Current Alerts for System 29
Special Configuration: PL Functions Swapped
Link PL is 100.0 (working)
Local PL is 162.2 (not working)

System 29: San Luis Obispo
Details for System 29
About the System:

This system was several years in the making and is our southern most site along the Central Coast of California. It is located above San Luis Obispo County and covers some very beautiful countryside.


When visiting the greater San Luis Obispo area including Cal Poly, Paso Robles, Cambria, Hearst Castle, Pismo Beach, Morrow Bay, Avila Beach, Santa Maria and much more, CARLA System 29 should provide ample coverage.

System 29: San Luis Obispo

Link PL:100.0
Local PL:162.2
Site Name:Tassajera Peak
City:Atascadero, CA
Controller:SCOM 7330
System Config:Permanent Dual PL Link/Local System

System Equipment Photo
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Dual PL & Courtesy Tones
This particular repeater in the C.A.R.L.A. System has a Dual PL. You can use the Link PL to hold a conversation with someone elsewhere on the network, or the Local PL to converse with someone who is on the same repeater as you are.

You can read more about the Dual PL system and the Courtesy Tones that are used on the system.

Coverage for System 29
From the North along US-101 coverage starts at about Camp Roberts and continues South along the 101 corridor all the way to Santa Maria and just North of Los Alamos. It covers to the West along Hwy 1 from San Simeon to the North to parts of Lompoc & Vandenberg AFB to the South. It can even be used in the small town of Parkfield, CA., famous for it's constant creeping and the San Andreas earthquake fault that runs underneath it.

See this system on our Interactive Coverage Map

Disclaimer: Coverage maps are provided for informational purposes only.
C.A.R.L.A. would like to acknowledge and thank Radio Mobile for the use of their program.

Technical Data for System 29
For the curious amongst us, here are further details about the equipment that makes up this C.A.R.L.A. System. For example, you can see what kind of transceiver we're using for a particular repeater, or what kind of link antenna, etc. If there are other repeaters or connections present, you can click on their name for further information.
In Service Degraded OOS

In ServiceSystem 29
Equipment:Motorola MTR2000
Transmit Power:20w
Antenna:Andrew DB-408 Dual 4-Bay Ellipitcal with 6 dB of gain
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In ServiceMain Link
Type:RF Link (connects to the SLO Extension)
Equipment:Motorola CDM
Transmit Power:10w
Antenna:Yagi with 10 dB of gain