The Red River Radio Amateurs operate and maintain a linked repeater system that covers Fargo-Moorhead and the surrounding area. The call-sign for these repeaters is the RRRA club call-sign, W0ILO. The following RRRA sponsored repeaters available for use:
|Moorhead VHF||145.350 MHz||-||123 Hz|
|Moorhead UHF||444.875 MHz||+||123 Hz|
|Grandin||146.760 MHz||-||123 Hz|
|Wheatland||147.255 MHz||+||123 Hz|
Use them often and remember give users a chance to key up by pausing for a couple of seconds before keying up.
Red River Valley Repeater List
SuperLINK is a Amateur Radio repeater linking system that links together 2 meter repeaters located along Interstate 94 from the Western Border of North Dakota, through Minnesota and into Wisconsin. It also has links that go north to Winnipeg, Canada.
W0ILO 10M Beacon
The W0ILO 10 meter propagation beacon operates on 28286.5 KHz in Sabin, Minnesota, approximately 8 miles SE of Fargo, North Dakota. The transmitter is a Kenwood TS-430 set to approximately 5 watts. The antenna is a 5⁄8 wave ground plane, 140 feet above the ground. Reception reports are welcome. Mailed reports and QSL card requests can be sent to W0HNV, and email reports can be sent to