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Welcome to the best FREE resource for amateur radio repeater information around the world. We have the most up-to-date amateur radio repeater listings (updated by you, our admins, and repeater coordinators). This site is different than others because we use local admins that collect repeater data. No repeater directory can be 100% up-to-date, but we believe this one is more up-to-date and...
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Reference maps showing Arizona Repeaters on 6, 2 , & 1.25 Meters 70, 33, & 23 Centimeters Bands. Welcome to the Arizona Repeaters Directory serving the great state of Arizona for over 10 years! This site is dedicated to the memory of Thomas Kelley N7RPZ-SK January 23, 1954 / March 12, 2004. For over 90 years, American radio amateurs have offered emergency. Page last modified on August 14, 2016,...
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About the Directory: New England Repeater Directory (NERD) is the most accurate and up to date amateur radio repeater database available in our region. The listings are a reflection of each system's true status, regardless of their coordination*. Maintained by local volunteers of the amateur...
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Annual updates, which were not sent out in 2016, are expected to be mailed within the next week, but will not include these twenty one repeater stations, or associated auxiliary stations. If these station owner/operators wish to contest the reports and/or observations that the stations are no...
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About the Directory: New York Repeater Directory (NYRD) was born in 2003 as an addition to the New England Repeater Directory. It originally included NYC Metro and Long Island, but has expanded to cover eastern New York. The listings are a reflection of each system's true status, regardless of...
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Reviews and how to guides for the latest WiFi Repeaters, boosters and range extenders. Cheap, easy to use and non techies welcome! In short? Yes. We’ll look at some alternatives but there is no other piece of hardware or modification you can make which will improve your wireless signal as much as an extender will. There are limitations, of course, a cheap $20 repeater is not going to boost your...
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The WAN repeater system is a network of linked repeaters using the AllStar Link technology. AllStar is similar to the all familiar EchoLink and IRLP, using the Internet to connect multiple repeaters together, however, AllStar has many advantages over these other systems. By using wider bandwidth and higher dynamic range, the audio throughput is better than any other popular technology. The...
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The usage of ALL of the WB4GBI repeaters is now subject to the "Acceptable Use Policy." A document that explains the implementation of the AUP is available by clicking HERE. Please see the "Acceptable Use Policy" page on the website. A PDF document is also available for download. If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at the link at the bottom of the page. Thank you! 73 de Tim...
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The MRC is a member of the National Frequency Coordinators’ Council, Inc. (NFCC) and has been certified as complying with the NFCC standards. In the navigation pane on the left, you will find the list of Amateurs who have volunteered to serve on the MRC. The Band Plan tab breaks down the Frequency Use Plan for each band from 28 MHz through 23 cm. In the Coordination tab you can find the...
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IF you do not see your repeater listed in the repeater section it is NOT a coordinated machine in Kansas. We have de-coordinated several machines that have been off the air more than 180 days, and would like to get rid of any others that are off the air. (This does not apply to those machines whose Trustee has notified KARC of maintenance) If you have any concerns, please email the Frequency...
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The San Diego Repeater Association, SANDRA, maintains a network of open ham/amateur radio repeater systems in Southern California. No portion of this web site, including its text or images, may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or other, without prior written permission of SANDRA, Inc. Provides open Amateur Radio repeater coverage across San Diego and Imperial Counties as...
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Sadly we have not had the time to update our website. Two years ago we migrated away from D-Star as we found the technology (the gateway) difficult to support. We did not and still do not have anything against D-Star, for us however it became too much of a problem for us. We have been very heavy in DMR and will continue to do so for as long as we can. The primary goal of the AREA Repeater Group...
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We’re just this group of guys… you know? Actually, we are a diverse bunch that really enjoys amateur radio. There’s not much of a mystery here. We build repeaters. People use them. We think we are pretty good at it. And we seem to constantly be fixing lightning damage. That’s pretty much our story. We don’t have a formalized “club” and we don’t have organized events. We do have lunch together...
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ARRG provides the use of our repeater systems and/or site facilities to many local Emergency Service groups. Teams that don't already own or operate their own systems or need specialized coverage use our systems freely and without any cost. These groups include the Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) group, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), Washington County Search & Rescue,...
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It is the goal of the FRC to minimize interference through the process of coordination. Faced with the influx of new repeater technologies, utilizing digital narrow band formats, the FRC has instituted a coordination policy that allows for these newer technologies while preserving the integrity of the existing analog wide band technologies. The FRC understands that ALL these technologies need...
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PAPA Amateur Ham Radio DSTAR Analog Repeater System Southern California. We are still developing all of the details, but we are planning an exciting addition to the actual auction. If the RF gods are smiling we will share the auction live on the PAPA website. That means we will offer proxy bidding. If you are unable to attend physically you will have the opportunity to be in contact with a...
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MyGMRS.com is a General Mobile Radio Service community where users can search and submit repeaters in their area. MyGMRS.com is the reincarnated version of "The Repeater Resource," a short-term internet project with the intent of listing GMRS repeaters in the United States. As more and more GMRS licensees began to use the site, it was time to expand the project into a full-featured website....
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Pyramid Communications manufactures LMR (Land Mobile Radio) communications products, mobile data terminals and mapping software for public safety agencies, utilities and business. Pyramid Communications' Vehicular Repeaters are the most complete line in the industry. Depending on your needs and budget, we have the vehicular repeater for you. The SVR-200, SVR-250 and SVR-P250 P25 units provide...
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The repeater site in Midlothian experienced a power failure due to the storms on Thursday, a lightening strike or a mixture of both. There was damage to a host of equipment at the site and the Richmond repeater was off the air and the network for parts of the last couple of days. After a thorough exam and status check, the repeater is back in service and operational. Please report any issues or...
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