Local Repeaters

Location Output
Frequency

Offset
PL or
CTCSS
Repeater
Call      
Notes
Brooklyn CT147.225+156.7K1MUJEcholink
47825
Waterford CT146.97156.7W1NLCC4FM
Groton CT146.67156.7W1NLC Echolink KC1TWR-R 575129
Norwich CT
146.73156.7N1NW Echolink NA1CN-R 711268
Norwich CT449.725156.7N1NWLinked with 146.73
Salem CT147.06+156.7W1DXEcholink W1DX-R 342027
New London
CT
146.865156.7W1CGACoastguard
Academy
Vernon CT146.7982.5W1HDNPioneer Valley Radio Assoc
Vernon CT147.345+151.4KB1AEVEcholink
147345
Coventry RI147.165+67.0N1JBCEcholink
442548
Coventry RI145.210192.8N1JL
Westerly RI147.390+67.0NB1RI
Montauk NY145.270136.5WZ2Y

Repeater listings will always show the repeater’s output frequency.   Repeaters are usually set up with standard input frequency offsets as shown in the table below.   If a repeater does not conform to the standard, the non-standard input frequency will be indicated in the listing.

Most modern transceivers will automatically make the correct offset if they are set to “Auto Repeater” or “Duplex” depending on the terminology used by the manufacturer

For example: If you listen to a repeater on 146.73 you must transmit on 146.13

Repeater Output Frequency Repeater Input Frequency Offset

  • 51-52 – 0.5 MHz
  • 52-54 – 1.0 MHz
  • 144.51-144.89 +0.6 MHz
  • 145.11-145.49 – 0.6 MHz
  • 146.0-146.39 +0.6 MHz
  • 146.61-147.0 – 0.6 MHz
  • 147.0-147.39 +0.6 MHz
  • 147.6-147.99 – 0.6 MHz
  • 223-225 – 1.6 MHz
  • 440-445 +5.0 MHz
  • 445-450 -5.0 MHz
  • 918-922 -12 MHz
  • 927-928 -25 MHz