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  1. Hello, New to the radio world. I messed with CB as a kid, ran a radar gun system in the navy, and maintained IT networks as a career I just retired from. Going to test for my HAM ticket as soon as I have consistently better scores on my test exams. Be that as it may, I'm located in the tip of the mitt of Michigan. The closest published GMRS repeater is 116 miles away, as the crow flies. I built a simplex node and joined a linked network. Its okay for what it is, but I really like the looks of this network. From what I can tell there is no way to connect to the myGMRS network without a) using an established repeater a) building a repeater (which is a non starter due to lack of expertise and cash!). Am I correct in my understanding that the only way I can connect to the myGMRS network is to travel to an established coverage area? thanks for listening. Pat
  2. New to GMRS. I am in search of GMRS repeater in the Klamath Basin area, Klamath Falls, Keno? All I see is old outdated information in the listings.
  3. Hello, I have a BridgeCom UHF repeater (GMRS). I’m looking for a tower where I can co-locate my repeater and antenna for a better coverage. Does anybody here from San Diego county? Thanks.
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