Arizona GMRS Repeaters

The following is a list of functioning Southeast Arizona GMRS repeaters. You must have a valid GMRS license to access these; see the Getting a GMRS License article.

Linked Repeaters

The Tucson GMRS Association together with a handful of private repeater owners maintains one of the largest continuously linked GMRS repeater systems in the country; the Southwest Community Radio System, made available free of charge, no dues, to the public. For detailed information on accessing linked repeaters including detailed coverage maps, frequencies, PL tones and the rules of the system, please request access at: https://swcrs.org

Name
(Location)
RX Frequency
(Channel)
ALPINE 725
(Alpine, AZ)
462.725 Mhz
TUCSON 550
(Downtown Tucson, AZ)
462.550 Mhz
TUCSON SIMULCAST SYSTEM
(Sites in Continental Ranch & Dove Mountain)
462.575 Mhz
GUTHRIE 600
(Mt. Guthrie, AZ)
462.600 Mhz
LEMMON 650
(Mt. Lemmon, AZ)
462.650 Mhz
HELIOGRAPH 700
(Heliograph Peak, AZ)
462.700 Mhz
PINAL 675 (COMING SOON)
(Pinal Peak, AZ)
462.675 Mhz

Tucson Area Standalone Repeaters

Name
(Location)
RX Frequency
(Channel)
TX Frequency
(Channel)
Tone
(Privacy Code)
Notes
WEBHIWAY 725
(Mt. Lemmon)
462.725 Mhz
(22R)
467.725 Mhz
(22R)
DPL 051N
(Digital 8)
Owner: WREI289 (John)

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