The Alamo 575 GMRS repeater has been online in the northside of San Antonio, TX since early 2020 owned and maintained by John WRFI786. The repeater is connected to three other repeaters in the San Antonio area via a Raspberry Pi computer.
The repeater utilizes "privacy tones" to be able transmit on this system. Submit an access request on myGMRS or via the chat function on this website if you would like to transmit on the Alamo 575.
The Boerne700 repeater operated and maintained by WRKQ654-Lee. The repeater is located north of San Antonio between HW46 and 1604.
It was built using a 40W 100% duty cycle repeater paired with a high gain antenna. It can be heard and reached via 50W mobiles as far east as Live Oak and Selma.
Visit the Boerne700 listing at myGMRS.com to lean more and requet access.
The LaVernia550 repeater operated and maintained by WRHY636-Rob. The repeater is located in between La Vernia and New Berlin. It's was built using a pair of Motorol SM120 radios and 50w duplexer
Due to the high elvation of the antenna and flat terrain, you can hear and talk through this repeaters from Seguin to just inside Loop 1604 and also parts of I35 between New Braunfels and Live Oak if you are on a mobile.
This repeater is open for all licenced GMRS users. Repeater TX 462.550 Tone 123.0 and RX 467.550 Tone 123.0.
The Cibolo725 repeater is operated and maintained by WRKG475-Frank. This is now a full duplex 21W (after duplexer) repeater. Antenna is still not ideal and a work in progress. This repeater is open for all licensed GMRS users. Repeater TX 462.725 Tone NONE RX 467.725 Tone 141.3
The Leon Valley650 repeater operated and maintained by WQYM992-Eric. Like the Boerne700 repeater, this repeater is a 40W 100% duty cycle repeater and is covering the lowlands of the Leon Valley that can't reach the Boerne700 or Alamo575.
Repeater TX 462.650 Tone 141.3 RX 467.650 Tone 141.3
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