Our Repeaters

We currently operate 6 repeaters, five for general use and one that is devoted to ARES/RACES communications.

Linked Repeater System

Our Franklin, Parker, Pleasantville, and Rockland repeaters are all linked together via radio links. What you transmit into one goes out on all four. The locations and details of each repeater are as follows.

  • Franklin: 145.23 MHz, negative offset, PL Tone 186.2 Hz
  • Parker: 145.19 MHz, negative offset, PL Tone 186.2 Hz
  • Pleasantville: 145.12 MHz, positive offset, PL Tone 186.2 Hz
  • Rockland: 145.23, negative offset, PL Tone 123 Hz.
  • C4FM Repeater

    Our Oil City repeater is seperate from our linked repeater system. Its’ frequency is 444.125 MHz, with a positive offset, and a PL Tone of 186.2 Hz.

    It accepts input in both the C4FM digital mode and the FM analog mode. If you transmit using FM, you will only be repeated locally. However, if you transmit using C4FM, you will be repeated locally and through our Yaesu WiRES-X system, which is connected to dozens of repeaters throughout the US via the internet. Our WiRES-X system is set to the Americalink room.

    ARES/RACES Repeater

    We have a repeater devoted solely to ARES and RACES communications. Its’ frequency is 146.865 MHz, negative offset, with a PL Tone of 186.2 Hz