Repeaters

The Washington County Amateur Radio Club is completely membership-supported – yearly membership dues and donations allow us to provide a number of repeaters with a variety of operating modes. Our repeaters are open for all licensed Amateur Radio operators to use – membership in the club is not required.

Club Analog/Fusion Repeaters

CityFrequency (Offset)Tone / CodeModeNotes
Brenham147.260 MHz (+)PL 103.5Analog FMIn-Service
Brenham443.250 MHz (+) PL 103.5 / DG-ID 00Analog FM / C4FMIn-Service / No Wires-X
Brenham145.390 MHz (-) PL 103.5 / DG-ID 00Analog FM / C4FMIn-Service / No Wires-X
Somerville444.825 MHz (+) PL 100.0 / DG-ID 00Analog FM / C4FMIn-Service / No Wires-X
(-) indicates a negative offset: typically -600kHz for VHF
(+) indicates a positive offset: typically +600kHz for VHF, +5MHz for UHF

Club DMR Repeaters

CityFrequency (Offset)Color CodeTimeslot 1Timeslot 2Notes
Brenham442.275 MHz (+)03TG-9
Local Repeater
Full-Time
TG-9000
Texas Statewide
Brandmeister
Full-Time
In-Service
TG-3148
Texas Statewide
LonestarNet
Full-Time
TG-31484
Southeast Texas
Brandmeister
PTT Activated
(15 Minute Timeout)
TG-31489
Texas TAC
Brandmeister
PTT Activated
(15 Minute Timeout)
(-) indicates a negative offset: typically -600kHz for VHF
(+) indicates a positive offset: typically +600kHz for VHF, +5MHz for UHF

Other Area Repeaters

CityFrequency (Offset)Tone / CodeModeCallsignNotes
Bellville145.410 MHz (-)PL 100.0Analog FMW5SFAStephen F. Austin Radio Club
Bellville146.930 MHz (-)NoneD-StarW5SFAStephen F. Austin Radio Club
Bellville440.700 MHz (+)NoneD-StarW5SFAStephen F. Austin Radio Club
Bellville444.875 MHz (+)DG-ID 00C4FMW5SFAStephen F. Austin Radio Club
Chappel Hill52.350 MHz (-)PL 103.5Analog FMN5MBM
Chappel Hill145.150 MHz (+)PL 103.5Analog FMN5MBM
Chappel Hill224.900 MHz (-)PL 103.5Analog FMN5MBM
Chappel Hill441.300 MHz (+)PL 103.5Analog FMN5MBM
Chappel Hill441.625 MHz (+)PL 103.5Analog FMN5MBM
Chappel Hill927.150 MHz (-)PL 103.5Analog FMN5MBM
Kenney146.620 MHz (-)PL 141.3Analog FMWR5DC
(-) indicates a negative offset: typically -600kHz for VHF
(+) indicates a positive offset: typically +600kHz for VHF, +5MHz for UHF