A while back, I post an article about http://www.repeaterlink.org when it was first born. Well I would just like to repost this article because, http://www.repeaterlink.org now has a much larger database of repeater systems and many new features that it didn't have when it first came out. Now with the database of entered repeaters and new features this site has become very useful to the HAM radio community. And one note for those of you that tried to visit my site before with older browsers and couldn't. I have fixed that problem too. All, with any browser should be able to visit the site. Listed below is a list of features this site now has. * Search for Repeater Systems within and around a city. * Search for Repeater Systems the connect 2 different cities together. * Search for Repeater Systems via Callsign * Easy access to add and maintain your Repeater Systems. * Printer friendly Repeater System Lists * Automatically generated HTML code so you can link to your system on repeaterlink.org from your homepage. * Automatically generated map of the Repeater System. * Upload images of your tower/repeater. * Discussion forums to talk about different thing related to repeater systems * Link to your Repeater System's homepage. * Send messages to the maintainers of the repeater systems. * Add notes to your Repeater Systems * Add notes to each Repeater in your System. * Unlimited amount of repeaters and repeater systems * FCC Callsign database lookup. * And best of all, the service is completely FREE.