go into the repeater on analog FM you will come out in FM.  If you go in using C4FM digital mode, you will come out in digital mode.


This repeater is stand alone.  This means it is not connected to the rest of the Bay-Net repeater network.



Using The Repeater


When using the repeater in analog FM mode, make sure to set your PL encode AND decode to 127.3 Hz.