A MD380 TYT radio code plug developed by one Indianapolis Radio club member is a good starting point. Also available is the dual band TYT radio MDUV380 TYT radio code plug developed from radio club input. The Indianapolis area DMR repeater is back on the air in Indianapolis. These code plugs are not guaranteed to work but should and if errors are found please send them to the radio club. The contact manager software n0qsq.com/contact-manager worked well and was used to put contact files into these code plugs. The dmr repeaters host nets heard in the Indianapolis area on Monday and Tuesday nights. The Monday night DMR net is on the Crossroads (check in with the Brandmeister group) talk group (31189) at 8pm (Eastern Time). The Tuesday DMR night net is on the Indiana statewide talk group (3118) at 8pm (Eastern Time).
Central Indiana Repeater Association
The severe weather repeater is a
146.16/76 Yaesu Fusion machine (tone of 151.4 open repeater at present).
The antenna is located at 21st and Post Road in Indianapolis at a height of 340 feet and running 25 watts out of the duplexer.
For analog radios set the tone squelch to 151.4.
Also the association supports a 443.75 machine that is a fusion repeater with 100 Hertz tone. It also has a WiresX "Americas Room" connection.
Use the membership formto help support the repeater
Marion Co. Severe Weather Amateur NetsPRIMARY Frequency: 146.760 Rec. 146.160 Trans. (tone of 151.4 open repeater at present)
Backup Frequency: 146.700 Rec. 146.100 Trans.
70CM Frequency down-linked to 2M. 443.250 Rec. 448.250 Trans**requires100.0 Hz tone to down link.
IPL Radio CLub repeater W9IPLThis repeater is the State RACES and WW2IND USS Indianapolis Memorial Station talk in repeater.
The 146.07/67 Repeater is a Yaesu Fusion machine (tone of 88.5 open repeater at present)
The antenna is at 4190 South Harding Street at 380 feet running 25 watts out of the duplexer.
For analog radios set the tone squelch to 88.5.
WW2IND USS INDIANAPOLIS (CA-35) AMATEUR RADIO STATION
WW2IND station location is the Indiana War Memorial 55E Michigan St,Indianapolis, IN, 46204 Lat/Long…N39degrees_46.4’-W86degrees_09.4’
QSL policy… Include your QSL card & SASE to WW2IND, 6041 Copeland Ct., Indpls. IN 46221-4523
The USS Indianapolis (CA35) Amateur Radio Station welcomes anyone wishing to enjoy the pleasures and benefits of an association of persons commonly interested in World Museum Ships on the air event participation, other Ships/Associated On the Air (OTA) events and Amateur Radio.
The purpose of the USS Indianapolis Amateur Radio Station (WW2IND) Club; shall be to further the exchange of information and cooperation between all interested in these goals and to Promote: the World Museum Ships on the air event participation, while continuing support of the USS Indianapolis Survivors association, the Indianapolis World War memorial, and the USS Indianapolis (CA-35) exhibits.
CA-35 Museum ship operations are conducted from the U.S.S. Indianapolis Memorial station, located in the Indiana War Memorial museum downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.
The outdoor monument, which can be viewed anytime, was designated a National Memorial by an act of Congress in 1995.
Indianapolis Memorial station operates during Museum Ships during 1st Weekend June each year on Amateur radio frequencies.
Sponsoring local groups: The local Indianapolis area amateur radio operators, and Indianapolis Radio Club,
For more information, follow these links Indiana War Memorial and Museum Ships Weekend