Here’s our latest effort: 2016repeaters.
This is a listing of 2-meter, 220, and 440 repeaters within 100 miles of Birmingham. Also through in the NOAA radio frequencies by location.
This is an Excel spreadsheet. If you have Excel, or a way to view Excel spreadsheets, that’s ideal. If you have a Gmail account, you can upload the file to Google Drive and view and manipulate it there.
By clicking on whichever columns you want to sort by, you can apply the A-Z sorter. So, you can arrange it by location, or by frequency from high to low, and so on.
NOTE THE TABS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SPREADSHEET!
Please: If you’re able, look over the list and let us know anything you can share, particularly on the less-used repeaters. Email us at [email protected].
My thanks to Grady Evans (W4GLE) who was good enough to compile and share this amazing
It’s much more comprehensive than the more focused thing we’re trying to do here but, wow, I have printed this bad boy out and am keeping it in my car for when I’m driving Alabama!
a user contributed this information on D-Star repeaters in April 2015.