This Web site is a resource for amateur radio operators in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
The site includes repeater and club information. Other topics of Ham interest include a stolen gear registry and EchoLink status database. Reasonable efforts are made to validate the data, but the quality of the information cannot be guaranteed.
No. Membership is free. However, it costs money to run a site like this. Your help is greatly appreciated. Your donations will help pay for server space, bandwidth, and programming.
You are free to browse this site without registering. However, when you register you will find that you have more access to more features and automation, for example, you must register to create export files for programming software and to create print lists.
This is not a commercial Web site. Your information will never be sold or distributed to anyone.
Absolutely. Every aspect of this Web site needs your help to be the best. We need site admins in several states to collect and maintain data.
But, everyone who visits the site can help. Please add and/or correct any information you see on the site. It is especially easy to add or edit repeaters.
Many that work on the RepeaterBook project are repeater owners, so we understand that owners have varying comfort levels regarding the amount of information that is publicly available about their machines. As a courtesy, we are happy to obscure the micro landmark location, PL tone, GPS coordinates, features, and functions of your repeater.
However, we will not obscure the frequency, city (or nearest city), county, or state the repeater resides in. We will publish the known operational status of the repeater, usage rights, contact e-mail, and Web site of the repeater if it was obtained from publicly available sources.