The K6HP Fusion repeater has joined the CoCo Fusion Network, currently operating from Murphys, CA. He still has some antenna work to do but it’s on the air. Please welcome Ed to the CoCo Fusion Network. 73′
I have been asked “what’s CoCo Fusion all about?” So here is an attempt to answer this question…CoCo Fusion was built to bring C4FM Digital communication to the Contra Costa area. We are building a Network of repeaters, that are Digital Only with an added YSFReflector both numbered 80280. Some of our main repeaters are…
Hello All:I just got word from Peter, KG6MZV he ordered a Yaesu Fusion repeater, that he will operate from his home in Novato, CA.
Here is a plot:
Watch this Web Site for more information about this new repeater.73′TimK6BIV
The K6MDD Mt. Diablo Fusion Repeater is on the air from the top of Mt. Diablo. From an elevation of about 3700ft, the coverage of this Fusion Repeater is wonderful.
Check the “Fusion Repeaters” page for the specifics and coverage.
K6MDD Fusion Repeater
With input from the CoCo Fusion Team, we have chosen a new award winning logo. My thanks to our Marketing and Graphics Design Departments for this brilliant logo, showing the evolution from Analog to Digital.
There is a link, under the “Home” tab at the top of the HomePage, that makes it easy to join the CoCo Fusion Groups.IO. This system makes it easy to discuss all the great benefits of this Great Mode and System.
I was asked last night if the owners of the Contra Costa Fusion Network intend to allow analog audio to be part of our Network? The answer is NO, there are many analog repeaters throughout the Northern California area ready to be used and supported. Our plan is to provide a place for Yaesu Fusion…