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

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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)

444.400 + 100.0 hz
(linked South Saddle)

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

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 
(linked together fulltime and into
Bend 147.040 - down for FM Radio Stn RFI)

Regional Repeaters

Bend - Awbrey Butte
147.040 + 100.0 hz

La Grande
147.260 + 103.5.0 hz
147.020  + Open
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.

ARRG leadership is made up of 4 Officers and 12 Board Members. Along with the leadership positions, the ARRG Technical Team has a team leader and several technical gurus working to keep the K7RPT repeater system fully functional. Meetings are open to all current ARRG Members.

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.

Latest News
 New System Fusion News

System Fusion Digital Analog System

On January 5th, 2015, a new System Fusion DR1X repeater was installed at our Sylvan Hill site and is fully functional on 147.040.

All users of 147.040 need to make themselves aware of the new capabilities, please click the link below to see how this will affect your use of 147.040. 


Click here for latest help on the ARRG's System Fusion Repeater System

ARRG Monthly Breakfast
Please join us for the next breakfast

The ARRG Breakfasts are held on the first Saturday
of the month at 9:30 AM, the next upcoming Breakfast is  scheduled for February 7th, 2015

They are held at Antoni's Grill (in the private lounge area) located at 10765 SW Canyon Rd. which is three blocks east of HWY 217 on Canyon Rd.

 Talk in is on 442.225 + 100.0 hz

Welcome ARRG's newest Board Member!

At the November 4th, 2014 ARRG Board meeting,
Darin Miller, W7DMX was voted in as the newest
ARRG Board Member.

Darin has been instrumental in assisting ARRG on the Technical Team and he has already proven his capabilities by assisting with recent ARRG Public Service events that included the Cystic Fibrosis Bike Ride and the JOTA
(Scout Jamboree on the Air).
 SEAPAC 2015

Did you know that ARRG does Ham Radio Estate clean-up, support, tower removal and sales?

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.

Latest up to the minute repeater news and events are announced on our FACEBOOK page first


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