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The following table shows the repeater systems which are operated and maintained by the Tulsa Amateur Radio club. Some of these systems are standalone and some of them are in the UHF linked system as noted below.
For Operational Issues of the systems: firstname.lastname@example.org
Master Control Operator: Gregg Wonderly, W5GGW (918.446.8418)
Google Earth Map of repeater locations (right click save file as)
“All repeaters have a PL tone of 88.5 except if noted differently”
Take a moment to review our Beginners Guide to Repeaters.
TARC Club Repeaters
VHF (2 meter) Repeaters
|East Tulsa, OK||145.170 Analog/Fusion (AMS) 88.5PL||Colocated with 443.850 41st & Lynn Lane in Broken Arrow||TARC|
|Central to West, Tulsa, OK||145.110 Analog/Fusion (AMS) 88.5PL||Lookout Mountain (CH8)||TARC|
|Mannford, OK||147.045 Analog/Fusion (AMS) 88.5PL||Out on Hwy 51 West of Mannford. Co-located with 442.800.||TARC|
|Tulsa, OK||144.390 (APRS Digipeater)||Keetonville Hill||TARC|
UHF (70 cm) Repeaters
|Mannford, OK||442.800 88.5PL||In UHF Linked System. Co-located with 147.045 Out on Hwy 51 West of Mannford||TARC|
|Tulsa, OK||443.750 Analog / Fusion 88.5PL||At Lookout Mountain (CH8) with 443.000 and 145.110 (spare repeater for 850)||TARC|
|Tulsa, Ok||442.000 D-STAR (NOT in Operation)||Looking for Site||TARC|
|Tulsa, OK||443.000 Fusion FULL time Digital||At Lookout Mountain (CH8) with 443.750 and 145.110||TARC|
|Tulsa, OK||443.850 88.5PL||UHF Gateway/Hub in UHF Linked System at 41st and Lynn Lane in Broken Arrow||TARC|
|Mounds, OK||444.600 88.5PL||South West Tulsa UHF Linked System Machine||TARC|
220 (1.25 meter) Mhz Band
|Tulsa, OK||224.38 output / 222.78 input / 88.5PL||41 & Sheridan - Tulsa||TARC|
|Tulsa, OK||53.150 (51.450 input with 88.5 PL)||41 & Sheridan - Tulsa||TARC|
The TARC UHF Linked System
This repeater system is a stable platform to be used in times of emergencies by Amateur Radio Operators. It is designed to support the same area that the National Weather Service and Salvation Army cover. At this time, the system covers about 50,000 square miles of eastern Oklahoma, the southern edge of Kansas and western Arkansas; The central hub repeater is in Tulsa. The system extends to the north and east, to Bartlesville and Ketchum and Decatur, AR. To the west the system has repeaters in Mannford, Ponca City, Stillwater and North Edmond. To the south and east there are repeaters at Mounds, Muskogee, Tahlequah, Cavenal Mountain near Poteau, Fort Smith, AR, McAlester, Blu Mountain near Enterprise and Daisy OK.
The TARC manages and controls the system from the gateway repeater in east Tulsa on 443.850 Mhz. In Tulsa, this repeater system can link with two VHF repeaters for local Nets. The systems primary use is for Weather Nets and wide area community support. A complete list of all the linked repeaters and their current status follows.
The system is open for use to all Amateur Operators at all times except during controlled nets, when traffic is directed through the Control Operator(s). TARC reserves the right to control this system and all systems linked to it.
PLEASE, NO LINKING OR VHF CROSSBAND LINKS TO THE UHF SYSTEM!
The use of base station, mobile radios or other systems, including Internet linking through nodes, EchoLink, IRLP etc, is NOT generally allowed on the UHF linked system. Prior consent of the Master Control Operator and club officers is required to do this. We need to have contact information for the appropriate people in order to have interfering signals better managed should such systems create problems.
Because there are so many repeaters involved, any potential interfering system, needs to be managed by a control operator who can disable it if needed.
Special events with EchoLink and other inter-working technologies can be allowed, we just need to have knowledge of such events/stations so that proper care of the system is possible.
It is strictly necessary to enforce the above restriction. During emergencies and general operation of the link system and the outlying repeater systems that are operated by other clubs and officers, they need to be able to use their equipment. These added systems must meet TARC’s Technical Standards to be allowed on the system. The reason for these requirements is to uphold the integrity of the system. Please contact Gregg Wonderly for Equipment and or Standards.
This system has been proven to work well with a 30-watt mobile radio and dual band 5/8 wave antenna. The rolling terrain in NE Oklahoma can create some fading of signal strength. Home stations have greater access to the system with taller antennas.
We would like to take this opportunity to give “a big thanks” to KJRH(channel 2) and KTUL (channel 8) for tower space to place our link system antennas.
If you or your club would like to link into the system, and/or your area is in a strategic location to provide beneficial coverage, please contact us for more information. Additional financial support for this project is also being sought to help expand the coverage area.
TARC: Wide-Area Link System
|1. Tulsa Gateway||41 & Lynn Lane - Broken Arrow, Ok||443.850 + 88.5PL||TARC|
|2. Bartlesville, OK||SE of Bartlesville, OK||444.425 + 88.5PL||W5RAB|
|3. Mannford, OK||Mannford, OK||442.800 + 88.5PL||TARC|
|4. Mounds, OK||Mounds, OK (SW of Mounds)||444.600 + 88.5PL||TARC|
|5. McAlester, OK||McAlester, OK||444.625 + 88.5PL||McAlester Hams|
|6. Fort Smith, AR||Cavenal Mountain||442.250 + 88.5PL||Ft. Smith Club|
|7. Nowata, OK||Nowata, OK (KOSN)||444.275 + 88.5PL||W5RAB|
|8. Decatur, AR||Decatur, AR||442.850 + PL 123.0||Local Area Hams|
|9. Fayetteville, AR||Fayetteville, AR||444.925 + 88.5PL||Local Area Hams|
|10. Muskogee, OK||Muskogee, OK||443.100 + 88.5PL||Local Area Club|
|11. Afton, OK||Afton, OK||444.875 + 88.5PL||W5RAB|
|13. Ponca City, OK||Ponca City, OK||444.700 + 88.5PL||Local Area Hams|
|14. Stillwater, OK||Stillwater, OK||444.525 + 88.5PL||Stillwater ARC|
|15. Edmond, OK||Edmond, OK||443.925 + 88.5PL||KOSU Engineering|
The following DMR repeaters are operational in the NE Oklahoma area. Some
are supported by the TARC and those marked with a ‘*’ are supported by
others as indicated.
TARC: DMR System
|1. Tulsa South||South of Tulsa, OK||442.1625 CC2 (Down)||TARC|
|2. Tulsa Central||CH 8 Tulsa, OK||442.475 CC2||TARC|
|3. Mannford||Mannford, OK||444.4500 CC1||TARC|
|4. Mounds||Mounds, OK||444.850 CC1||TARC|
|5. Keetonville||Keetonville, OK||442.350 CC1||W5RAB|
|6. Ft. Gibson||Ft. Gibsom, OK||442.125 CC1||WA5VMS|
|7. Bartlesville||Bartlesville, OK||444.475 CC2||W5RAB|
|8. Hogshooter||Hogshooter, OK||442.1875 CC1||W5RAB|
|9. Big Cabin||Big Cabin, OK||443.825 CC1||W5RAB|
|10. Depew||Depew, OK||444.375 CC1||WD5ETD|
|11. Ponca City||Ponca City, OK||444.750 CC1||K5BOX|
* = Affiliated Repeaters not owned by TARC