Stan Sears Memorial
Amateur Radio Club
The W2PQG Repeaters
Operating In Remembrance Of
Stan Sears - W2PQG - SK
(SK 8-18-2008)

The Stan Sears Memorial Amateur Radio Club is proud to affiliate with the 10-70 Repeater Association, Inc, the owners and operators of the 3 amateur radio repeaters that identify as W2PQG/R. Stan, a founding member of the 10-70 Repeater Association, served several terms as its President, was extensively involved with the Technical Committee, serving as its Chairperson for many years,  and as such he oversaw the operation and maintenance of the repeater systems. In honor and remembrance of Stan Sears, W2PQG, the 10-70 Repeater Association has agreed to use, in perpetuity, Stan's former amateur radio callsign, (now assigned by the FCC as the Club Callsign for the Stan Sears Memorial Amateur Radio Club) for its amateur radio repeaters.

The repeaters currently operating are a 2 meter (146.700 Mhz, Negative 600 Khz Input Offset, PL 141.3) a 1.2 meter (222.840 Mhz, Negative 1.6 Mhz Input Offset, PL 141.3) and a 70 centimeter (444.150 Mhz, Positive 5.0 Mhz Input Offset, PL 141.3). All systems are co-located in Northern New Jersey at approximately 1000 feet above sea level. This location gives good coverage throughout the greater Northern New Jersey area as well as into the New York City metropolitan area.

All 3 W2PQG repeater systems are open for the use and enjoyment of all amateur radio operators, of Technician Class or higher.

More information on the 10-70 Repeater Association, Inc. is available here:

The New Tower Carrying The W2PQG/R Antennas Stands At Over 1100 Feet Above Sea Level. In The Foreground, The Old Tower, Replaced In 2003, Is Being Lowered To The Ground

The System Rack Containing All 3 Of The 10-70 Repeaters Association's  Repeaters All Of Which Identify With The Callsign W2PQG/R
The Plaque Presented To Stan Sears - W2PQG, By The 10-70 Repeater Association, On The 25th Anniversary Of The Club, For His Many Years Service To The Club And Its Repeaters.