Puget Sound Repeaters

Some local area repeaters

Frequency (MHz)
Offset Tone Up/Down* Call sign Location
53.190 -1.7 MHz 100 K7HW Tacoma/Pierce County
53.390 -1.7 MHz 100 K7TGU King County, East Tiger Mountain
53.410 -1.7 MHz 100/100 W7PFR Eatonville/Pierce County
53.570 -1.7 MHz 100 W7SIX Olympia/Thurston County, Capitol Peak
145.210 -0.6 MHz 141.3 W7DK North Tacoma/Pierce County
145.330 -0.6 MHz 179.9 K7NWS King County, West Tiger Mountain
145.370 -0.6 MHz 136.5 W7AAO Enumclaw/Pierce County, Grass Mountain
145.470 -0.6 MHz 100 K7CPR Olympia/Thurston County, Capitol Peak
146.620 -0.6 MHz 103.5 WW7RA Bremerton/Kitsap County, Gold Mountain
146.660 -0.6 MHz 103.5 WA7ST Seatac/King County
146.700 -0.6 MHz 103.5 W7EAT Eatonville/Pierce County
146.760 -0.6 MHz 103.5 WA7FW Federal Way/King County
146.820 -0.6 MHz 103.5 K7LED King County, East Tiger Mountain
146.940 -0.6 MHz 103.5 K7HW Tacoma Mall/Pierce County
147.040 +0.6 MHz 103.5 WA7FW Federal Way/King County
147.080 +0.6 MHz 110.9 W7WWI King County, Tiger Mountain
147.240 +0.6 MHz 123 K7SYE Auburn/King County
147.280 +0.6 MHz 103.5/103.5 W7DK Central Tacoma/Pierce County
147.380 +0.6 MHz 103.5/103.5 W7DK Olympia/Thurston County, Crawford Mountain
223.980 -1.6 MHz 100 N7NW King County, East Tiger Mountain
224.120 -1.6 MHz 103.5 K7LED King County, East Tiger Mountain
224.180 -1.6 MHz 103.5 W7EAT Graham/Pierce County
224.460 -1.6 MHz 103.5 NT7H Olympia/Thurston County, Crawford Mountain
440.625 +5 MHz 103.5/103.5 W7DK Central Tacoma/Pierce County
441.400 +5 MHz 103.5 NT7H Olympia/Thurston County, Crawford Mountain
442.650 +5 MHz 103.5 WW7RA Bremerton/Kitsap County, Gold Mountain
442.725 +5 MHz 103.5/103.5 W7EAT Eatonville/Pierce County
443.975 +5 MHz 103.5 W7PFR Eatonville/Pierce County

 

Mount Rainier area repeaters (normally linked)

Frequency (MHz) Offset Tone Up/Down* Call sign Location
145.410 -0.6 MHz 162.2/162.2 WB7DOB Crystal Mountain
146.780 -0.6 MHz 103.5/103.5 WW7CH Paradise
147.300 +0.6 MHz 88.5/88.5 WB7DOB Three Sisters
145.250 -0.6 MHz tbs... K7DNR Puyallup Ridge (coming soon, not yet linked)

The primary use of this repeater system is for all-risk/SAR incidents and special events that involve the use of amateur radio. These linked repeaters are intended to provide for 100% radio coverage around Mt Rainier and can be unlinked when necessary.


* CTCSS tone Up requires that your radio transmit this tone to activate the repeater.  CTCSS tone Down (if specified) indicates that the repeater itself will transmit this tone, so you may optionally condition your radio to open the squelch only when the Down tone is present.

 

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Last update:  10/28/2018