Websites with maps of repeater locations
If you are traveling to a new area and looking for the local repeaters there are a number of online tools that can help. Here a few links that have repeater details and which make use of Google maps.
- http://k5ehx.net/repeaters/qrepeater.php A webpage created by K5EHX that allows the repeaters in a particular location to be found and displayed on a Google map. A range indicator is given as well as tabulated information including frequency, offset and PL tones. This site appears to be only for US repeaters.
- http://www.artscipub.com/repeaters/ Select a state and then a town for repeater details. The map shows the area but no repeater location is marked on it.
- http://www.ham-shack.com/can_repeater.html For Canadian repeaters. This site shows a map of the town or city location of the repeater and then a tabbed listing. There may be some old data here as I see the VE3MPC repeater located in Ottawa which has not been operational for a few years. Despite that a good listing of repeaters. There is a similar US repeater map at http://www.ham-shack.com/repeater.html.
- http://www.jfindu.net/DSTARRepeaters.aspx Moving world-wide now. This map lists the DSTAR repeaters and gateways. Adding further functionality is another map that shows the DSTAR repeaters with recent activity.
Please add a comment if you are aware of any other sites with maps of repeaters.