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The combined repeater coverage map had an erroneous repeater site showing up near Cheyenne.  Oops, not so.  The map has been fixed.

The Kremmling site is back up!  Thanks to Dave, (KA0YDQ) for the site visit and Doug (K2AD) for preparing the equipment for the trip.

The Colorado Spring 130 machine is back up!  Thanks to Doug (K2AD) and Mark (N7CTM) for their work today.  The issue was confirmed to be a failed power amplifier.  While up there some power distribution issues were also identified and at least partially remedied with another trip planned for more permanent fixes.

The Colorado Spring 130 machine is down.  The problem has been isolated to a failed power amp. Hopefully will be back up in a few days once we can organize a repair crew trip.

The 310 Machine is back on its primary full performance antenna.  Full extended coverage has been restored.

A clarification on the 310 machine, the repair involved using a backup antenna that isn’t as high performing as the primary antenna.  Users at extended distances will notice a decrease in transmit signal received.  This will likely be the case until we can get back to the site in the spring.

310 Machine is back up!  Diagnosis was on target, the main antenna had suffered a mechanical failure.  U-bolts holding it in place had been broken.

310 Machine is down.  High wind destroyed the antenna.  A repair trip will be attempted Feb 9th.

A new net!  The Colorado Emergency Reporting Net.  Meets each evening at 6:30pm local time. Purpose is to gather and coordinate volunteers to be monitoring the Colorado Connection for emergency traffic. Volunteers sign up for a particular hour and are available to handle emergency traffic should it occur.