Local VHF/UHF Voice Repeaters

The Anchorage Amateur Radio Club supports a large 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. 

IRLP is currently not allowed on any KL7AA owned repeater systems. Please see the attached referenced document:  IRLP and AARC

These are the primary South Central area Coordinated voice repeaters currently in operation:

Frequency

Tone

Call Sign

Features

Area

146.94 -

103.5

KL7AA

Cross linked

to 444.70

Anchorage to Wasilla

Flattop Mt.

224.94 -

 

KL7AA


Anchorage Area

Flattop Mt.

444.70 + 103.5 KL7AA

Cross linked

to 146.94

Anchorage Area

Flattop Mt.

147.33 +

103.5

WL7CVF

Cross linked

to 443.900

Very Wide Area **

Grubstake Mountain

443.900 +

Offline

103.5

WL7CVF

Cross linked

to 147.330

Very Wide Area **

Grubstake Mountain

146.67 -

103.5

KL7AIR

Military Club

 ENC/DEC

Anchorage & Glenn Highway North

146.88 -

 

AL7LE

Phone patch

Kenai & Soldotna

147.30 +

141.3

KL7ION

 

Very Wide Area

Mt. Gordon Lyon

146.85 -

offline

 

KL7JFU

Phone patch

MATSU Valley

147.30+ 100 WL7CVV   VALDEZ

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

These are some other amateur repeaters currently in operation in our local area: