To support operations VECTOR makes use of repeaters (duplex) and simplex frequencies. For a full list of operational frequencies visit frequencies and take note in particular of Channels 1 through 12.
In the event of an emergency
Should an emergency situation result in widespread disruption of normal telephone communications services we recommend:
- In all cases be sure that you and those around you are safe and are looked after.
- VECTOR members will refer to the VECTOR Emergency Activation Guide for detailed instructions.
- All local radio amateurs are encouraged to:
- Check in to the radio net on our primary repeater
- If our primary repeater is not functioning, listen for instructions to be broadcast on the output frequency of the repeater.
The current VECTOR primary operations repeater is found on channel 2: VE7TEL VHF 145.170 MHz input -600 kHz.
VECTOR & Partner Repeaters
|1||VE7RVF ||145.450||-0.600||144.850||100.0||VECTOR||Permanent location TBA|
|2||VE7TEL ||145.170||-0.600||144.570||TPARC||Boundary & Kingsway|
|201||VE7RVK||224.640||-1.600||223.040||VECTOR||Vancouver - Cambie area|
|202||VE7RVX||224.820||-1.600||223.220||VECTOR||Operational in 2018|
|401||VE7RVU||443.725||5.000||448.725||88.5||VECTOR||Vancouver - downtown|
- Later in 2017 VECTOR’s VHF repeater VE7RVF will be relocated to a higher altitude site that should provide solid coverage of Vancouver and the surrounding communities. Until that time VE7RVF operates at a relatively low-altitude site and is occasionally used as a portable repeater for special events.
- VE7TEL is operated by the Telephone Pioneers Amateur Radio Club (TPARC). VECTOR is grateful to TPARC for the use of this repeater.
- VE7RVX will not be operational until construction of Firehall #5 is completed in 2018.