The Sinbad Desert Amateur Radio Club (SDARC) operates a linked system of repeaters in southeast Utah. So does the Skyline Radio Club. These two systems are linked together and function as a single large system.
|Abajo Peak||Monticello, UT||146.610- 88.5 Hz|
|Bald Mesa||Spanish Valley, UT||146.760- 88.5 Hz|
|Boardinghouse Ridge||Clear Creek, UT||147.080+ 88.5 Hz|
|Boardinghouse Ridge||Clear Creek, UT||222.840+ 88.5 Hz|
|Bruin Point||Sunnyside, UT||147.320+ 88.5 Hz|
|Cedar Mountain||Woodside, UT||147.140+ 88.5 Hz|
|Flat Top||Myton, UT||145.490- 136.5 Hz|
|Ford Ridge||Colton, UT||145.310- 88.5 Hz|
|Grizzly Ridge||Dutch John, UT||147.040+ 136.5 Hz|
|Mount Ellen||Hanksville, UT||147.080+ 136.5 Hz|
|Horn Mountain||Orangeville, UT||147.060+ 88.5 Hz|
|Lake Mountain||Saratoga Springs, UT||147.080+ 77.0 Hz|
|Moab Downtown||Moab, UT||146.900- 88.5 Hz|
|Star Point||Price, UT||147.200+ 88.5 Hz|
I've created a few items which may be useful for DHRA members.
- Printable Repeater List- opens a new window or tab with a simple listing of all the repeaters. Ask your browser to print the new tab to make your own printable list.
- sdarc-chirp.csv - a CSV file with the repeater frequencies that you can load into CHIRP, which can program it into hundreds of different radios