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Kenwood & ICOM Mountaintop Repeaters

Mountaintop ICOM FR5000 Repeater - Buy Direct from Timberline Radio Systems Ltd. Repeaters and Fixed station repeaters provide a stable platform for long term, long distance coverage using higher than normal power output and fixed station antennas that are usually mounted on a tower, or atop a building. Most common mountaintop repeaters operate from a stationary power generator, or solar power, as the case may be. In most instances, mountaintop sites are built in communications shelters, or shipping containers to protect the equipment from the elements.  In this case, the station is located inside a Communications Shelter, otherwise known as a Comm Shell

Sinclair Duplexers Sinclair RF Equipment
 

 

Duplexer Tuning ServicesBuy Sinclair Duplexers

We service & Sell Sinclair RF products, including duplexers, combiners, antennas and custom test equipment.

We custom tune many different types of duplexers, both in our Canadian lab, as well as onsite, anywhere in the world...literally.
Whether your site is located on a mountain in the Andes, or in Colorado, we provide custom services to meet your needs.

Portable Search & Rescue SAR VHF Radio Repeaters
VHF/UHF Portable Repeaters
 

Built Solid - Water-Proof - Minimal Battery Drain 
15 Watts RF - Tunable to any VHF Pair of 4.5-10Mhz
Quick & Simple Setup Anywhere That's Required

Portable Search & Rescue VHF Repeater
When your life and the lives of others depends on your communications, why compromise?

The TRP-8000 Search & Rescue is built for everything required for Tactical Emergency Radio Repeater Coverage.

The TRP-8000 series of portable repeaters operate Analog Conventional and can be rapidly deployed to provide instant local or networked radio communication solutions. This nifty gear is all you need to coordinate a search & rescue mission.

The TRP-8000 is built, using best of class radio equipment & world-class Sinclair Duplexers - all built inside a lunch box sized, genuine 40MM US "Ammunition Can" that provides robust protection from dust, dirt, corrosion and most importantly, interface from outside sources. 

AmmoBox Land Mobile GMRS Land Mobile Portable Radio RepeaterVHF/UHF Portable Repeaters
With Power & Versatility

 

AmmoBox Portable Radio Repeater - GMRS Land MobileThe Time to Talk is Now

The TRP-8000 series of portable repeaters operate Analog and can be rapidly deployed to provide instant local or networked radio communication solutions. This nifty gear is all you need in an emergency. 

The TRP-8000 is built, using best of class radio equipment & world-class Sinclair Duplexers - all built inside a lunch box sized, genuine 40MM US "Ammunition Can" that provides robust protection from dust, dirt, corrosion and most importantly, interface from outside sources.  In fact, the TRP-8000 provides more protection than any other commercially available product on the market today! Designed to meet IP67 standards, the AmmoBox can withstand the harshest operating environments. Capable of delivering between 5W and 25W of output power, the AmmoBox can run for over 48 hours at a 40% transmit duty cycle at max power from a standard car battery.

PORTABLE VHF MARINE REPEATERSBuilt Tough - Portable VHF Marine Repeaters

 

NEW!  6 Channel Duplex Talk Channel Capability 26,27,28 & 83,84.85
VHF Marine Repeaters Provide Coverage on Marine Repeater Channels as well as Crossband coverage for Land Mobiles and Land Based Stations. 
These systems are designed for Offshore operation Marine VHF Repeater Systemin the South Pacific, South East Asia, Central America and South America, where the need for access to Marine Repeaters as well as linked Marine to Land services are critical for effective safety communications.

We build different designs to suit your needs; these include Transportable or Fixed Station.

VHF Marine Repeaters help to increase the distance that Standard VHF Marine services can communicate through pre-programmed repeater channels. These channels include International duplex channels 78, 79, 80, 81, 82 and 83. Through the use of Marine Repeater Channels, a weak station would be amplified through the repeater and back to the end units. 

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