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PAPA System Receives Equipment Grant from ARDC

The PAPA System is pleased to announce that it was recently awarded a grant from Amateur RadioDigital Communications in the amount of $157,425. This grant…

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PAPA System Expansion: Viva Las Vegas!

PAPA 29: Low Potosi 448.400- 127.3 Hz Encode PL / 141.3 Hz Optional Decode PL PAPA is proud to announce analog service to the Las…

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17-OCT-2021: DMR Back Online

The effort to update all of the PAPA System DMR repeaters to conform with the new BrandMeister network security protocols came to a close last…

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18-SEP-2021: DMR and D-STAR

The impact of COVID slowed trips to the mountaintop repeater sites over the last 8 months, but things are slowly getting back to the new…

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25FEB2021: A Trip To Otay

New 70cm and 220 repeaters for Otay

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27-SEP-2020 Toro Antenna and Microwave

Today was a monumental day in PAPA repeater history. With lots of hard work, and after weeks of planning, the ailing repeater antenna system was…

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02-SEP-2020 Network Updates

You may recall from the article titled Mountain Top Madness, that the PAPA site at Toro Peak suffered multiple equipment failures due to a lighting…

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01-SEP-2020 – Palomar

Palomar Mtn. Site The past two weeks have been focused on our Palomar Mountain site. In advance of the installation of a Motorola MTR-2000 repeater…

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22-AUG-2020 – Mt Woodson

On Saturday, 22AUG20, members of the PAPASYS TECHTEAM visited the repeater site at Mt. Woodson above Poway in San Diego County. The main purpose of…

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12-AUG-2020 – Saddle Peak

On Wednesday 12AUG20, members of the PAPASYS TECHTEAM visited Saddle Peak (P4) to install a Motorola MTR-2000 in place of the aging legacy repeater. This…

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