Check here...looks like a couple dozen or more are listed on that directory (not sure what band you're wanting):A couple years ago I thought there were several repeaters listed for pulaski county. What happened to all of them?
Which is why the ARRL repeater directory is a good investment...
I have wondered about the ARRL directory and its accuracy before...I wasn't sure where they got their information and if it was anymore accurate than, say, RepeaterBook.com, which has become my favorite source so far (if someone knows of a better one please advise).Not when the ARRL gets their data directly from the frequency coordinators or other sources that don't keep their own data updated.
I have found repeater book to be the best so far ! pretty accurate information , they have apps for iOS and Android, really awesome location based directory, it's a thousand times easier to find nearby repeaters then ARRL repeater directory
you're exactly right!! the nice thing is it easy to updateRepeaterbook accuracy is dependant on the data users submit. Garret uses coordination groups data as a starting point. Once up, it is the users that make and keep it accurate. For instance, Alberta DB is almost bang on, as the Alberta admins know what they are doing, and have a good handle on what is happening in the province.
So the more users in a given state/province the better the data.
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