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Repeater Groups

Local Repeater Groups

While many FM repeaters are operated by amateur radio clubs, there are also some individual hams in the Winston-Salem area who have invested considerable time and talent (and maybe, just maybe, a dollar or two) to maintain their own groups of repeaters.

W4SNA Repeaters
Sauratown Mtn. & Young's Mtn.
Young's Mtn. (Cleveland, NC): 53.310 (-) (100.0)
Sauratown Mtn.: 53.950 (-) (100.0)
Sauratown Mtn.: 146.790 (-) (107.2)
Sauratown Mtn.: 444.750 (+) (100.0)
Sauratown Mtn.: 442.6375 (+) (DMR)

The W4SNA repeater system was established to promote fellowship among amateur radio operators in NC and VA and to encourage 6m FM activity. The repeater system covers a large portion of Piedmont North Carolina and some of  southwestern Virginia. The two 6m repeaters and the 444.750 repeater are linked full time.

 Triad Repeater System
High Point - Thomasville - Kernersville
Website: triadrepeatergroup.webs.com
More Info: www.qrz.com/db/kf4ova

Visit the website for a complete and current list of repeater frequencies, or go to KF4OVA's page on QRZ.com.

The Triad Repeater System (sometimes also called the Piedmont Repeater System) was established by KF4OVA for the promotion of fellowship and ham radio activity. By linking repeaters on different bands -- 70cm, 1.25m, 2m, and 6m -- the system gives local operators a choice as to which band they want to use (and how many different radios they need to buy!) while still allowing them to talk to all their friends. The system is also linked to both EchoLink (KF4OVA-R, Node 477057) and IRLP (Node 8311).

Last updated 23 July 2015

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