ROARS Repeaters and APRS

ROARS maintains several repeaters and APRS nodes for amateur radio use.


2-meter voice repeater
  • Callsign KD6RSQ
  • 145.300 MHz
  • Negative offset (-)
  • 88.5 Hz tone
  • System Fusion capable
  • Connected to the Allstar Link Network as node number 2089
  • Connected to Echolink as node 202529 [Currently down]
  • Autopatch capable, contact ROARS for access information
  • Good coverage for the Ramona, limited coverage down the hill
  • Battery backup for short outages
70cm voice repeater
  • Callsign KD6RSQ
  • 445.760 MHz
  • Negative offset (-)
  • 88.5 Hz tone
  • System Fusion Capable
  • Connected to the Allstar Link Network as node number 2088
  • Good coverage for the Ramona, limited coverage down the hill
APRS digipeater
  • KD6RSQ-10 located in Julian, CA
  • 144.390 MHz
  • provides good coverage over most of San Diego County
GMRS Repeater
  • Tyler (KG6HUF & WRAL546) has set up a solar/battery powered GMRS repeater covering most all of Ramona with an HT.  Give it at try at:
  • 462.725 MHz, + 5 MHz, PL 110.9 
Attached below is a list of most all repeaters in the San Diego area.

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Steve Sampson,
Jul 5, 2018, 9:35 AM
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