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Repeater Database (US, Canada, Mexico) | Repeater Database (Worldwide)

Welcome to the best FREE resource for amateur radio repeater information around the world. We have the most up-to-date amateur radio repeater listings (updated by you, our admins, and repeater coordinators). This site is different than others because we use local admins that collect repeater data. No repeater directory can be 100% up-to-date, but we believe this one is more up-to-date and comprehensive than any other you can find. Visitors are invited to update and add listings. You can also rate and comment on the repeaters.

We have comprehensive repeater data for repeaters utilizing IRLP, Echolink, AllStar, WIRES, D-Star, DMR, NXDN, Yaesu System Fusion, and P-25. This is your one-stop shop for repeater data. We cross-reference EchoLink, IRLP, and AllStar status and offer many export functions for Google Maps, Google Earth, Excel, CHIRP, G4HFQ, RT Systems, Kenwood, and other programming software platforms.

View Repeaterbook Overview slide presentation.


Quick Search North America / Quick Search Outside North America: Pre-formatted searches with a state/province or country. Preconfigured searches include:
  • Frequency band
  • Repeater features
  • Highway coverage
  • Location name
  • County (U.S. only)
  • Since last update
  • Most Viewed
  • Highest quality rated
  • Highest travel rates
Advanced (North America): Search up to five states/provinces at once.

Nationwide (North America): Search the entire U.S. or Canada by band or feature.

Travel (North America): Search for repeaters covering a specific highway.

Proximity (North America): Search for repeaters within a certain distance from a location.

Free Text (North America): Search for a keyword within the database.

Vacancy (North America): Search for an open repeater pair.

Google Site Search: Search the entire site with the power of Google.


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The site's success is based on the accuracy of the information that is found here, so please contribute accurate information generously.


#3 ve3gob 2019-01-10 22:38
:lol: Love what you are doing.

+1 #2 KD6KPC 2016-09-17 19:09
They maps come up in Google Maps and Google Earth, which are zoomable. We do not create PDFs of maps at this time.
+1 #1 VE6UQ 2016-08-30 14:53
It would be more useful if the repeater coverage maps were zoomable (e.g. pdf)

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