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Open Repeaters

Public repeaters that are linked into the system.

Introduction

The SWCRS maintains the following repeaters, many are open for public use. Frequency and tone information for open repeaters are available on the myGMRS and RepeaterBook websites (linked).

Repeater Rules

While we no longer maintain an approval process for repeaters listed as open, we expect users to follow these rules:

  1. Family friendly language only and be respectful of other users.
  2. No unauthorized nets, all group coordinated activity requires approval and coordination from the SWCRS.
  3. Licensed use only, and identify your transmissions at the start and end of your conversations, and every 15 minutes for GMRS, 10 minutes for Amateur.
  4. Disable roger beeps, MDC, PTT-ID, ANI, and other noisemakers.
  5. Normal spoken voice only; no sound effects, music, TV, etc.
  6. Yield to nets and all priority traffic.

All SWCRS repeaters are part of a linked network unless noted otherwise; a transmission on one repeater will be heard on all other repeaters within that service.

Arizona Repeaters

GMRS Repeaters

Repeater callsign: WQVS960

  1. Alpine 725
  2. Guthrie 600
  3. Heliograph 700
  4. Lemmon 650 (closed – SWCRS members only)
  5. Nutrioso 550
  6. Pinal 675 (closed – SWCRS members only)
  7. Tucson 550 (SE.AZ Regional Link)
  8. Sierra Vista 550 (SE.AZ Regional Link)

Amateur Repeaters

Repeater callsign: K6DSA
This is a DMR repeater on TGIF network, TS1=TG527, TS2 all other TG’s on-demand.

  1. Dove Mountain, Marana.

New Mexico Repeaters

GMRS Repeaters

Repeater callsign: WQJI810

  1. Caballo 575
  2. Capilla Peak 600
  3. Clovis 575
  4. Datil 625
  5. Datil 700 Standalone
  6. East Mountain Canyon 700 (closed – SWCRS members only)
  7. Farmington 575
  8. Grants 650
  9. Jacks Peak 625
  10. Logan 575
  11. Mesa Rica 700
  12. Pecos 550
  13. Sandia 675 (closed – SWCRS members only)
  14. Sedillo Hill 650
  15. Tucumcari 600

Repeater Location Map