RARC club repeater
Richmond’s first digital voice repeater went on the air on January 28, 2008 when the W4FJ analog repeater on 147.255 MHz was taken off the air, and an Icom D Star repeater was installed. On VHF, we feed a Decibel Products DB 224 that was donated to the Club. In 2010, a UHF module with an output of 443.7125 MHz was added feeding a DB 420 antenna that was donated to the Club by the RATS organization. In October 2013, we installed a digital voice module on 1284.0000 MHz with a – 20 MHz split. The repeater antennas are located 320 feet above average terrain, three blocks from the State Capitol in downtown Richmond. The repeaters are gateway connected.
The RARC D Star net meets Wednesday nights at 8:00pm when all three modules are linked to Reflector 062D. Please join us, and in the meantime, enjoy the areas only D Star repeaters.
See our W4FJ – D Star Gateway Information and repeater code of conduct and guidelines.
This list of repeaters is from https://www.repeaterbook.com/repeaters/index.php?country_code=US&state_id=51 (Virginia’s repeaters). It contains repeaters that are with in 51 miles of the center of all of RARC’s members in the state of Virginia. A point that is about 1.9 miles due north of where Huguenot Rd (147) crosses Chippenham parkway (150). (see picture after the list. The list is in sequence by distance for the center point.
Center of RARC’s Virginia members
If you have any questions or suggested changes to the repeater list. Please let us know.