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The K7RPT Repeater System Page

The K7RPT Repeater System is owned and operated by ARRG, Inc. which operated by Members of the Amateur Radio Community. ARRG and the K7RPT Repeater System stays modern and operational because of our membership dues program and through other small donations.

While we hope that at all users would become supporting members by joining ARRG, the K7RPT is one of the few truly ‘open’ repeater systems in our area and it should be noted that ARRG does not charge, nor ever has charged any fees to use the K7RPT repeaters or our IRLP or Echolink Nodes.

ARRG provides the use of our repeaters to important groups like ARES, CERT, Mountain Wave Search & Rescue, Jolly Jeepers and important events like the Hood to Coast Relay, Reach the Beach Relay, Cycle for Life Ride and many more.
ARRG is a diverse group and we welcome all Amateur Radio Operators to join the group and/or use the K7RPT system without regard to age, disability, marital status, protected veteran status, race or color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by law.

While using the K7RPT System, please don't harp on, rag on or make anyone else on our repeaters feel less than, uneasy or unwelcome!

K7RPT Repeater Support Fund

You decide, from $1 and up! ARRG is an approved Oregon Charity and is a 501 (c)3 Public Service Team. All donations are usually tax deductible. Click in the donate button to securely donate any amount to the Repeater Upgrade Project.

Your donation to ARRG (we are an official non-profit 501(C)3) is tax deductible.

The K7RPT Repeater and Link System
Updated July 10, 2018

Repeater Location & expected signal coverage area

Freq

Shift

Tone

Elev

Repeater Facts  EchoLink/IRLP/Autopatch comments

AMITY - Tandem Hill Winery   Linked fulltime to the South Saddle 147.320 system

444.125 + 100.0 500 Thanks to Kurt Jutzi, KK7VN, this new repeater went on the air April of 2018. The repeater is linked f/t to the South Saddle 147.320. The coverage is around Amity, all the way out HWY 18, 20 and 22 towards Spirit Mountain and into parts of Lincoln City on the Coast.

CEDAR MILL Portland West Hills. Covers West Portland, Beaverton, Tigard, Aloha and Hillsboro.

147.380

+

 

100.0

 

617

 

ECHOLINK NODE:  K7RPT-R

Open to all, but home of Beaverton CERT -Weekly Net Monday's at 8PM

CENTRAL OREGON – Cinder Butte

Redmond -covers Madras, Prineville, Bend & Sisters.

147.040

+

114.8

896

Part of the Mt. Hood /Timberline System. Linked  f/t to 147.120  and to 442.225  on Eagle Butte.

ECHOLINK NODE:  AC7QE-R

CENTRAL OREGON – Eagle Butte

Warm Springs – Wide Area from Timberline, Madras, Sisters and Bend.

442.225

+

114.8

3900

Part of the Mt. Hood Timberline System. Linked f/t to 147.120  Mt. Hood and 147.040 on  Eagle Butte.

ECHOLINK NODE:  AC7QE-R

CHEHALEM RIDGE –  Portland Metro

Also covers some of Newberg, Salem, Beaverton & Hillsboro. Part of the KOIN 442.225 System

444.400

+

100.0

1351

Part of the KOIN 442.225 System. Linked fulltime to 442.225 at KOIN.

LA GRANDE – Mount Fanny

147.260

+

103.5

7200

Wide Ares -Covers I-84 from Cabbage Hill to Baker City.

MEDFORD – John’s Peak

147.020

+

103.5

1760

Back up on the air November 2017

MOUNT HOOD – Timberline Lodge

Mt. Hood Wilderness Area

147.120

444.225

+

+

100.0

100.0

7100

7100

Linked to Mt. Hood  444.225

All South Saddle Repeaters are futehr linked by RF to Cinder Butte 147.040 and Eagle Butte 442.225

ECHOLINK NODE:  AC7QE-R

PENDLETON Deadman Pass

145.330

-

103.5

3600

Working great on it's low power 5 watt backup amplifier.

PORTLAND- Sylvan Hill  KOIN TX Tower

  -System Fusion Digi/Analog repeater is on 442.225 + 100hz. At 7:25PM daily the 147.040 auto links to the 147.320 South Saddle repeater to carry the nightly ARES D1 Net.

Portland - West Side Spare

147.040

442.225

+

+

 

100.0

100.0

980

980

 

147.040 IRLP NODE  #7959

442.225 is a multimode Analog FM and C4FM SYSTEM FUSION repeater and is linked fulltime to the 444.400 + 100hz out on Chehalem Ridge.

SANDY - K7PN Tower
**Coming Soon
443.750 + 100.0 TBA When installed in August 2018, this repeater will be linked fulltime into the Sylvan 442.225 system.

SKYLINE – KATU Tower

Covers West Portland, Beaverton and Hillsboro

147.380

+

114.8

950

On Standby - Emergency Backup Repeater

SOUTH SADDLE MOUNTAIN

PDX 2 Coast - Home of the 730 PM ARES D1 Net

Saddle System Fusion

ECHOLINK NODE:  K7RPT-L

147.320

442.325

442.350

+

+

+

100.0

100.0

114.8

3100

3100

3100

Linked fulltime to 442.325

Linked fulltime to 147.320

System Fusion in AMS mode: FM, DN and VW Modes

ECHOLINK NODE:  K7RPT-L

WICKIUP MTN.  Astoria-Coast Range

Expands the ARES District 1 Nightly Net into  Clatsop County

146.720

-

114.8 

2900

Linked fulltime to  the South Saddle 147.320 System

Other Affiliated Repeaters - W7PM Repeater

442.250

+

100.0

960

 

W7PM Digital Repeater 

 

Public Service through Technology

As an Oregon Non Profit 501C (3) public service organization, the Amateur Radio Relay Group (ARRG) builds and maintains the 17 wide area VHF/UHF repeater systems that make up the K7RPT System.  ARRG offers all types of Public Service support by providing quality communications facilities to State and Local Emergency Preparedness Teams such as ARES, CERT and several Search & Rescue Groups, all at no charge to that agency or group. When our repeaters are not being used for emergency training or daily Nets, they are open to any licensed Ham in our Community.  In an effort to support our community during times of emergency, we have the equipment and trained people who can set up a mobile Net Control/Dispatch Center within a just a few hours time. Annually, we also provide ARRG Volunteers and radio gear to many special events like the annual Hood to Coast race, Reach the Beach race, Cycle for Life Ride, Race for the Cure, Portland Marathon and even more!


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