Local Area Repeater List

The following abbreviations are used:
o – Open repeater
a – Autopatch
c – Closed repeater, limited access
l – linked or crossband system
e – Emergency power
pkt – packet enabled
SNP – Shared Non-Protected
t – CTCSS, Hz tone access
# – Not coordinated

145.370
144.770
Parksville VE7RPQ t100.0/141.3 Mid-Island Radio Assoc
147.080
147.680
Parksville VA7RFR e,a,t141.3 VA7DMN
147.280
147.880
Parksville VE7PQA olae,t141.3 ORCA
440.850
445.850
Parksville VE7MIR t100.0 Mid-Island Radio Assoc
442.275
447.275
Parksville VE7SYD t136.5 VE7JPS
444.200
449.200
Parksville VE7PQD olae,IRLP1180 ORCA

Syd Lee suggests that the following repeaters are useful for members reaching a wider geographic base. Members are urged to try contacts through each one from their base location. We would like to hear the results of your tests to see which ones are effective from the Mid-Island.

147.180+
147.780
Mt Benson VE7RBB t100.0 l VE7PI
146.780-
146.180
Mt. Washington VE7RCV t141.3 e,packet Comox Valley ARC
147.240+
147.840
Mt. Cokely VE7KU t141.3 l,e,o Pt Alberni ARC
147.000+
147.600
Lund     VA7LND t100.0 Powell River ARC
146.640-
146.040
Nanaimo VE7ISC 3,e,C4FM Nanaimo ARA
145.430-
144.830
Nanaimo VA7DJA t141.3 l Nanaimo ARA
145.350-
144.750
SF University VE7RBY t127.3 o Burnaby ARC
146.940-
146.340
Vancouver VE7RPT c,l,e BCFMCA
147.020+
147.620
Vancouver VE7RAG l,e,(D-STAR) BCFMCA