N8UKF Repeater Group
  Wires-X Room: 21335  FCS Reflector 4 - Room 034
You must use DG-ID TX-35 and RX-00 to access our digital systems.  Instructions on how to set this are on our Link page. All Repeaters, links and interfaces are operational.           

Views from Downtown Muskegon Rooftops

N8UKF Repeater Group

This loosely organized bunch of Hams have worked on many iterations of the 147.380, 442.300, 443.200 repeaters and the homebrew digital D-star repeater that had been on the air in the Muskegon area. 

Our Purpose

We all work to provide the needed infrastructure that may be required of local radio operators and emergency services groups in our area.  We never know when these services may be required.  Our groups repeaters will help serve those needs in case of an emergency or for the numerous community events and emergency drills local hams participate in. But after all this is our hobby as well and we strive to provide support for the latest emerging technologies so those interested can hone their skills.  We were the first Yaesu System Fusion repeater in the state of Michigan and hope to continue this type of groundbreaking activity in the future.
N8UKF Repeater Group Muskegon, Michigan

LST 393

One of the few remaining LST Landing crafts of World War II still afloat, the ship has been restored and is open for tours right here in Muskegon Mi.  A sight you should not miss! 
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