The 146.850 Mhz repeater resides at the top Sunlight Peak south of Glenwood Springs. The repeater provides coverage throughout the Roaring Fork Valley, Glenwood Canyon, East and West on I-70, and the Flattops Wilderness north of Glenwood.
The repeater is a GE Mastr II and the link radio is a GE Custom MVP. Repeater controller is a LinkComm RLC-1 and duplexer is a four can Wacom. Repeater antenna is a 7/8 Comet and link antenna is a 3 element Yagi.
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|Connection equipment on the bottom shelf to the left.||Tracy (KØDOE) and Kris (KØELK) outside the building atop Sunlight Peak||Kris (KØELK), with the GE MVP link radio removed and ready to take for repairs.||Snowmobiles needed to get Fred (KØVK), Tracy (KØDOE), and Kris (KØELK) to the repeater site for mid-winter repairs.|
|Fred (KØVK) at the Sunlight repeater site, January 29, 1999.||Three dimensional map of Sunlight Peak and the surrounding area.||Approximate coverage area of the Glenwood Springs repeater.|