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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.


Do you love and what we do for the Ham Radio community? There are two ways to support us:

1. ADMINISTRATORS NEEDED! Do you have an interest in doing something great for the Amateur Radio Community? Administrators research repeater information for their areas and handle all updates! Please contact the admin if you are interested in joining our team. Description of duties
2. The site's success is based on the accuracy of the information that is found here, so please contribute accurate information generously.

The World's Free Repeater Apps for Android - iPhone coming soon

Android App: Google Play
iPhone App: Coming Soon!
RepeaterBook RepeaterBook - Easily find repeaters across North America and Canada
  • Powered by the popular community database of and software of RepeaterBook for Android, enables you to easily find repeaters across the USA and Canada, for free and without a network connection.
  • Easily submit updates and additions from within the app.
  • Supports BlueCAT - FT-857 / FT-817 Bluetooth CAT interface
    Touch a repeater to instantly set your radio.
  • Use Network, GPS or just enter a Locator to find repeaters.
  • No network connection required.
  • Displays your locator and selection distance.
  • Comprehensive selection, sorting and display options.
  • Displays distance, heading and full repeater details.
  • Support for English, Spanish and French Canadian languages.
  • Fast and flexible, designed to help you use the repeater network.
  • RepeaterBook will always be free!
Android Screen Shots:
iPhone BETA Screen Shots
What some people are saying:

Great, easy to use app

Great to have a FREE repeater app for the USA fantastic work !! Just works, good to see this project taking off, well done !! - Simon


This app will make me regret buying the ARRL repeater book for this year. - Andrew


This is a great app for those who travel, and are wanting to talk on the local repeaters in the area. Gives you everything you need to get on the air. - Kevin


A useful and easy application that does exactly what I want. On startup it shows the repeaters that are closest to my current location and indicates if they have IRLP or Echolink. This is exactly what I want, without requiring me to do anything but start up the app. - rct


An app that is long overdue. Very handy. Wish I had known about it in August while driving from Virginia to New Mexico and back home again. Thanks Nicolas for a job well done. I highly recommend Repeater Book. Regards, - George, NJ3H


This is a well designed app with all the features necessary and with an excellent interface. It is a model of how an app should be written. Simple to use and operate, yet has all the information you need. - Michael


Simply the Best repeater app that I've been waiting a long time for. Canada was not forgotten. Great Job. What makes this App very interesting is that Users can contribute information and have repeaters updated. - Eddie


@repeaterbook you guys are AWESOME for putting out the software for free. I'm out on level 3 deployment for Sandy and we're using it #HAM - @recompiler (10/29/2012)


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If you have an iPhone/iPod/iPad or Android device, please download the official RepeaterBook app! utilizes several tools to indicate the coverage of a repeater.

  1. Text: Visitors to the site can write to us and tell us what the geographical limits of a repeater are. This can be quite complex in areas where terrain affects the propagation. When providing the coverage parameters, think of the visitor who is not familiar with your area, but would like to use the repeater. Include cities and areas that are covered. Include mile markers on highways passing nearby.
  2. Radius Circle: Every individual repeater listing includes a Google Map of the area where the repeater is located. This helps provide a good visual indication of where the repeater is in reference to other landmarks and cities. If the coverage radius is given to us, we can draw a blue circle around the repeater to given a visual representation of the coverage area. Of course, this is not a propagation map and the circle can only be used as a rough estimate.
  3. Propagation Reports: Registered members of, while logged in, are provided a link under the map on the repeater's Detail Page to add propagation reports. When you click the link, simply click the provided map with the location, antenna type, and average S-meter reading and we'll do the rest. This can really be helpful for folks needing to know how the repeater covers with different antenna-types. It's even more automatic if using an iPhone and a great way to report propagation while traveling.