Repeaters: 420 – 450 MHz

The RMRL has five repeaters in the 70 centimeters band as follows:

RMRL REPEATER W0WYX/R

Output: 449.100
Input: 444.100
Location: Special Events Repeater

This repeater is also node #3494 on the Internet Radio Linking Project (IRLP) linked system.

Squaw Mountain Repeaters
Squaw Mountain Repeaters
RMRL REPEATER K1DUN/R

Output: 449.450
Input: 444.450
Location: Squaw Mountain (W of Denver) @ 11,440 ft. MSL
Access: 103.5 Hz CTCSS required/127.3 Hz CTCSS transmitted.

This is the RMRL’s other wide-area coverage repeater. The .45 is available for general use at all times.

In an attempt to reduce interference the 449.450 repeater has been configured to receive the 103.5 Hz CTCSS tone and transmit a 127.3 Hz CTCSS tone.

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Guy Hill Repeater
RMRL REPEATER KI0GO/R

Output: 449.750
Input: 444.750
Location: Guy Hill (NW of Golden) @ 8,300 ft. MSL
Access: 103.5 Hz CTCSS

This machine offers an intermediate level of coverage similar to that of the 145.220 MHz repeater and provides very good HT coverage in the Denver Metro area.  The 449.750 repeater is shared with the club’s POCSAG paging system that is available to RMRL members.   This machine is available for general use at all times.

RMRL REPEATER W0WYX/R

Output: 449.825
Input: 444.825
Location: Broomfield @ 6,000 ft. MSL
Access: 103.5 Hz CTCSS required
This repeater is linked with the 146.94 repeater from Squaw Mountain and offers coverage along the foothills and into Boulder where the .94 repeater is shadowed.

This repeater was installed at the request of the Skywarn group to allow access to the 146.940 repeater from the new NWS facility in Boulder.