444.600 Mhz       N6NMZ
Auburn, CA       PL 192.8hz       +5mhz Offset

Auburn 444.600 Repeater The N6NMZ repeater is open to all licensed amateur radio operators and is located at 1,200 feet in the Sierra Foothills near Auburn, California. Coverage extends from Stockton in the south to Cottonwood in the north. West as far as Fairfield and east to Donner Summit.

The repeater consists of a modified GE MVP mobile radio, ACC RC-85 controller, Astron RM-35M power supply with back-up power provided by two sealed gell batteries on a La Marche charger, Mirage 80 watt repeater amp, Angle Linear preamp, and a Celewave BPBR duplexer. There is also a 10" Telewave bandpass cavity on the receiver. The antenna is a Phelps Dodge Super Station Master fed with a 45' run of 7/8" Andrews Heliax.

The repeater is also equipped with an ACC FC-900 remote base interface with Icom band units for 10-meters, 6-meters, 2-meters, 220mhz, 440mhz and 1280mhz bands. There are low-pass filters on the 10 and 6-meter remotes and DCI bandpass filters on the 2-meter, 220 and 440mhz remotes. The repeater is also equipped with an autopatch.