NI4CE Repeater Map & Frequencies
All transmissions on the NI4CE Repeater System are recorded and will be made available to assist with any enforcement actions by the FCC or other appropriate authorities. We ask all users to observe CFR47: Part 97 rules when using the NI4CE system. Information regarding interference or disruptive transmissions can be sent via email to NI4CE Trustee firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Also known as “Big Stick”, NI4CE is West Central Florida’s regional VHF/UHF Amateur Radio communications connection. NI4CE covers all or parts of twelve different counties and provides seamless coverage along the areas I-75 and I-4 corridors. All sites are linked. WCFG operates two parallel, repeaters systems – the original analog linked repeater system and the newest NXDN digital linked repeater system. The analog repeater system locations and coverage map are shown below.
NI4CE Analog Repeater Map
- The inner yellow circle is 5-watt handheld HT coverage inside a building. Your results may vary.
- The outer circle is 50-watt mobile coverage.
All repeaters require a PL tone of 100hz to access the system. Also, see our NXDN repeaters on the NXDN Digital Communications page under NXDN navigation tab.
Please pause a moment between keying and talking. It takes about 1/2 a second for the system to completely get all the transmitters up and running and for others listening with tone squelch on their radio to decode the tone and open squelch.
Why 70-centimeters in so many locations? Here’s an explanation.
We also operate several APRS Digipeaters and APRS weather stations in our network!
NI4CE-10 Verna (Manatee County) APRS Weather Station and Digipeater
NI4CE-11 Riverview (Hillsborough County) APRS Weather Station (ground level)
NI4CE-12 Riverview (Hillsborough Count) APRS Wide Area Digipeater and Weather Station (weather station currently off the air) (805 feet AGL)
NI4CE-13 Oldsmar (NE Pinellas County) APRS Weather Station (weather station currently off the air)
NI4CE-14 Holiday (Pasco County) APRS Weather Station and Digipeater
NI4CE-15 Lake Placid (Highlands County) APRS Weather Station and Digipeater (weather station currently off the air)
All digipeaters support the WIDE N-N protocol.
NI4CE-14 APRS Weather Station and Digipeater at Holiday
NI4CE is open for use by all licensed Amateur Radio operators. All users of the system are asked to observe Amateur Radio Code and all FCC Part 97 rules. Only voice (phone) transmissions are permitted in English on the system.