North Carolina Repeater List

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KE5WSG

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Hey guys! First post! I'm a HAM radio operator and just moved to NC from Texas. I'm looking to see if anyone has a list of verified/working repeaters separated by regions (West/Tennessee/Asheville, Blue Ridge Parkway, Central/Greensboro/Durham/High Point, and Eastern/Raleigh/Outer Banks).

I travel quite a bit on I-40 so something to scan while driving along or visiting would be great!

Thanks guys!
 

kb4mdz

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Absolute best resource and a good cause: join SERA, SouthEastern Repeater Association; sera.org.

You can join as an associate membership and you get the Repeater Journal, 4 times a year. It lists all repeaters in their area; NC, VA, SC, TN, WV, GA, KY, MS. They're listed by both city and frequency. Full membership is for repeater owners.

They have the most complete listings in their Journal (there is no such thing as a perfect repeater listing; unco-ordinated repeaters, lapsed memberships, 'paper' repeaters that exist only on file but haven't been on the air for ???, etc.).

There are other places, like Artsci Publishing, (artscipub.com ) but you still have to verify what's listed.

Welcome to NC!

Oh, around Raleigh, you can look at the repeater listings at rars.org; it lists repeaters from around Greensboro out to Columbia, NC. Done by Gary Pearce, KN4AQ, and it says last updated in 2011.
 

KE5WSG

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Oh, around Raleigh, you can look at the repeater listings at rars.org; it lists repeaters from around Greensboro out to Columbia, NC. Done by Gary Pearce, KN4AQ, and it says last updated in 2011.
Thanks for the info! I based my current list off of Gary's, but there are a lot of stations that I can't hit here in Greensboro (and the list is pretty old). I'm probably going to take your advice and join SERA.
 

kb4mdz

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And you're more than welcome to do your own list & publish it. :)

The trouble starts as soon as any repeater goes off the air, or changes location, or goes PL, or, well, you get the idea.
 

BigLebowski

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Hey guys! First post! I'm a HAM radio operator and just moved to NC from Texas. I'm looking to see if anyone has a list of verified/working repeaters separated by regions (West/Tennessee/Asheville, Blue Ridge Parkway, Central/Greensboro/Durham/High Point, and Eastern/Raleigh/Outer Banks).

I travel quite a bit on I-40 so something to scan while driving along or visiting would be great!

Thanks guys!
For Greensboro:

145.150- 67.0 out / 100.0 in W4GSO (Northwest Greensboro)
145.250- 88.5 W4GG (Level Cross)
146.760- 156.7 K4GWH (Northeast Greensboro)
147.255+ 82.5 K4ITL (Level Cross - Skywarn)

444.225+ 146.2 W4GG (Northeast Greensboro)
441.8625+ N4DUB MotoTRBO (Northwest Greensboro)
442.825+ 82.5 K4ITL (Level Cross)

There is a D-STAR Repeater in Northwest Greensboro as well but I couldn't tell you what it is.
 

traffic27fl

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re: Piedmont Coastal Repeater Network

you might also want to look at their other (DMR) network: NC PRN (NC PRN). This net also is part of the worldwide DMR-MARC network (DMR-MARC Network). The 5 channel-selectable system choices for each repeater in the PRN network are: local repeater only, prn systemwide, southeast US systemwide, Northamerica systemwide, worldwide systemwide. The current plans are to cover North and South Carolina to provide statewide mobile coverage through both states.
 
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