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Friday, July 7 2017 The Paola repeater on 442.475+ (151.4) has joined K-Link. This repeater provides coverage in portions of Northeast Kansas. Some cities served by the repeater include: Ottawa Louisburg Paola Osawatome Spring Hill Gardner Olathe Garnett The repeater Read more…


A new System Fusion repeater was installed at the Minneapolis site this weekend. This new repeater is on 444.900, digital only, and has Wires-X. Normally this node will be connected to the Kansas-City room but can be connected to any Read more…


The Ellsworth 444.775+ (162.2) repeater was upgraded to a new Yaesu DR-1X repeater today. This is the third DR-1X deployed on the K-Link network and the 22nd DR-1X in Kansas configured for digital use. This repeater is much more sensitive Read more…


9/29/2016 Update: The new Hillsboro repeater was installed and put on-air today. Chance N5NIQ and Justin NV8Q were on site to remove the old repeater and install the new one. The repeater is now a Yaesu DR-1X controlled by an S-Com 7330. Read more…


November 20, 2015 – The K-Link Repeater Network continues to grow in areas where tower space and equipment are available. Our newest repeater, which went on the air at 10am this morning, is located near Humboldt, Nebraska. Here are the specs: Read more…


K-Link is excited to announce the on-air status of another new repeater and IRLP node! The Stockton 146.790- (162.2) repeater serves Rooks county and fills in a nice area which was previously in the fringe area from the Hill City, Read more…


On Saturday, members of the Sandhills Amateur Radio Club were present for the installation of the new Scott City repeater, which is linked to K-Link full-time. Here are the details: Freq: 444.950 Offset: + CTCSS: 100.0 hz (encode and decode) Read more…


K-Link is excited to announce the on-air status of a completely new repeater in Topeka! Details: Frequency: 146.805- Access:  DCS 162 is preferred, or CTCSS 162.2 for older radios. IRLP Node: 7357 Antenna: DB224 at 500 feet, LDF7-50A heliax. Equipment: Read more…


UPDATE June 29, 2016: Text updated below. RLC-MOT and TS-64 boards have been removed and replaced with the Repeater Builder SC-50 board. The SC-50 board has a Motorola Micor squelch and an FX465 CTCSS decoder/high pass filter built-in. This simplifies Read more…


We’re excited to announce the addition of the Manhattan 147.255+ (88.5) repeater to K-Link!  The previous MAARS/WARN repeater was replaced today by a GE Mastr II and S-Com 7330 controller, equipped with a link to K-Link. Photo: The new repeater Read more…