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|
The W0ILO 10 meter propagation beacon operates on 28286.5 KHz in Sabin, Minnesota. Please see the 10M Beacon Page for technical details and a description of the beacon message.
Reception reports concerning the 10M Beacon are appreciated. Please use one of the following methods:
- E-mail to the RRRA Beacon Manager
- Written reports, and QSL card requests, to the RRRA Mailing Address
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.