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Montana Amateur Radio Repeaters - Quick Search

There are 138 Montana repeaters in the database.
Band:
All 10 m 6 m 2 m 1¼ m 70 cm 33 cm 23 cm

Feature:
Autopatch EchoLink IRLP WIRES DMR NXDN System Fusion
Linked D-Star P25 AllStar Wide Area Coverage ATV

Linking systems:
Intermountain Intertie System Mac Pass Repeater Group System MRLA System SARA System Snowbird Link System Utah VHF Society System

Emergency Service Repeaters:
ARES RACES Weather Nets SKYWARN Emergency Power

Route coverage:
AB-501 I-15 I-90 US-191 US-2 US-287 US-87 US-89

Location:
Anaconda Belgrade Big Sky Big Timber Bigfork
Billings Blacktail Mountain Boulder Bozeman Butte
Colstrip Cut Bank Dillon Dixon East Glacier
Eureka Fallon Forsyth Fort Peck Glendive
Goldcreek Great Falls Greycliff Hamilton Havre
Helena Kalispell Lakeside Lewistown Libby
Lolo Lookout Pass Miles City Missoula Noxon
Plains Plentywood Polson Pompeys Pillar Red Lodge
Ronan Roundup Saltese Scobey Sidney
St Ignatius St. Mary Stevensville Sunburst Thompson Falls
Three Forks Toston Whitefish Whitetail Zortman

County: (Only counties with documented repeaters are listed.)
Beaverhead Big Horn Broadwater Carbon Cascade Chouteau Custer Daniels
Dawson Deer Lodge Fergus Flathead Gallatin Glacier Hill Jefferson
Lake Lewis and Clark Liberty Lincoln McCone Meagher Mineral Missoula
Musselshell Phillips Powell Prairie Ravalli Richland Roosevelt Rosebud
Sanders Sheridan Silver Bow Sweet Grass Yellowstone

Recent updates:
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Top 25 highest quality rated:
Plains
K7KTR 147.1400
Great Falls
W7GMC 147.3600
Sunburst, Mount Royal
W7SWT 146.6400
Three Forks, Round Spring
WR7MT 147.3800
Plentywood
KC7MNI 147.3400
Top 25 highest travel rated:
Sunburst, Mount Royal
W7SWT 146.6400
Three Forks, Round Spring
WR7MT 147.3800
Great Falls
W7GMC 147.3600
Plentywood
KC7MNI 147.3400



The RepeaterBook administrator for Montana is KF7ELU.