ARS W9PCi - Central Point, Oregon

 145.330 / 444.100
146.620 / 444.200
147.060 / 147.240 / 444.300
IRLP Nodes 7700 / 3414 / 3383
Echolink Node 385956

North Rogue Valley Repeater Group


The North Rogue Valley Repeater Group (NRVRG) is dedicated to providing and supporting amateur radio repeaters in Southern Oregon.  Both conventional and digital repeaters are available to licensed amateur radio operators with emphasis on supporting Emergency Radio communications.

NRVRG offers EchoIRLP nodes, Wires-X rooms and will be implementing OPENSPOT connectivity soon;  OpenSpot offers cross-connection to most of the digital modes to include DMR, D-STAR, System Fusion (C4FM), P25, POCSAG, APRS messaging and other modes.  See OPENSPOT 3 to learn more.

NRVRG supports the AREDN network, CERTS and ARES groups throughout Southern Oregon.  Click on "Digital" for more info.

Please be sure to use the repeaters listed below and some of the newer "digital" modes.  We will be adding features this summer that support your digital radio modes of operation.  Email us with your ideas at

Repeaters supported by NRVRG... (See note 5)  Updated 9/22/2020

145.330- Analog PL123 W9PCI Blackwell Central Point Dedicated to Analog FM operations
146.620-1 Analog PL123 W9PCI Near I-5 POE Ashland New TKR-750-1 w/RC-210
147.060+6 Fixed Digital C4FM W9PCI Roxy Ann QTH Medford Dedicated to "digital" C4FM operations
147.240+2 Analog PL123 W9PCI n/a Medford Currently bench testing
444.100+ Analog PL123 W9PCI n/a Rogue River Currently bench testing
444.200+ Analog PL100 W9PCI Roxy Ann QTH Medford Analog FM (DTMF control of Links)
444.300+ AMS4 PL123 W9PCI n/a Medford Digital and conventional analog - AMS mode
146.720- Analog PL131.8 KL7VK North of Town Rogue River Conventional analog "FM"
147.380+3 AMS4 PL131.8 KL7VK QTH Central Point Digital and conventional analog - AMS mode
443.150+ Analog PL136.5 KL7VK QTH Central Point Conventional analog "FM"
146.840- Analog PL123 K7JAX Baldy Medford Limited use - faulty feed-line to be repaired
440.225+5 AMS4 PL131.8 K7RVM RV Manor Medford Digital and conventional analog - AMS mode

1-EchoIRLP (3383) | 2-EchoIRLP (3414) | 3-Connected to FTM-400D hosting Wires-X

4-Auto Mode Select (AMS) DN-Digital (C4FM), VW - Digital (C4FM) Voice Wide, FM - Conventional Analog FM

5-Repeaters with digital capability supported by non-NRVRG members

6-This is a "Digital ONLY" C4FM repeater; it will not respond to conventional analog FM.

NOTE:  All RF transmissions are "analog" with FM variations to accommodate "digital" information (Read more)

Some History...

The hobby of amateur radio is interesting after more than 60 years and has undergone many technology changes over those years.  Building and operating an ARS brings together many disciplines that enable communications around the world.  Now with computer technology and the Internet, amateur radio has been extended into the digital world.

Many amateurs still operate "valve" construction radios so that tube technology, available at the beginning of radio, lives on; some examples show to the right.

Flex 5000c

Today, radios have become very small, utilize processors to run computer programs, and have the ability of change features through software updates - Software Defined Radio (SDR) - "Flex radios", "SoftRock", etc.



January 12, 2022 - New AREDN SkyAware (FlightAware) service on CPMesh Network read more

December 28, 2021 - New List of Mesh Radios  read more

December 10, 2021 - New "example" of downloadable / fillable ICS Forms read more

December 8, 2021 - New AREDN map read more

Dece,ber  8, 2021 - Updated AREDN Guidelines for "CPMesh"  read more

November 24, 2020 - KY6N's COVID-19 Student Desk Project read more

September 17, 2020 - C4FM Setup Info Document  read more

September 16, 2020 - New IMRS on GP-ID10 (147.060)  read more

August 13, 2020 - New Fusion C4FM Repeater on 147.060+  read more

Featured Homebrew / Modification Projects

Icom 2KL Power Supply Modification - (Details and photos)

KR7KP (was KK6OS) - Model Navy Ship (ask him for details and more photos

Build your own microphone - provided by K6PRK.   Specifically for use with the FT-2000.  Instructions.

Mechanical speech processor anyone can build, compliments of K6VHP/sk.  Example.