Analog Repeaters

In the following repeater listings: PL denotes what tone you must use to activate the repeater. CTCSS denotes the tone (if any) which the repeater transmits. Any licensed amateur may use our open repeaters. The closed repeaters may be used by members only. PL tone information on our closed repeaters is made public so that the repeaters may be used by non-members in emergencies only.

Closed UHF Linked Repeater System

Frequency

PL | CTCSS

Site Location

Coverage

Status

- 449.100

136.5 | 136.5

Red Mountain

WA7HXO

Henderson, Boulder City, Las Vegas

On Air - Linked

- 449.175

136.5

High Potosi

WA7HXO

Las Vegas, Pahrump, Primm

On Air - Linked

- 449.400

136.5 | 136.5

Low Potosi

W7OQF

Las Vegas, Pahrump, Primm

On Air - Linked

- 449.500

146.2 | 146.2

Angel Peak

N7TND

Las Vegas, Indian Springs

On Air - Linked

- 448.020

136.5 | 136.5

Mesquite

WA7HXO

Mesquite, Logandale

On Air - Linked

- 449.680

136.5 | 136.5

Victorville

K7GIL

Victorville, California

On Air - Linked

Open Repeaters

Frequency

PL

Site Location

Coverage

Status

- 147.945

100.0

Red Mountain

Henderson, Boulder City, Las Vegas

On Air

- 145.22

100.0

Highland Peak

Pioche, Callente, Cedar City

On Air

- 146.88 *

100.0

High Potosi

Las Vegas, Pahrump, Primm

On Air

* The 146.880 Repeater on Mt. Potosi may be linked full-time to the Intermountain Intertie System in Utah. The Intermountain Intertie System covers most of the state of Utah and stretches into parts of southern Idaho. The link via 146.880 repeater extends the tremendous coverage of this system.

CTCSS Donates the tone (if any) which the repeater transmits.

Any licensed amateur radio operator may use our open repeaters.