Repeaters

Southcentral VHF/UHF Voice Repeaters

The Anchorage Amateur Radio Club supports a network of voice repeaters in Southcentral Alaska. The club’s VHF/UHF Committee is responsible for installation, maintenance, and operation of the system. The AARC Voice Repeater network is open to any properly licensed amateur radio operator.

NOTE: IRLP is not permitted on AARC-owned repeater systems.

These are the primary Southcentral area coordinated voice repeaters currently in operation:

South Central Alaska Repeaters

FrequencyToneCallsignFeaturesCoverageStatus
146.94 -103.5KL7AAAnchorage to Wasilla, Nikiski, Sterling. Located near Flat Top Mtn.Up
224.94 -NoneKL7AAAnchorage to Wasilla, Nikiski, Sterling, Located near Flat Top Mtn.Up
444.70 +103.5KL7AAAnchorage to Wasilla, Nikiski, Sterling, Located near Flat Top Mtn.Up
444.20+NoneKL7AADMR
Color Code: 1
Static Talk Group: 3102 on TS 2
Local Repeater Talk Group: 311181 on TS 2
Anchorage to Wasilla, Nikiski, Sterling, Located near Flat Top Mtn.Up
147.33 +103.5WL7CVGCross-banded to 443.900Very wide Area **
Grubstake Mtn. north of Wasilla and Palmer
Up
443.90 +103.5WL7CVGCross-banded to 147.33Very wide Area **
Grubstake Mtn. north of Wasilla and Palmer
Up
146.67 -103.5KL7AIREnc/DecAnchorage & Glenn Highway NorthUp
146.88 -NoneAL7LEPhone PatchKenai & SoldotnaUp
147.30 +141.3KL7IONVery Wide Area
Mt. Gordon Lyon / Site Summit
Up
146.85 -103.5KL7JFUEnc/DecMatSu ValleyUp
147.30 +100WL7CVVValdezUp

Updated as of 9/17/2019

On repeaters with autopatch capability, emergency communications is immediately available by entering “*911”.

Full listing of Alaska Coordinated Repeaters