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Neilton Peak

Grays Harbor County, WA
47.387716, -123.860765
2100 Feet
Call: W7EOC

444.700  +5MHz  118.8Hz


Nielton UHF Repeater



Neilton Packet Station


As of 08/09/14 the Neilton
repeater is operational.
See Maintenance Log
for details.

Location: Neilton Peak is in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains just above the town of Neilton, WA. It overlooks Lake Quinault and has a clear view from northwest through west to south at western Grays Harbor County.

Coverage: The Neilton repeater covers Highway 101 and the coastal plain west of the Olympics from the Grays Harbor County line at the north, to Ocean Shores and almost to Hoquiam on the south. Click here for an alternate Neilton site plot.

Part of the
BeachNet system, this repeater serves those traveling on Highway 101 north of Hoquiam and adjacent areas along the coast, while within Grays Harbor County. It also provides Emergency Communications for those living in this sparsely populated area.

During an emergency, this repeater will probably be connected to the Minot repeater, as will the Cosmopolis and possibly the Olympia repeaters, to allow communications within Grays Harbor County. This repeater is directly accessible from the Grays Harbor EOC in Montesano.

Hardware: The repeater consists of a GE Mastr-II 110-watt continuous duty base station (running 80-watts) with a CAT-200B controller. The duplexer is a Sinclair BpBr 4-cavity type feeding a dual band antenna through 30 feet of LMR-400 half-inch coax. This antenna is shared with the packet station. The packet station includes a bandpass cavity. There is a UHF GE Rangr mobile link transceiver with a DCI-filter feeding a yagi antenna. Power for the station is taken from the main station battery which backs-up the entire site, with generator power available should the mains power fail.

Packet Radio: The "NEILTN" packet radio node is located on this site. This is part of the 145.630 MHz 1200-Baud Washington District Three EOC Packet Network. The packet station is owned by N7UJK as part of the Grays Harbor Auxiliary Emergency Communications system.

Web Cams: for a look at the road conditions on Hwy 101, north of Hoquiam, within the coverage footprint of the Neilton repeater, Click Here for the WSDOT traffic cam near State Camp Hill on US-101 at MP 100.5. or Click Here for the WSDOT traffic cam near Queets, WA, SR 101 at MP 151.7, near the northern limit of Neilton's coverage.

 

 

 

 




 

145.170 |  145.310 |  145.390 |  147.020 |  147.180 |  147.340 |  224.040 |  224.820 |  440.675 |  441.675 |  442.675 |  444.050 |  444.200 |  444.400 |  444.500 |  444.700 |  444.800 |  444.925 |  444.950
 

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