Tucson Metro Area GMRS Repeaters

The following is a list of functioning Tucson metro area GMRS repeaters. You must have a valid GMRS license to access these; see the Getting a GMRS License article. Use of Tucson GMRS Association affiliated repeaters is subject to the Terms of Use.

Name
(Location)
Output Frequency
(Channel)
Input Frequency
(Channel)
Tone
(Privacy Code)
Notes
TUCSON 550
(Central Tucson)
462.550 Mhz
(15R)
467.550 Mhz
(15R)
173.8 Hz
(28, 30, 32)
(1)
RINCON 575
(Rita Ranch)
462.575 Mhz
(16R)
467.575 Mhz
(16R)
141.3 Hz
(22, 23)
(1)
UMC 600
(Central, near UMC)
462.600 Mhz
(17R)
467.600 Mhz
(17 R)
141.3 Hz
(22, 23)
(3)
MARANA 650
(Marana & Northwest Tucson)
462.650 Mhz
(19R)
467.650 Mhz
(19R)
141.3 Hz
(22, 23)
(1)
WEBHIWAY 725
(Mt. Lemmon)
462.725 Mhz
(22R)
467.725 Mhz
(22R)
DPL 051N
(Dig. 8, 46)
(4)
PORTABLE 725
(Portable)
462.725 Mhz
(22 R)
467.725 Mhz
(22 R)
141.3 Hz
(22, 23)
(2)

Notes:
(1) Part of the Tucson GMRS Linked System; please direct all inbound internet link connections to the Arizona GMRS hub, myGMRS node 20400
(2) This is a portable, field deployable repeater that is generally not online except when operational needs require it, such as special events or emergency operations.
(3) This is a standalone repeater available for public use operated by Rick, WRFN463. This repeater is not affiliated with the Tucson GMRS Association.
(4) This is a standalone repeater available for public use operated by John, WREI289. This repeater is not affiliated with the Tucson GMRS Association.

Linked Systems:

The TGA Repeater system hosts the myGMRS National Node in Dallas, Texas. We feature regular links to GMRS groups in New Mexico, Texas, North Carolina, and the mid-west.

Audio Stream:

You can listen to live audio using the web player below, you can also open the audio stream in many audio players using the following URL: https://stream.mygmrs.com/20400

Arizona GMRS Hub Stream

TGA Composite Coverage:

The composite coverage map of TGA linked repeaters is as follows, click to enlarge. Green and yellowish-green have good coverage, yellow is likely to be marginal.

Suggestions:

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