Support the K7RPT Repeater System by
purchasing one or more $1 raffle
tickets. This is your chance to win a Yaesu
FT-8800 Dualband Mobile and a Baofeng UVB6 dualband walkie
ARRG will also have a flea market
table upstairs selling some never before seen
Ham Estate gear from the 2014/2015
estate clean up.
Join us for the ARRG presenation
of the new Yaesu
System Fusion Seminar being held Sunday, June 7th at 11AM
in the upstairs Riverview B room.
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.
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
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
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.
System Fusion Digital Analog System
ARRG is now running the lasted System
The new System Fusion DR1X repeater was
installed at our Sylvan Hill site and is fully functional on
442.225 + 100.0 hz.
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.