BCARS Repeaters

BCARS Repeaters

The Bedford County Amateur Radio Society currently maintains five repeaters in Bedford (3) and Chaneysville (2). You can listen to our repeater network through Broadcastify 39504.

We also maintain a local frequency list, useful for programming radios.

Repeater List

Location Output Input CTCSS Notes
Kinton Knob 2M 145.49- Mhz 144.89 Mhz 123.0Hz Primary Repeater and hub. Monitor Page r145
Kinton Knob 1.25M 224.48- Mhz 222.88 Mhz 123.0 Hz Monitor r224
Martin Hill 2M 146.790- Mhz 146.190 Mhz 123.0 Hz Secondary Repeater. Please “fail over” to this one if 145.490 is not working. r146
Maritn Hill 6M 53.15- Mhz 52.15 Mhz 123.0 Hz r53
Kinton Knob 70CM DMR 444.20 Mhz 449.20 Mhz 123.0 Hz Mixed Analog/DMR repeater. Set a carrier tone squelch of 123 on received. View on Brandmeister

440 Mixed Analog/DMR Notes

During normal operation, talkgroup 3192899 is linked to the other analog repeaters via Allstar. It will appear as Allstar Node 533175. However, we may unlink the DMR/Allstar bridge if use of the analog is desired, or if we otherwise want to make the 440 less “busy”.

Because the 440 machine transmits DMR, you MUST put a CTCSS/PL tone on your radio’s receive of 123Hz. This will keep you from having to listen to the DMR digital NOISE.

Timeslot 1

  • 3192899 Bedford TAC
  • 310294 Blair TAC
  • 314270 Cambria TAC

Timeslot 2

  • 3142 PA
  • 31420 PEMA RACES,
  • 31422 WPA ARES

Allstar Link Map

AllStar Link Map from 145.49 / 533173
AllStar Link Map from 145.49 / 533173