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The Oregon Statewide K7RPT Repeater System


Open to All Amateur Radio Operators!
Updated July 13, 2020
Portland Metro Area K7RPT Repeater System
Repeater Location Coverage Area

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Portland Metro - Sylvan Tower
Covers the entire Metro Area and into SW Washington State
 
*Note the NEW .225 TONE


IRLP
NODE #  7959  is only on 147.040
ECHOLINK NODE #
 K7RPT-R is only on 442.225

147.040

442.225


440.5125

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100.0

103.5

CC1

980

980

1020

ON AIR: 147.040 (IRLP NODE #7959)

ON AIR: System Fusion C4FM, in AMS mode, where the ARRG Technical Team hangs and offers radio support.

ON AIR:  New ARRG DMR Repeater on the air. The ARRG TG is only o  TS 2, click link above for more info.

Chehalem Ridge

Covers Newberg, Salem, Beaverton & Hillsboro.

147.380
443.750

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100.0
100.0

1351
1351

ON AIR:  Rock Creek ARC - Weekly Net

Mount Hood - Central Oregon Repeater System

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Mount Hood -Timberline Lodge
Mt. Hood Wilderness Area

ECHOLINK NODE #
  AC7QE-R is on 147.120, 444.225 and also carried on both the Central Oregon repeaters in Warm Springs and Bend

 

147.120

444.225

 

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100.0

100.0

 

7100

7100

 ON AIR: Linked fulltime to 444.225

ON AIR: Linked  to the Cinder Butte

CENTRAL OREGON -Cinder Butte
Redmond, Madras and as far South as Bend.

147.040

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114.8

896

ON AIR: Operational

CENTRAL OREGON - Eagle Butte
Warm Springs, Redmond, Madras, Prineville, Bend &
Sisters.

442.225

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114.8

3900

ON AIR: Operational

South Saddle Mountain - North Oregon Coast Repeater System

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SOUTH SADDLE MOUNTAIN  
PDX to Coast

ECHOLINK NODE #  K7RPT-L
is live on 147.320, 442.325, 146.720, 444.125 and when linked during the nightly Nets, is carried on the Portland 147.040

APRS Digipeater Callsign ‘SADDLE’

147.320

442.325

442.350

 

144.390

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n/a

100.0

100.0

114.8

 

n/a

3142

3142

3140

 

3115

ON AIR: Linked fulltime to 442.325

ON AIR: Linked fulltime to 147.320

OFF AIR: Testing

 

ON AIR:  APRS DIGI Radio Positioning

AMITY - Tandem Hill Winery
 
Covers South Valley, Hwy 18 to Lincoln City

444.125

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114.8

517

ON AIR: Linked fulltime to the South Saddle System 442.325

Astoria - Wickiup Mountain
Astoria, partial Seaside and Coast Range

146.720

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114.8

2900

ON AIR: Linked fulltime to South Saddle 442.325 and 147.320 System

WILLSONVILLE
Tigard, SE Portland, Newberg, I5 - Salem

444.400

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100.0

 700'

TBA: Part of ther C800 Public Safety Expansion site. Will become part of the ARES D1 nightly system

Eastern Oregon Repeater System

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LaGrande - Mount Fanny
Covers I-84 from Cabbage Hill to Baker City.

147.260

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103.5

7200

ON AIR: Operational

Pendleton -Deadmen Pass

145.330

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103.5

3600

ON AIR: Operational

Southern Oregon Repeater System

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MEDFORD – Art’s Peak
South West of Downtown Medford

147.020

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100.0

1545

ON AIR:  Operational

2020 K7RPT Repeater FAQS

ARRG and the K7RPT Repeater System is operated by amateur radio operators just like you. ARRG consists of a board of directors who are also distinguished amateur radio professionals and active members of the amateur radio community.

The K7RPT repeater and link system has a proven record of providing each user with a quality listening experience.

Our system uses current generation Motorola synthesized continuous-duty repeaters at each mountain top site; which so happens to consist of commercial grade Public Safety models such as the MSF, MSR and Quantar repeater line. Our system is kept aligned and maintained by a stellar technical team, who most have current or past public safety or commercial TV/radio technical training. Ham groups from all over the area have used us for our technical expertise.

It’s all because of YOU that our system sounds so great. It’s because of annual $20, $30 and $50 donations that keep ARRG strong.  The 147.120, 147.320 and 147.380 have 24/7 EchoLink nodes on them. All to help you better use your smartphone to stay connected to your favorite K7RPT repeater while traveling. The 147.040 has an open to the public IRLP node.

Easy to understand K7RPT operating on the air rules

If you are going to use the system, we ask that all users of the K7RPT system conduct themselves in an appropriate manner while on the air. Please promote professionalism and help to create an air of kindness to others; without regard to age, disability, marital status, protected status, race or color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by law. Lastly, when using the K7RPT System, please don't harp on, rag on or make anyone else in the group or the ham radio community feel less than, uneasy or unwelcome!

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