AZGMRS Club Repeaters
AZGMRS maintains the Phoenix High Power 550 repeater, covering the Phoenix Metro area, and well beyond in some areas. Mountain top installations are always the best, and it’s tough to get a repeater on a mountain here in the Phoenix area. Dues from members go to the maintenance and associated fees with placing the repeaters in the highly competitive locations. The other repeaters listed are maintained by club members. We also have several use agreements with other repeater owners around the state.
Phoenix High Power 550
462.550 MHz – 50 Watts – Narrow Band
The club’s own repeater is located on the White Tank Mountains in the west valley and has has excellent coverage in and out of the city with it’s elevation at 4000′ and operating at a full 50 watts of power. This repeater has a backup propane generator to keep the repeater operating during power failures.
462.700 MHz – 20 Watts – Narrow Band
Owned and operated by a club member, this repeater is situated on a hilltop at about 2600′, the repeater antenna utilizes a corner reflector to reach out into the southwest, with decent coverage in the valley.
462.725 MHz – 40 Watts – Narrow Band
Owned and operated by a club member, the Mesa 725 repeater, is excellent for local coverage in central Mesa and the surrounding areas. At 1200′ ASL, it’s solid 40 watts is a strong signal.
462.650 MHz – 20 Watts – Narrow Band
Owned and operated by a club member. Located in central Flagstaff.