2 Meter (144 MHz) and 70 CM (440 MHz)
Repeaters in and Around Lane County, OR

Lane County

 

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2 Meter Repeaters

Standard Offsets Key:
- 0.60
+0.60

Notes Key:
LAC - Large Area Coverage

Output Freq.

Offset Tone Location Notes
 145.170 MHz - 100.0  Eugene  
 145.370 MHz -    Blue River  
 145.450 MHz -    Eugene  
 146.630 MHz - 100.0  Eugene  
 146.660 MHz -    Cottage Grove  
 146.680 MHz -    Junction City  LAC,
 146.720 MHz -    Eugene  
 146.740 MHz - 100.0  Eugene  
 146.760 MHz - 100.0  Saginaw  
 146.780 MHz -    Corvallis  LAC,
 146.800 MHz - 100.0  Florence  
 146.820 MHz -    ?  
 146.880 MHz -    Eugene  
 146.960 MHz -    ?  
 146.980 MHz -    Oakridge  
 147.080 MHz + 100.0  ?  
 147.160 MHz +    Corvallis  OSU Club
 147.180 MHz + 100.0  ?  
 147.360 MHz + 77.0  Eugene  

 

70 CM  Repeaters

Standard Offsets Key:
- 5.00
+5.00

Notes Key:
LAC - Large Area Coverage

Output Freq.

Offset Tone Location Notes
 440.850 MHz + Y  Cottage Grove  
 441.120 MHz + Y  Eugene  
 442.125 MHz + 100.0  Eugene ?  LAC,
 442.570 MHz + 100.0  Florence  
 443.050 MHz +    Springfield  
 443.500 MHz + 100.0  Eugene  
 443.550 MHz +    Eugene  
 443.950 MHz +    Eugene  
 444.450 MHz + Y  Eugene  
 446.070 MHz -    Junction City  

 


Standard offsets

Almost all repeaters use standard frequency offsets for the transmitter, relative to the receiver frequency. These are:

-600 kHz for 2m repeaters with transmitter outputs below 147 MHz,
+600 kHz for 2m repeaters with transmitter outputs above 147 MHz,
-5 MHz for UHF repeaters with transmitter outputs above 445 MHz,
+5 MHz for UHF repeaters with transmitter outputs below 445 MHz,
-12 MHz for 1.2 GHz repeaters with transmitter outputs above 1.282 GHz.


CTCSS Tones (Continuous Tone-Coded Squelch System)

CTCSS is a standard radio squelch technique that uses a subaudible tone on the transmitted signal to control the opening & closing of the receiver squelch. A repeater that doesn't use CTCSS will relay all received signals. A repeater using CTCSS will relay only those signals which have the subaudible tone present.

Some repeaters REQUIRE CTCSS AT ALL TIMES. That means you must enable the CTCSS tone (typically 100.0) on your transmitter, otherwise the repeater will not relay your signal.

*CTCSS is synonymous with PL (Private Line), which is a Motorola copyrighted term for CTCSS.