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Amateur Radio Repeater Maps:

from KC0DMH on September 23, 2007
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Check out this awesome new feature on!

You can now view the Amateur Radio Repeater Directory visually utilizing Google Maps! You can view repeaters by state or search for the closest repeater to your location!

For US repeaters:

For Canadian repeaters:

Special thanks to David Levine for helping us with this project!

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Amateur Radio Repeater Maps:  
by KG4RUL on September 23, 2007 Mail this to a friend!
In many cases, what you get is a great map to the repeater trustee's mailing address.
Amateur Radio Repeater Maps:  
by W4KPA on September 24, 2007 Mail this to a friend!
Nice idea, but it depends on more precise and complete information being entered into it. I found one whole city misplaced by 50 miles in Tennessee (Lafollette is not between Sevierville and Newport) and several very active repeaters are not listed at all.
RE: Amateur Radio Repeater Maps:  
by N4CQR on September 25, 2007 Mail this to a friend!
Noticed two things.

146.715 in Berea, KY. The location more closely matches the trustee's address rather than the physical location of the repeater. A value derived from the license I guess.

Two repeaters in Richmond, KY are missing completely. They appear on the list but not the maps.

Interesting none the less.


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