It is recommended that a user
get the most out of
load this complete list of repeaters
adjacent memories in their radio.
Then, while moving around the
area, it will be a simple matter to step up or down
to stay on the best repeater. They are
linked together, so use the one that
works best at the moment.
The 224.820 repeater on Holy Cross Mtn. in the South Bend/Raymond area covers
most of Pacific County as part of the
The 224.040 repeater,
which is not
has good general stand-alone
for the 1.25-Meter enthusiast. Bring your 220 rig
with you, next time you drop on down to the beach.
Visiting the Beach?
If you are visiting "The Beach",
just about anywhere
between Kalaloch, WA, and Seaside,
OR, bring along
for good general
while you are visiting our area.
Click here to
download our frequency
list brochure for ready reference while on the go.
Although not a part of
some of the
Packet Radio resources associated with the
145.630 MHz Coastal
EOC Packet Network are
co-located, with our repeaters.
Click on the Links, to the
left, for more information on these stations,
included on the repeater site pages.
Internet Radio Linking Project
worldwide connectivity is available in the Long
Beach/Astoria area, on the 444.925 repeater
and at least two simplex nodes elsewhere in our region,
which are not
Click here for more info on our Node.
Click here for more Info on IRLP in general.
Click here for a link to the FCC Enforcement Division website.