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This page contains information and links to sources of repeater information. Some sources are free and others are chargeable.

Please contact me via the email address at the bottom of the page if you know of other useful sources of repeater information and I will include them in the tables below.

 

Sites providing free downloadable repeater information

G0LFP's UK repeater generator G0LFP has written an online system to create lists of UK repeaters based on on your selection of band and location. You can export data suitable for import into G4HFQ memory management programs - choose FTBasic for FT-8x7 radios, else choose FTB Standard.
RepeaterBook From the website:

"Welcome to the best resource for amateur radio repeater information in the United States and Canada. We have the most up-to-date amateur radio repeater listings (updated by you, our admins, and repeater coordinators). This site is different than others because we use local admins that collect repeater data. No repeater directory can be 100% up-to-date, but we believe this one is more up-to-date and comprehensive than any other you can find. Visitors are invited to update and add listings. You can also rate and comment on the repeaters.

We have comprehensive repeater data for repeaters utilizing IRLP, Echolink, AllStar, WIRES, DMR (including MOTOTrbo), NXDN, and APCO 25. This is your one-stop shop for repeater data. We cross-reference EchoLink, IRLP, and AllStar status and offer many export functions for Google Maps, Google Earth, Excel, CHIRP and other programming software platforms.

All visitors are invited to register. Registered users gain access to greater content, features, and convenience. It's completely free. "

You can export data suitable for import into G4HFQ memory management programs. From the Export dropdown choose the G4HFQ option. Then choose the FTBasicMMO format which can be read by all of my memory management programs as well as FTBCAT to populate the memory grid.

   

Sites providing chargeable downloadable repeater information

RFinder The RFinder Worldwide Repeater Directory is a steadily growing worldwide repeater directory including IRLP, Echolink, AllStart, DStar, MotoTRBO and Winlink information. It is a subscription service which is paid every year.

Save the repeater data in Travel Plus for Repeaters (.TPE) format. This format can be directly imported by all of the G4HFQ memory management software except for FTBasicMMO which requires using the Convert memory files commond on the Tools menu to produce a FTBasic format CSV file. See the appropriate Help file for the procedure to follow for .TPE files.

RFinder is an evolving service and it is not viable for me to provide up-to-date instructions on how to produce and save the .TPE files. In the event of difficulties with this process please contact RFinder for assistance.

   
   
   

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