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AZ Repeaters California / Arizona Border

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Frequency Location PL Tone NOTES / COMMENTS / COVERAGE
52.680 PALOMAR MTN 107.2 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
145.120 MT. SAN MIGUEL 107.2 S/E SAN DIEGO CO. COVERAGE
145.200 PALM SPRINGS TRAM 131.8 WIDE COVERAGE I-10
145.280 HI-PASS 107.2 S/E SAN DIEGO CO. COVERAGE ALONG I-8 TO IMPERIAL CO.
145.340 ANZA 107.2 I-8 COVERAGE THROUGH THE BORREGO DESERT
145.360 MT OTAY None SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE
145.380 CHUCKWALLA MTN 162.2 I-10 COVERAGE THROUGH DESERT CENTER
145.440 SUNSET RIDGE 136.5 N6USO IRLP Node 3718 Very Wide Coverage
145.480 PALM SPRINGS TRAM 107.2 WIDE COVERAGE I-10 IRLP Node 3180
146.025 COACHULLA VLY 107.2 I-10 COVERAGE THROUGH DESERT CENTER
146.085 ANZA 107.2 I-8 COVERAGE THROUGH THE BORREGO DESERT
146.265 LYONS PK 107.2 HWY 94 & I-8 S/E COVERAGE & E. SAN DIEGO
146.355 CHUCKWALLA MTN 203.5 I-10 COVERAGE THROUGH DESERT CENTER
146.640 MT OTAY 107.2 SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE
146.670 SUPERSTITION PK 103.5 IMPERIAL SAND DUNES I-8 COVERAGE BRAWLEY
146.700 PALOMAR MTN 107.2 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMOPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
146.730 PALOMAR MTN 107.2 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
146.880 GLAMIS 162.2 HWY-78 & I-8 COVERAGE BETWEEN YUMA & EL CENTRO
146.910 MT OTAY 107.2 SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE
146.895 PINE COVE 118.8 I-10 COVERAGE PALM SPRINGS
146.925 SANTIAGO PK 114.8 WIDE COVERAGE
146.925 MT OTAY 107.2 SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE
146.940 EDOM HILL 107.2 CHOACHELLA VALLEY I-10 COVERAGE
147.000 BLYTHE 203.5 I-10 COVERAGE NEAR STATE LINE
147.030 DESERT CENTER 107.2 HWY-177 & I-10 COVERAGE WEST OF BLYTHE INTO THE CHIRIACO SUMMIT AREA
147.030 PALOMAR MTN 103.5 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMOPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
147.075 PALOMAR MTN 107.2 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
147.090 BLYTHE 123.0 I-10 COVERAGE NEAR STATE LINE
147.120 BLACK MTN 107.2 I-8 COVERAGE THROUGH IMPERIAL VLY CALZONA LINK ECRA
147.130 PALOMAR MTN 107.2 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
147.150 MT LAGUNA 107.2 I-8 COVERAGE INTO SAN DIEGO
147.175 PALOMAR MTN 107.2 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
147.240 MONUMENT PK 103.5 SAN DIEGO COVERAGE EAST INTO IMPERIAL VLY ECRA CALZONA LINK
147.330 Sugarlump Mtn 131.8 Has coverage from much of southern CA to the mountains West of Kingman.
147.915 MT EDNA 123.0 SOUTH OF I-10 GOOD COVERAGE THROGH DESERT AREAS ALONG I-10 OVERLOOKS THE BANNING AREA
223.940 LYONS PK 141.3 HWY 94 & I-8 S/E COVERAGE & E. SAN DIEGO CONDOR CONNECTION
224.180 TORO PK 156.7 WIDE COVERAGE CONDOR CONNECTION
224.380 PALOMAR MTN 107.2 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
224.820 SANTIAGO PK 156.7 WIDE COVERAGE CONDOR CONNECTION
445.640 EDOM HILL 131.8 CHOACHELLA VALLEY I-10 COVERAGE IRLP NODE 3540
445.680 PALM SPRINGS 123.0 LOCAL IN TOWN REPEATER
446.400 PALOMAR MTN 67.0 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
446.640 SANTIAGO PK 151.4 WIDE COVERAGE
446.640 PALM DESERT 141.3 I-10 DESERT COVERAGE THROUGH THE COACHELLA VALLEY
446.750 MONUMENT PK 107.2 SAN DIEGO COVERAGE EAST INTO IMPERIAL VLY ECRA CALZONA LINK
447.000 SO PALOMAR MTN 107.2 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
447.320 EDOM HILL 131.8 CHOACHELLA VALLEY I-10 COVERAGE
447.440 MT OTAY 107.2 SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE
447.480 PINE COVE 156.7 I-10 COVERAGE PALM SPRINGS
447.480 EDOM HILL 141.3 CHOACHELLA VALLEY I-10 COVERAGE
447.580 CHIRIACO SUMMIT 100.0 I-10 WEST OF DESERT CENTER
447.580 MT SAN MIGUEL 123.0 S/E SAN DIEGO CO. COVERAGE
447.640 MT OTAY 100.0 SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE
448.060 SANTIAGO PK 100.0 WIDE COVERAGE
448.900 SANTA ROSA MTN 123.0 WIDE COVERAGE I-10 PALM SPRINGS AND BEYOND
449.080 PALOMAR MTN 100.0 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8
449.160 JAMUL 88.5 SAN DIEGO COVERAGE EAST CAMPO AREA HWY 94
449.180 MONUMENT PK 88.5 SAN DIEGO COVERAGE EAST INTO IMPERIAL VLY ECRA CALZONA LINK
449.200 MT LAGUNA 107.2 I-8 COVERAGE INTO SAN DIEGO
449.280 PINE COVE 123.0 I-10 COVERAGE PALM SPRINGS AREA
449.300 PALOMAR MTN 100.0 WIDE COVERAGE FROM IMPERIAL CO INTO SAN DIEGO ALONG I-8 IRLP NODE 7870
449.500 MT OTAY 107.2 SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE
449.700 PALM SPRINGS TRAM 107.2 I-10 WIDE COVERAGE
449.980 MT OTAY 88.5 SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE
927.5125 MT SAN MIGUEL 123.0 S/E SAN DIEGO CO. COVERAGE
1282.025 SANTIAGO PK 88.5 WIDE COVERAGE
1282.150 SANTIAGO PK 114.8 WIDE COVERAGE
1285.300 MT OTAY 103.5 SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE
1282.625 SANTIAGO PK 82.5 WIDE COVERAGE
1284.375 SANTIAGO PK 127.3 WIDE COVERAGE
1285.800 MT OTAY 88.5 SOUTH SAN DIEGO SOME I-8 COVERAGE

Approximate Sitesí Coverage

Palomar: High Level San Diego Site: 16 miles North-East of Escondido: covers most of San Diego County, especially North County. Our Major San Diego Site.

Otay: High Level San Diego Site: 20 miles South-East of downtown, 2Ĺ miles North of Mexico: covers Downtown San Diego & the South Bay very well, and out east on I-8, and on the coast up thru Orange and L.A. Counties, and the coastal Ventura and Santa Barbara areas. It also covers well into Mexico, at least 2 hours drive time into the interior. Great Metropolitan San Diego Site.

Monument Peak: High Level East San Diego Site: 2 miles North of Mt. Laguna, 48 miles West of El Centro, and 105 miles West of Yuma, Arizona: covers east San Diego County, Imperial County, El Centro, Brawley, the Salton Sea, Blythe, Yuma, AZ and the Anza-Borrego desert area.

Santiago Peak: High Level Los Angeles Site: 19 miles East of Santa Ana: covers most of Five Counties: Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and San Diego Counties. Our Major L.A. Site. This site covers more population than any other site in the State of California. Itís awesome.

Santa Rosa: Very High Level Desert Site; 14 miles South of Palm Desert, covers most of the desert, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Thousand Palms, Indio, Twenty Nine Palms, out I-10 into Blythe and the Colorado River, and beyond into Arizona. It also covers the high desert areas of Victorville, Barstow, Baker.

Santa Rosa: Very High Level Desert Site; 14 miles South of Palm Desert, covers most of the desert, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Thousand Palms, Indio, Twenty Nine Palms, out I-10 into Blythe and the Colorado River, and beyond into Arizona. It also covers the high desert areas of Victorville, Barstow, Baker.

Sugurlump Mtn Sugarlump is a mountain summit in San Bernardino County. Sugarlump climbs to 8,789 feet coverage from much of southern CA to the mountains West of Kingman.

Toro Peak is located in the Santa Rosa Mountains, southeast of Palm Springs, California. At 8,716 feet, Toro Peak enjoys a commanding view of the Lower Desert. Toro Peak is linked via dedicated 420 MHz links to Frazier Mountain and Hayden Peak. Good mobile coverage is provided from the Banning Pass I-10, East to Desert Center and South into Mexico and Yuma, Arizona.

Upper Mt. Potosi - Las Vegas, NV Upper Potosi is located 23 miles Southwest of Las Vegas, NV. This site offers I-15 coverage from Barstow to St. George, UT. Major city coverage includes: Las Vegas, Henderson, Parhump, Primm and Kingman. This site’s elevation is: 8540 ft.

Crossman Peak - Lake Havasu, AZ Crossman Peak is located 8 miles East of Lake Havasu City, AZ. and includes coverage along the Colo. River Area. Additional coverage includes: Parker, Lake Havasu City, Havasu Springs, Laughlin, Quartzite and Kingman. This site’s elevation is: 4600 ft.

Lyons Peak -The coverage of the repeater extends to most of San Diego County and into parts of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

Guadalupe Peak - is located just east of the Quartzsite, Arizona area,at 2520 feet. The link signal from Guadalupe is transmitted simultaneously to White Tanks, NW of Phoenix and to Toro Peak, south of Palm Desert, CA., then on to Frazier Mountain, the hub of the system. The coverage of the repeater extends to most of the eastern desert of California along the I-10 Highway, and most of the western desert of Arizona and the metropolitan area of Phoenix. Condor 220 system.

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