Juneau Amateur Radio Club, Inc.
JARC's Downtown Juneau Repeater (KL7JRC-R) is located on Mt. Roberts, seen here from across the channel in Douglas, Alaska. No need to worry about your handy talkie from cruise ships as the repeater is a thousand feet above you!
Yukon Amateur Radio Association repeater map page link. Click HERE
Repeater Status (as of 04/2016) See latest Newaletter for current operations
As noted, some of these repeaters are linked. All are open repeaters and visitors are welcome. Repeater use is encouraged; simplex doesn't work all that well in our hilly terrain. Please frequently pause so other traffic has an opportunity to break.
Repeater Location H - T Frequencies Condition
MT. Roberts tramway
Not operating, equipment removed
Not operating, needs minor repairs
Juneau Private IRLP Repeaters
KL2ZZ 147.120 (+0.6) 123 Hz sub audible tone
WA6AXO 444.700 (+5.0) 141.3 Hz sub audible tone
WA6AXO 146.880 (-0.6) 100 Hz sub audible tone
KLOTN 147.420 simplex 100 Hz sub audible tone
Starting October 1,2014 the Juneau repeaters will require a 100Hz encoded tone! See October newsletter.
Yukon Amateur Radio Association Repeater: Chilly Ridge 146.940 (-0.6) 100 Hz sub audible tone
Juneau/Alaska Nets to participate/listen to:
NET Website Frequency in MHZ Time (AK)
Alaska Pacific Net http://alaskapacificnet.org/ 14.292 MHz USB M-F 8:30 AM
Alaska Snipers net http://snipersnet.kl7.net/ 3.920 MHz LSB Daily 6:30 PM
Alaska Bush Net 7.093 MHz LSB Daily 8:00 PM
Motley Net 3.933 MHz LSB Daily 9:00 PM
Club Roll Call net Tuesday 7:00 PM
Eaglecrest repeater now connected to YARA linked repeater network, 147.360 (+0.6) 100 Hz sub audible tone