The 2021 ARRL Repeater Catalog® is now shipping. It includes "crowded" lists provided by users, repeater owners, and volunteer frequency coordinators. This means more lists that are updated more frequently. It has 24,000 listings and is the most complete printed catalog of broadcast repeaters, covering repeater systems in the United States and Canada.
Repeater systems are listed by state/province, city, and operating mode. Including digital repeater systems such as System Fusion, D-Star, DMR, NXDN and P25. The supplementary information page includes plans for VHF/UHF and microwave frequency bands, as well as repeater operation practices. It has a convenient flat spiral binding.
For decades, the ARRL repeater catalog has been a valuable resource for locating repeater frequencies while traveling. New hobbyists usually use the repeater catalog to find local events after purchasing a new handheld radio. Moreover, public service volunteers will keep a copy nearby or in their emergency "action kit".
The 2021 ARRL Repeater Directory® is available from ARRL stores or ARRL publication distributors. Order ARRL article number 1434, ISBN: 978-1-62595-143-4, retail price $19.95. For other questions or orders, please call (860) 594-0355, or call toll-free (888) 277-5289 in the United States).
The list of repeaters appearing in the ARRL Repeater Directory® is provided by RFinder Inc. If the repeater is omitted or the list is inaccurate, please contact RFinder directly.
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