Local Repeaters

There are several local amateur radio repeaters in the southern Maryland area. Wikipedia defines amateur radio repeaters as; “an electronic device that receives a weak or low-level amateur radio signal and retransmits it at a higher level or higher power, so that the signal can cover longer distances without degradation.” Local repeaters will allow you to use your handheld transceiver to contact others at distances that the handheld is not capable of reaching on it’s own. You can also use your mobile station or your base station to reach the local amateur radio repeaters, some of which are linked together to offer even greater reach for amateur radio communication.

If you are planning to travel you can find the amateur radio repeaters of your destination area by visiting the Repeater Book website ahead of time.

CallFreq MHzOffsetPLLocationModesNotes
K3HKI146.640146.2Lexington ParkFM 
N3PX145.350156.7Prince FredericFMWide Area Coverage
 146.600Simplex Lexington Park D-Star Hotspot
 147.195+156.7Oakville Transfer Station  
KC3FOQ147.390+123.0LeonardtownFM, YSF 
W3BPT146.850156.7La PlataFM, YSF 
WA3UMY443.050+ Lexington ParkFM 
 443.300+123.0LeonardtownFM, YSF Fusion Repeater Auto Mode
N3PPH441.7875+ MechanicsvilleDMRID 311618, Color 1

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