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Amateur Radio Relay Group.inc

Serving the Amateur Radio Community since 1977


The Amateur Radio Relay Group, Inc. (ARRG) is an Oregon Non-Profit 501C (3) public service organization. ARRG owns and operates the eighteen plus VHF and UHF repeaters that make up the statewide K7RPT Repeater system. ARRG is primarily supported by member donations from generous users of the K7RPT Repeater System like you!

ARRG provides professionally built communication repeaters, radios, and support at no cost to the Amateur Radio Community, members of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service and Community Emergency Response Teams, Mountain Wave Search & Rescue, Washington/Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office Search & Rescue. Oregon Emergency Management and hundreds of Emergency Radio First Responders during time of need. Our system ARRG’s repeaters are located on mountain top repeater sites, many of which are co-located on Broadcast Radio/TV towers and hardened Public Safety Communications sites around the state.


An Overview of the K7RPT Repeater System

Quality Voice

All of our repeaters use quality equipment and are properly tuned using professional service equipment by the ARRG Technical Team. All of our repeaters are tuned exactly as the equipment manufacture outlines to obtain the best voice quality possible.

Wide Coverage

With our high elevation tower sites, commercial-grade antennas, and repeater linking capabilities, you are able to make it miles from your operating location using the K7RPT Repeater System with just a handheld radio.

Digital Support

Our repeater system stays up to date with the latest technologies such as Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) and Yaesu System Fusion (YSF) C4FM. We also have digital to analog linking systems such as Internet Radio Linking Protocol (IRLP) Nodes and Echolink capabilities.

Quality Equipment

All of our repeaters use quality equipment are properly maintained by the ARRG Technical Team which specializes in keeping the system in top condition. Some repeater sites have tricky limitations that the ARRG Technical Team uses specialized equipment to overcome and give you the best operating experience.

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