The ARRL Repeater Directory® is a must-have directory of on-air repeaters and the perfect addition to any emergency "go-kit." Refer to it whenever you're on the move or want to find local activity. It includes “crowdsourced” listings contributed by users, repeater owners, and volunteer frequency coordinators. This means more listings, and updated more often.
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Please Note: The repeater listings that appear in The ARRL Repeater Directory are provided by RFinder, Inc. If a repeater has been omitted, or if a listing is inaccurate, please report this directly to RFinder via the RFinder smartphone app, or on the web at rfinder.net/blog/add-repeaters.