Rogue Valley Amateur Radio Club

Repeaters


Southern Oregon

  • K7RVM - Rogue Valley Manor
    • 147.000 (+) PL 123.0, IRLP 7171
    • 440.225 (+) PL 131.8
    • 145.240 (-) D-Star
  • K7JAX - Mt. Baldy
    • 146.840 (+) PL 123.0
  • WX7MFR - Mt. Ashland
    • 147.260 (+) PL 123.0 Off Air
  • K7RPT - Amateur Radio Repeater Group (ARRG)
    • 147.020 (+) PL 100.0

Oregon Wide & Neighboring States

  • Peak Radio Association These repeaters are always linked together. Coverage includes the entire I-5 corridor from just below the California border in the South to Longview, Washington in the North. Additional links include coverage in the Bend-Redmond area. Because the repeaters are permanently linked, wait 2 seconds after you key your PTT to speak.
  • Oregon Connection
  • Western Intertie Network “WIN System.” Network of IRLP nodes in the American West.
  • Evergreen Intertie A system of linked repeaters in Oregon and Washington, providing direct coverage from Portland to Seattle, and east to Spokane, Walla Walla, and Pullman.
  • Oregon Statewide Repeater List (50MHz - 1300MHz)
    • The list shows input/output frequencies, nearest city, call sign, contact, sponsor, intended coverage, the ARRL region, the ARRL listing codes, and CTCSS (PL) access frequencies (at far right next to listing codes in parentheses). See below for the meaning of the ARRL listing codes.
    • Type Codes:
      • O = open
      • C = closed or private
      • A=autopatch
      • CA=closed autopatch
      • PL=Subaudible Tone Access (CTCSS)
      • P=packet
      • E=emergency pwr
      • L=Linked to other radios
      • R= RACES or similar
      • RM=Remote Base
      • TV=television
      • LINK=A point-to-point link.

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