Repeaters

Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club Repeaters

The Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club maintains five repeaters in the southern and central Black Hills. All use standard repeater offsets.

  • Battle Mountain (near Hot Springs) 146.700 MHz Tone 146.2 Encode & Decode (currently off the air)
  • Mount Coolidge (Custer State Park) 147.120 MHz Tone 146.2 Encode & Decode
  • Custer 147.090 MHz Tone 146.2 Encode & Decode
  • Pay Dirt (west of Custer) 147.150 MHz Tone 146.2 Encode and Decode
  • Bear Mountain (north of Custer) 53.170 MHz Tone 146.2 Encode only (52.170 MHz input) 6 meter repeater!

Northern Hills Linked Repeaters

The Northern Hills Amateur Radio Club maintains a system of three linked VHF repeaters that provide coverage to northeastern Wyoming, western South Dakota, and northwestern Nebraska. All use the standard repeater offsets.

  • Radar Hill (near Rapid City) 146.940 MHz Tone 146.2 Encode only
  • Terry Peak (near Lead) 146.760 MHz Tone 146.2 Encode only
  • Bear Mountain (north of Custer) 146.850 MHz Tone 146.2 Encode only

South Dakota Linked Repeaters

The South Dakota Amateur Radio Council maintains a network of statewide linked repeaters.
Click here for map.

Nebraska Panhandle Repeaters

All use the standard repeater offsets.

  • Chadron 147.360 MHz no tone
  • Unknown 147.180 MHz no tone
  • Gordon 146.670 MHz Tone 146.2 Encode only