ARRG
Amateur Radio Relay Group, Inc.
An Oregon Non-Profit Public Service Team since 1977
Operating the K7RPT Repeater System

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K7RPT

Portland to Salem
Metro Area Repeaters


Sylvan Hill
147.040 + 100.0 hz 
442.225 + 100.0 hz
(linked to 444.125)

Cedar Mill
147.380 + 100.0 hz
443.750 + 100.0 hz 
(linked together fulltime)

Chehalem Ridge
444.125 + 100.0 hz
(linked to Sylvan 442.225)

Skyline
444.400 + 100.0 hz
(linked South Saddle)

South Saddle Mountain
147.320 + 100.0 hz
442.325 + 100.0 hz
(linked to Skyline 444.400)

Mt. Hood
147.120 + 100.0 hz
 
444.225 + 100.0 hz 

Regional Repeaters

Central Oregon

Bend Awbrey Butte
147.040 + 103.5 hz


La Grande
147.260 + 103.5.0 hz

Medford
147.020  + Open

Pendleton

145.330 -  103.5 hz


Welcome to the ARRG and the K7RPT Repeater System

Thank you for taking the time to read more about the team. Many folks wonder what ARRG stands for, that's easy, it stands for the Amateur Radio Relay Group.

The entire K7RPT Repeater system is owned and operated by the Amateur Radio Relay Group, Inc. which is entirely comprised of hundreds of licensed Amateur Radio operators and our supportive families.

ARRG leadership is made up of 4 Officers and 12 Board Members. Along with the leadership positions, the ARRG technical group has a team leader and many repeater technicians all working to keep the K7RPT repeater system fully functional 24/7, 365 days per year.

The team was started back around 1972 and later was officially incorporated as the ARRG by the State of Oregon in October 1977.
ARRG is one of Oregon's original Amateur Radio groups and one of the larger teams that provide over 15 wide area repeater systems all around the State of Oregon.

ARRG has been a American Radio Relay League (ARRL) affiliated group since February 1983.

All ARRG breakfast meetings are held once per month and are open to all current ARRG members, their family and friends.

Monthly ARRG Breakfast Meet & Greets

The regular ARRG breakfast which was to be held on Saturday, Juky 4th, has been cancelled.

The next  monthly ARRG Breakfast get togther will be held at

9 AM on Saturday, August 1st, 2015 at Antoni's Grill

located at 10765 SW Canyon Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005

 

System Fusion Digital Analog System


ARRG is now running the lasted System Fusion Platform.

The new System Fusion DR1X repeater was installed at our Sylvan Hill site and is fully functional on 442.225 + 100.0 hz.

 

Click here for latest help on

ARRG's System Fusion Repeater System www.arrg.org/fusion.htm

 

Did you know that ARRG helps with Ham Radio Estate clean-up, support and even tower removal?

100% of all equipment donated to ARRG, Inc. is fully tax deductible. ARRG is an official Oregon Charity and operates under the IRS 501c(3) charter.Our team of experts will help you clean up a Ham's Shack and properly sell or donate your loved ones

Ham's gear to one or more fully  tax deductible Amateur Radio Public Service teams.

SEAPAC WRAP UP
SEAPAC was incredibly entertaining this year. The entire organization really appreciates each one of you who stopped by to
say hello or who supported ARRG by purchasing raffle tickets or buying gear from off the upstairs ARRG swap table.


Congrats to the 2015 ARRG raffle winners
Randy Everson, KF7TPK won the special 'last minute' added prize of a Yaesu FT-60
Jerry Keisler, KG7OX won the grand prize which was a Yaesu FT-8800R
Pat Roberson, W7PAT won the Baofeng UV6B Dualband walkie


A special thanks goes out this year for our 'booth' team and we wish to thank Warren Winner, W7JDT and his wife Barb
 for helping to setup and fill in at the booth. A very special thanks goes out to our booth manager, Dale Justice, K7WW and his better half, Mary for all their hard work, setup, booth fill in and take down.

We also appreciate the wonderful energy and work that the following people put in by manning both the
Member ARRG booth and the swap table upstairs.

Mark Steel, KI6RB ♦  Darin Miller, W7DMX  ♦   Brian Nordlund, AC7QE
Marc Douglas, AE7KK ♦  Gerard Davis, KE7CF  ♦ Marlys Davis, KD7SJ
Marc Peterson, W7PM ♦  Tony Hair, no call
NEW VIDEO

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=NIEu4gh4yW0
Check out Roland, KG7FOP working Josh, KE7CXS via the 147.120 machine.
Roland was on Mary's Peak, about 100 air miles from the Timberline repeater.
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