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Can you tell if you are hitting a repeater ???


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Thanks for all the info. Thinking maybe this repeater is no longer in service :(

It's not super-uncommon, unfortunately.

 

There's one that I'd love to use adjacent to the local university, but the owner's not logged in here in five years, and his license has lapsed.  D:

 

It's still listed in the database here, though, but the comments make it abundantly clear that it's an ex-repeater.

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