Santiago Peak ATV Repeater is the central hub of the Amateur Television Network system. Perched at an elevation of 5,664 feet, Santiago Peak ATV repeater covers a wide area of Southern California from Santa Barbara to the northwest, beyond San Diego and the Mexican border to the southeast. Counties it covers include Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, parts of Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.
ATV technology includes 434.000 MHz VSB and DVB-T, and 2441.5 MHz FM for the inputs. 1253.25 MHz VSB and 5910 MHz FM for the outputs.
Santiago Peak ATV Repeater is linked with Oat Mountain, Mt. Wilson, Jobs Peak, Snow Peak, and Santa Barbara directly to the repeater site.
Location: 33-42-43 N 117-32-01 W 5664 ft
Inputs: 2441.5 MHz FM & 434 MHz VSB & DVB-T 2 MHz B/W
Outputs: 1253.25 MHz VSB & 5910 MHz FM
Voice RPT: 1286.15 MHz -12 MHz Tone 85.4 Hz 223.82 MHz -1.6 MHz Tone 94.8 Hz