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Reliable V/UHF repeaters directory

Discussion in 'On the Road' started by IZ2LSC, Jun 26, 2014.

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  1. IZ2LSC

    IZ2LSC Ham Member QRZ Page

    I will be traveling across California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona. I will bring with me my handhelds v/uhf radio.
    Where I can find a reliable and up to date repeaters directory (free) ?

    Thanks and 73

  2. AI7PM

    AI7PM Ham Member QRZ Page

    I recommend, and use,
  3. KC9UDX

    KC9UDX Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber Life Member QRZ Page

    I agree. is better than anything else out there currently. They have an excellent mobile app as well, though you may have to pay a nominal fee for that, I can't remember.
  4. IZ2LSC

    IZ2LSC Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks, the app seems to be free and works great!


    Andrea, iz2lsc
  5. N5TWB

    N5TWB Ham Member QRZ Page

    I've checked out and like it. As a secondary check, assuming there's time, I try to find the area frequency coordinator website to check out any listings they have since that's likely to be the most up-to-date. Here in OK, it's updated quarterly.
  6. AC2GD

    AC2GD XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    RFinder by W2CYK is an amazing app which works off the gps in your smartphone....not free but worth it!
  7. KM4AMJ

    KM4AMJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    If you have an iPhone, there is an app from I think it was $4.99. It works great, and automatically loads in all the repeaters within your grid square. Dead simple, and great for travel. You can also just type in a location and get the repeaters if you are trying to plan a trip.
  8. N3DCP

    N3DCP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Repeaterbook on Android and iPhone both free uses GPS to find repeaters. RFinder is another good app cost 10$ a year Android version is better then iPhone's.
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