Radio/Repeater Systems

Rocky Mountain Ham Radio is a member supported organization that is not a typical ham radio club.  We operate these analog radio systems as well as the Rocky MounScreen Shot 2013-02-23 at 11.21.13 AMtain DMR network from Wyoming, South through Colorado, and along I-70 from border to border as well as two sites in New Mexico.  We also work closely  with other local clubs and organizations that need assistance in deploying radio systems such as the Aurora Repeater Association, Northern Colorado Amateur Radio Club, Cherry Creek Young Amateur Radio Club, Colorado Connection, Colorado Repeater Association, Denver Radio League, the Fun Machine and other groups that are in need of assistance.  We strive to create quality radio systems and work to further the causes of amateur radio and protect the interests of the amateur radio community by being an active member of the Colorado Council of Amateur Radio Clubs or CCARC.

We are not a traditional ham club per se, we are a group made up of the most skilled and professional radio folks in the front range.  We use those skills to further our projects and lead amateur radio community into new technology and training areas and to further the needs of the amateur radio community.  Watch for news of Rocky Mountain Ham Radio University classes and events as they are announced each fall.

Analog FM Repeaters –   (click on a plot for a larger version)

Site Frequency PL Coverage/Description Callsign Status
Critchell Mountain 447.500 MHz (-5 MHz offset) 88.5 Hz encode/decode Southern Metro Area Stand alone Repeater operating under the cooperative agreement with the Aurora Repeater Association NØOWY/R Operational
Squaw Mountain 448.225 MHz (-5 MHz offset) 141.3 Hz encode/decode Extreme wide area coverage from Wyoming to the top of Monument NØSZ/R Operational
Thorodin Mountain 449.225 MHz (-5 MHz offset) 141.3 Hz encode/decode Extreme wide area coverage – Wyoming to the top of Monument.  Connected to the Fun Machine linked system NØSZ/R Operational
Chief Mountain 449.625 MHz (-5 MHz offset) 141.3 Hz encode/decode IRLP node 3750 Denver Metro Area Open node.  No codes required W0KU/R Operational

Packet Systems & BPQ Nodes

Frequency Coverage BPQ Call RMS Call Status
144.95 Denver Front Range W0VG-7 W0VG-10 Operational
145.05 Denver Front Range K0NTS-7 K0NTS-10 Operational

DMR Systems – See the DMR Page for more information