Local Repeaters

PCARS Repeaters

W4MLBHolmes Regional Medical Center, Melbourne
Downlink Frequency146.610 MHz
Uplink Frequency146.010 MHz (Offset -0.600 MHz)
Uplink Tone (CTCSS)*None
Optional Downlink Tone*107.2 Hz
Coordinates28.0874342°, -080.6143731° (Grid EL98QC60)
Approximate Elevation200 feet
W4MLBL3Harris Communications Tower, Palm Bay
Downlink Frequency146.850 MHz
Uplink Frequency146.250 MHz (Offset -0.600 MHz)
Uplink Tone (CTCSS)*None
Optional Downlink Tone*107.2 Hz
Coordinates28.0142778°, -080.6036944° (Grid EL98QA73)
Approximate Elevation300 feet
W4MLB100 Rialto Place Office Building, Melbourne
Downlink Frequency444.425 MHz
Uplink Frequency444.925 MHz (Offset +5.000 MHz)
Uplink Tone (CTCSS)*None
Optional Downlink Tone*107.2 Hz
Coordinates28.0900697°, -080.6251468° (Grid EL98QC41)
Approximate Elevation200 feet

HIARC Repeater – Harris/Intersil Amateur Radio Club

K4HRS100 Rialto Place Office Building, Melbourne
Downlink Frequency145.470 MHz
Uplink Frequency144.870 MHz (Offset -0.600 MHz)
Uplink Tone (CTCSS)107.2 Hz
Optional Downlink Tone107.2 Hz

PBARC Repeaters – Palm Bay Amateur Radio Club

K4DCSPalm Bay South Tower – Fusion WIRES-X
Downlink Frequency147.255 MHz
Uplink Frequency147.855 MHz (Offset +0.600 MHz)
Uplink Tone (CTCSS)107.2 Hz
Optional Downlink Tone107.2 Hz
K4DCSTrinity Towers, Melbourne – Fusion
Downlink Frequency444.325 MHz
Uplink Frequency449.325 MHz (Offset +5.000 MHz)
Uplink Tone (CTCSS)107.2 Hz
Optional Downlink Tone107.2 Hz

Other Area Repeaters

A dynamic list of registered or reported 2 meter and 70 centimeter repeaters in the area, and additional details about the repeaters listed above, are available courtesy of repeaterbook.com.

 

* A note regarding tones and PCARS repeaters:

Use of CTCSS tones is totally optional on PCARS repeaters only. Our repeaters can be accessed by ANY FM transmitter even if the CTCSS tone is turned off or doesn’t exist on your radio. Tone is not required. The transmission of a tone by the user has no effect on our repeaters. If you do turn on tone, use 107.2 Hz. It will only have functionality with your receiver. If a signal comes from one of our repeaters (146.610 or 146.850) and you have tone of 107.2 Hz turned on, you will hear our repeater transmissions only. If the signal did not come from our repeater you will hear nothing if your squelch is set properly. If you leave your radio’s tone feature off our repeaters will function just as they always have. In simple terms, turning tone on is optional and its use prevents you from receiving unwanted transmissions that are on our repeater frequencies but not coming from our repeater.