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These are located at:
- 146.82/146.22 MHz. - the two meter band
- 224.12/222.52 MHz. - the 220 MHz band
The two meter repeater requires a tone squelch signal(PL) of 103.5 for access. The Club does not operate a 440MHz repeater at this time.
These repeaters are open to all amateur radio operators and no donations are accepted towards their operation.
Note: Please do not join the club solely to support the repeater.
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The Mike & Key Amateur Radio Club has remained one of the most active and viable Radio Clubs in the Seattle area for over forty five years. We have a general club meeting every 3rd Saturday of the month. Check the Club Calendar for dates.
Within the Club there are groups that engage in Public Service, Contesting, DX, VHF/UHF, SSB, CW, Construction/Experimentation, Packet, and Traffic Handling. While the Club cannot be everything to everybody, it does provide a base of support for most radio interests.
Within the membership of the club are many of the prominent "doers" and "shakers" of Pacific Northwest Amateur Radio. Members are encouraged to be "active" in the Hobby, the Club, and the Community. The Mike & Key is considered a general regional club, many members are also members of more specific clubs or their local emergency services oriented club.
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