Timber Repeaters Bands:2m,70cm 11-26-2014 The Timber site is a high elevation site in Oregon's coast range.  The Timber site provides good coverage over the north end of the Willamette Valley on three bands.    2m coverage extends along the Oregon coast from the Columbia River to just north of Lincoln City. The site has emergency power. 6m       -   52.850 MHz  -1.700 offset  input tone  107.2Hz     output tone 107.2  Hz    -     callsign  KR7IS 2m       -   145.27 MHz  -0.600 offset  input tone  107.2Hz    -   callsign  KJ7IY /R 70cm   -  441.825MHZ  +5.00 offset  input tone  107.2Hz - callsign  KJ7IY /R The 2m and 70cm repeaters all can access the WORC autopatch as well as the WORC EchoLink Node# 82962 and IRLP Node # 3881 The 2m and 70cm repeaters can be linked to each other and to the rest of the Western Oregon Radio Club System. The configuration of the linked system can be changed by users utilizing  DTMF control codes. The 70cm repeater is normally connected to the WORC local trunk to provide wide coverage on the UHF linked system. The 2m and 70cm repeaters may be connected to the Evergreen Intertie System by users utilizing  DTMF control codes. The 70cm is normally connected to the WORC local trunk to provide wide coverage on the UHF linked system. The 6m repeater  is not linked to the other Timber repeaters or to the WORC trunk. It can be linked as needed using DTMF control codes. This picture was taken during installation of the 2m multi bay folded dipole antenna.