Verified Dallas / Fort Worth 70-centimeter FM Frequencies
by joel Sampson - N5LXI

This list was created so I could program a new radio several years ago. It is a list of Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex repeaters that I can work from my QTH in East Dallas (Lake Highlands, just north of White Rock Lake).

The repeaters were verified with a Kenwood TS-2000 running 50 watts output into a Comet CX-333 antenna at about 28 feet on a chimney mount. Many of these repeaters could also be worked with less power.

If you have comments or corrections, E-mail joel.

June 2012 update news: The 440 MHz Dallas/Fort Worth Verified Repeater List had quite a few changes. I dropped come closed repeaters and several new machines, plus the usual updates.

The input is always plus 5 MHz on these repeaters. Most require PL tone

 

Mem Output Tone
City Call Notes
1 441.325 162.2
Rowlett KC5OZH
2 441.375 141.3
Heath KK5PP New listing
3 441.525 141.3
Rockwall KK5PP
4 441.550 110.9
Duncanville KG5LL New listing
5 441.675

Fort Worth K5AMM GB ARC, weak
6 441.800 107.2
Coppell KD5OEW Coppell ARC - New listing
7 441.875 131.8
Richardson W5ROK RC ARC
8 441.900 110.9
Colleyville W5RV
9 441.925 110.9
Dallas W5EBQ New tone
10 441.950 162.2
Dallas KC5OZH
11 442.100 100.0
Cedar Hill N5IUF
12 442.125 156.7
Fort Worth NA5GFH
13 442.175 110.9
Southlake N1OZ
14 442.275 110.9
Dallas N5ZW
15 442.400 110.9
Cedar Hill W5MAY
16 442.425 110.9
Dallas W5FC DARC
17 442.500 110.9
Dallas W5JBP SWR Society
18 442.550

Allen WB5WPA
19 442.575 127.3
McKinney N5GI NTX RA
20 442.625 110.9
Mesquite AK5DX
21 442.650 110.9
Carrollton N5MJQ METRO CARC
22 442.675 110.9
Irving WA5CKF Irving RC
23 442.700 110.9
Garland K5QHD Garland ARC
24 442.825 110.9
Bedford N5VAV
25 442.850 110.9
Hurst KM5HT
26 443.000 110.9
Dallas N5DA
27 443.125 110.9
Keene KC5PWQ
28 443.150 110.9
Fort Worth N5PMB
29 443.200 100.0
Melissa W5MRA
30 443.325 110.9
Richardson NT5NT Nortel ARC
31 443.375 162.2
Mesquite N5AIB
32 443.525 118.8
Denton WA5LIE DC ARA
33 443.550 162.2
Rockwall K5GCW
34 443.775 110.9
Venus WS5J
35 443.800 103.5
Van Alstyne W5VAL New listing
36 443.875 110.9
Grapevine N5EOC
37 443.900 71.9
Greenville N5SN
38 444.025 110.9
Dallas W5DRH
39 444.050 110.9
Denton W5NGU Denton Co. ARA
40 444.075 110.9
Dallas K5MET
41 444.100 110.9
Fort Worth K5FTW
42 444.200 100.0
Arlington K5SLD Arlington ARC
43 444.250 79.7
Plano K5PRK Plano ARK
44 444.275 103.5
Weatherford W0BOE Strong
45 444.325 110.9
Haslet K9MK
46 444.400 156.7
Decatur KA5PQK Strong
47 444.450 110.9
Carrollton K5AB Update
48 444.500

Cedar Hill W5AUY
49 444.675 110.9
Richardson N5UA DFW RBA – New listing
50 444.700 110.9
Southlake N5EOC NET ARC – New listing
51 444.800 110.9
Irving AL7HH New listing
52 444.850 110.9
Flower Mound N5ERS New listing
53 444.900 110.9
Fort Worth N5NVJ
54 446.000 n/a
n/a n/a National Call Simplex

 

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The repeaters are listed in frequency order. The first column,memory, is where I programmed them in my radios.

The frequency listed is the output frequency of the repeater. Theinput is always plus 5 MHz on these 440 repeaters. Many modern radiosautomatically set standard repeater offsets.

The next column, Tone, indicates the CTCSS frequency. In order to reduce interference most repeaters use a CTCSS, Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System. These tones are sometimes referred to as PL tones, a Motorola Trademark, which stands for Private Line. The low frequency tone is indicated in Hertz. Tones listed in parentheses have tones listed but do not seem be required. Some repeaters only turn on tone access at night.

The next columns are the city, call sign, and any comments I have about the repeater.

Copyright 2006 - 2012 by joel Sampson, All Rights Reserved.


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