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Adding Fusion/Wires X to Repeater CPWUSAF 3 weeks, 1 day ago
KA5PXE and KN6ILG did you get an answer? This might help. You would need a Fusion repeater, HRI200, and a computer running WiresX with internet at the repeater site. Or for a remote node an HRI200 connected to a Fusion HRI capable radio and a computer running WiresX connected to the internet. There are a couple of variations to this all explained on the Yaesu web site.
Bill
lots of static - new ham CARLMADSEN 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Running your antenna perpendicular to the power line may help some.
Bill
VHF/UHF FM Voice? dwmitchell61 on 22/12/20
In most areas analog FM is probably predominately the most popular but there may also repeaters using Digital FM modes such as DMR, Fusion and D-star. As Zak said check with your local clubs or search Google for repeaters in your area.

Bill - WA0CBW
ARRL Technical Coordinator -Kansas Section
Adding Fusion/Wires X to Repeater CPWUSAF on 19/12/20
Did you guys get some help? I am one of three guys that have about 20 repeaters linked by WiresX. Give me a call anytime 816-985-0960.
Bill - WA0CBW
ARRL Technical Coordinator - Kansas Section
[Solved] Need Help with open stub jpole antenna KE8PSV on 21/11/20
What results do you get if you put a dummy load at the antenna end of the coax?
Bill

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