An amateur radio repeater is an electronic device that receives a weak or low-level amateur radio signal and retransmits it at a higher level or higher power, so that the signal can cover longer distances without degradation. Many repeaters are located on hilltops or on tall buildings as the higher location increases their coverage area, sometimes referred to as the radio horizon, or “footprint”. Amateur radio repeaters are similar in concept to those used by public safety entities (police, fire department, etc.), businesses, government, military, and more. Amateur radio repeaters may even use commercially packaged repeater systems that have been adjusted to operate within amateur radio frequency bands, but more often amateur repeaters are assembled from receivers, transmitters, controllers, power supplies, antennas, and other components, from various sources.

Area Repeaters
TX (MHz) RX (MHz) Tone Out Tone In Call Sign Location Notes
145.1500 144.5500 162.2 162.2 VE3RTR Baltimore ON FM
146.8950 146.2950 162.2 162.2 VE3BUY Baltimore ON FM/Fusion/D-Star
147.0600 147.6600 103.5 103.5 VE3RPT Uxbridge ON FM
147.1200 147.7200 156.7 156.7 VE3OSH Reglan ON FM/Fusion
147.3750 147.9750 103.5 103.5 VE3SPA Pickering ON FM
443.0000 448.0000 136.5 136.5 VE3NAA Reglan ON FM
444.6000 449.6000 103.5 103.5 VE3DAX Pickering ON FM
444.9750 449.9750 162.2 103.5 VE3RTR Baltimore ON FM


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