I don't how to post to the RR Wiki  maybe someone can put this in there for us?
I found the attached map while looking around on the ADEM website. It shows the AGFC districts and a list of district HQ's & counties covered.
I've changed my AWIN TGID's to reflect the district & HQ location:
29800  A1  EUREKA SPRINGS
29801  A2 – FORT SMITH
29802  A3  HOT SPRINGS
29803  A4  PERRYTOWN
29804  B1  CALICO ROCK
29805  B2  MAYFLOWER
29806  B3  CAMDEN
29807  C1  MAMMOTH SPRINGS
29808  C2  JONESBORO
29809  C3  HUMPHREY
29810  C4 – MONTICELLO
29811  D1  BRINKLEY
I also spent a cold & rainy weekend searching the FCC ULS for AGFC conventional repeaters across the state and came up with the following list:
151.17500 AGFC  A
151.19000 AGFC  B
151.26500 AGFC  C
151.34000 AGFC  D
151.35500 AGFC  E
151.37000 AGFC  F
151.38500 AGFC  G
151.39250 AGFC  H
151.40000 AGFC  I
151.41500 AGFC  J
151.44500 AGFC  K
151.44500 AGFC  L
153.93500 AGFC  M
159.22500 AGFC  N
159.25500 AGFC  O
159.27000 AGFC  P
159.33000 AGFC  Q
159.34500 AGFC  R
159.37500 AGFC  S
159.42000 AGFC  T
159.46500 AGFC  U
151.16750 AGFC  01 T
151.18250 AGFC  02 T
151.33250 AGFC  03 T
151.34750 AGFC  04 T
151.36250 AGFC  05 T
151.37750 AGFC  06 T
151.39250 AGFC  07 T
151.40750 AGFC  08 T
159.21750 AGFC  09 T
159.32250 AGFC  10 T
159.33750 AGFC  11 T
159.41250 AGFC  12 T
159.45750 AGFC  13 T
The numbered frequencies followed by "T" are temporary repeaters with a pretty recent approval date. Looking back I wish I'd listed the call signs associated with each freq along with location, maybe I'll go back and do that , but not too soon tho....
I found the attached map while looking around on the ADEM website. It shows the AGFC districts and a list of district HQ's & counties covered.
I've changed my AWIN TGID's to reflect the district & HQ location:
29800  A1  EUREKA SPRINGS
29801  A2 – FORT SMITH
29802  A3  HOT SPRINGS
29803  A4  PERRYTOWN
29804  B1  CALICO ROCK
29805  B2  MAYFLOWER
29806  B3  CAMDEN
29807  C1  MAMMOTH SPRINGS
29808  C2  JONESBORO
29809  C3  HUMPHREY
29810  C4 – MONTICELLO
29811  D1  BRINKLEY
I also spent a cold & rainy weekend searching the FCC ULS for AGFC conventional repeaters across the state and came up with the following list:
151.17500 AGFC  A
151.19000 AGFC  B
151.26500 AGFC  C
151.34000 AGFC  D
151.35500 AGFC  E
151.37000 AGFC  F
151.38500 AGFC  G
151.39250 AGFC  H
151.40000 AGFC  I
151.41500 AGFC  J
151.44500 AGFC  K
151.44500 AGFC  L
153.93500 AGFC  M
159.22500 AGFC  N
159.25500 AGFC  O
159.27000 AGFC  P
159.33000 AGFC  Q
159.34500 AGFC  R
159.37500 AGFC  S
159.42000 AGFC  T
159.46500 AGFC  U
151.16750 AGFC  01 T
151.18250 AGFC  02 T
151.33250 AGFC  03 T
151.34750 AGFC  04 T
151.36250 AGFC  05 T
151.37750 AGFC  06 T
151.39250 AGFC  07 T
151.40750 AGFC  08 T
159.21750 AGFC  09 T
159.32250 AGFC  10 T
159.33750 AGFC  11 T
159.41250 AGFC  12 T
159.45750 AGFC  13 T
The numbered frequencies followed by "T" are temporary repeaters with a pretty recent approval date. Looking back I wish I'd listed the call signs associated with each freq along with location, maybe I'll go back and do that , but not too soon tho....
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