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Repeater Information

A general overview of the system

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A repeater is a radio station that can listen and transmit simultaneously (known as full-duplex) and is used to greatly extend the usable range of fixed, mobile and handheld radios in two-way communications. Located in advantageous locations and equipped with extensive antenna and filtering systems, the Southwest Community Radio System (SWCRS) provides numerous GMRS repeaters which are freely made available for public use.

Curious, but not sure what any of this means? You may find the following helpful –

System Map

Below is a map of the current SWCRS systems, both active and planned.

Coverage Map

A detailed, interactive, coverage map of all repeaters on the link can be viewed in Google Earth.

  1. Download and install Google Earth Pro
  2. Download the current SWCRS Coverage File

Arizona Repeaters

Arizona has the following repeaters that are part of the SWCRS

Lemmon 650462.650 MhzWQVS960Located on Mt. Lemmon covering the Tucson Metro area and beyond.
Alpine 725462.725 MhzWQVS960Located on South Mountain by Alpine, AZ
Guthrie 600462.600 MhzWQVS960Located on Guthrie Peak near Clifton and Morenci.
Heliograph 700462.700 MhzWQVS960Located near Mt. Graham, southeast of Safford
Pinal 675462.675 MhzWQVS960Planned repeater for Pinal Peak
Towers 600462.600 MhzWRAP405Located on Towers Mountain just north of Phoenix.
Tucson 550462.550 MhzWQVS960Located south of downtown Tucson.

New Mexico Repeaters

New Mexico has the following repeaters that are part of the SWCRS

Caballo 575462.575 MhzWQJI810Located near Truth or Consequences.
Capilla Peak 600462.600 MhzWQJI810Located near Manzano
Clovis 575462.575 MhzWQJI810Located in Clovis, NM
Datil 625462.625 MhzWQJI810Located on Davenport Lookout, near Datil, NM
East Mountain Canyon 700462.700 MhzWQJI810Located near Tijeras & Albuquerque, east of the Sandias.
Farmington 575462.575 MhzWQJI810Located in Farmington, NM
Grants 650462.650 MhzWQJI810Located near Grants, on Mt. Taylor.
Jack's Peak 625462.625 MhzWQJI810Located between Silver City and Lordsburg.
Logan 575462.575 MhzWQJI810Located near Lake Conchas, NM
Mesa Rica 700462.700 MhzWQJI810Located on Mesa Rica, NM covering I-40 near Santa Rosa
Pecos 550462.550 MhzWQJI810Located north of Pecos, NM.
Sandia 675462.675 MhzWQJI810Located on Sandia Crest covering ABQ and beyond.
Sedillo Hill 650462.650 MhzWQJI810Located on Sedillo Hill near Tijeras and Glenwood.

Standalone Repeaters

The following standalone repeaters are also available to users of the SWCRS. These are not connected to the linked system and are provided by various individuals as an additional service to the GMRS community.

Datil 700462.700 MhzWQJI810Located on Davenport Lookout near Datil, NM
Gobernador 700462.700 MhzWQEV673Located near Gobernador, NM
Harris Mesa 700462.700 MhzWQEV673Located on Harris Mesa, NM
Lybrook 700462.700 MhzWQEV673Located near Lybrook, NM
Sierra Vista 550462.550 MhzWQPP400Located in Sierra Vista, AZ
Webhiway 725462.725 MhzWREI289Located on Mt. Lemmon, covering the Tucson Metro area and beyond.

Access Tones

Access tones are made available to the licensed public, but must be requested from the SWCRS administration team.

  1. To request access; see “Request Access
  2. If your access request has been approved; please see “Programming Information,” for the tones and ready-to-go code plugs for a number of radios. You will need the password included in your approval email.