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VHF Amateur Radio repeaters that can be received by the SLC receiver

2-Meter Amateur Radio Repeaters

U.S. Amateur Radio stations are administered by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), an independent government agency that is directly responsible to the U.S. Congress.

The frequencies shown below are 2-meter repeater output frequencies. Associated repeater input frequencies can be determined from information in the Standard 2-Meter Amateur Radio Repeater Input Frequency Offsets table.

Receivable Idaho, Nevada & Utah
Amateur Radio 2-Meter Repeaters

Frequency Mode Call Power Distance Description
145.21 MHz FM AA7JR 100 Watts ERP 11 Miles A Utah VHF society 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City. Primarily serves Salt Lake Valley communities from Salt Lake City to Draper. The signal is weak at the Salt Lake City receiving site due to a hill near the repeater.
146.62 MHz FM W7SP 120 Watts 26 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on 9,425 foot Farnsworth Peak west of Salt Lake City. Serves the Wasatch Front. Line-of-sight. 
146.7 MHz FM KD0J Unknown 9 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on Ensign Peak, north of Salt Lake City. Serves Salt Lake and Davis Counties. Not line-of-site, but strong.
146.76 MHz FM W7SP Unknown 45 Miles
Path Map
2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located at the top of Lake Mountain, west of Utah Lake in Central Utah. Covers much of the Wasatch Front. Path to repeater is blocked by a ridge approximately ten miles south of receiver location. The signal is weak, because of the ridge, but is usually readable.
146.88 MHz FM KD0J Unknown 22 Miles 2-Meter ARES Amateur Radio repeater located on the bench of the Oquirrh mountains west of Salt Lake City, near Bachus, Utah. Serves Salt Lake County and parts of other Utah counties. Line-of-sight.
146.92 MHz FM N7TOP Unknown 35.5 Miles
Path Map
2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located at Promontory Point, 24 miles west of Ogden, Utah, in the Great Salt Lake. Serves Davis, Salt Lake, Weber and parts of other Utah counties. Line-of-sight.
146.94 MHz FM K7JL Unknown 26 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater. Serves the Wasatch Front from 9,425 foot Farnsworth Peak west of Salt Lake City. Line-of-sight.
146.96 MHz FM KF7UR Unknown 10 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on Francis Peak near Layton, Utah. Serves Davis County. Line-of-sight. 
146.98 MHz FM W7EO Unknown 49 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on Delle Peak (Black Mountain) in the Utah desert west of Salt Lake City. Covers Tooele County and parts of the Wasatch Front. Line-of-sight.
147.0 MHz FM KC7SNN Unknown 142 Miles
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2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on 9300 foot Mt. Harrison, southeast of Burley, Idaho. Mt. Harrison is in the Sawtooth National Forest not far from the Pomerelle Ski Resort. Signal strength typically about S5. Airplane flutter and other fading phenomena sometimes occur.
147.04 MHz FM K7DAV Unknown 20.7 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on Antelope Island in the Great Salt Lake. Operated by the Davis County Amateur Radio Club (DCARC). Serves the Wasatch Front including Salt Lake, Tooele, Davis, Weber, and Box Elder counties. Line-of-sight.
147.08 MHz FM W7SDC Unknown 216 Miles
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2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on Merrit Mountain in the Humboldt National Forest, 72 Miles north of Elko, Nevada, near the Idaho state line. Links to the Intermountain Intertie via Idaho repeaters. Behind numerous mountains. Extremely weak. Signal is usually near the noise level, but is usually readable. Airplane flutter and other fading phenomena are common.
147.12 MHz FM K7JL Unknown 26 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on 9,425 foot Farnsworth Peak west of Salt Lake City in the Oquirrh Mountains. Serves the Wasatch Front, Tooele county, and parts of other counties. Connected to the Intermountain Intertie via a link to the Hidden Peak repeater. Intertie includes many repeaters across several western states. Line-of-sight.
147.14 MHz FM K7MLA Unknown 37 Miles
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2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on 9,370 foot (2,855 Meter) Butterfield Peak in the Oquirrh Mountains southwest of Salt Lake City. Butterfield Peak marks the intersection of Salt Lake, Tooele and Utah counties. Serves the Wasatch Front, Tooele county, and parts of other counties. Part of a linked system to the Strawberry Valley and Uintah Basin (Roosevelt & Vernal, Utah) areas. Line-of-sight.
147.18 MHz FM K7JL Unknown 28 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located at the top of the Snowbird Ski Resort tram at an elevation of 11,000 Feet. It covers parts of northern Utah, extreme southwestern Wyoming, southeastern Idaho, and has spotty coverage into western Colorado and eastern Nevada. This repeater is aligned with the Utah VHF Society and is the northern Utah hub of the Intertie. Behind mountains. Signal strength about S7.
147.2 MHz FM W7EO Unknown 113 Miles
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2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located at Wendover on the Utah/Nevada state line. Covers Wendover, the Northwest Utah Deserts, parts of Tooele County, and has spotty coverage into Davis and other counties. Signal strength is usually about S5 with frequent airplane flutter and other fading phenomena. Not line-of-sight. (Note: This frequency is shared by Logan-AC7O, Marysvale-N7VQO, and Heber City-KB7YAF repeaters that have not been heard, but that may be receivable.)
147.225 MHz FM N7TDT Unknown 6.5 Miles
2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located in Bountiful, Utah.
147.25 MHz FM K7MRS Unknown 17.5 Miles
2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located in Salt Lake valley. The signal is weak at the Salt Lake City receiving site due to a hill north of Salt Lake City.
147.26 MHz FM AC7O Unknown 35.5 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located at Promontory Point, 24 miles west of Ogden, Utah, in the Great Salt Lake. Serves Davis, Salt Lake, Weber and parts of other Utah counties. Line-of-sight.
147.28 MHz FM WB7TSY Unknown 45 Miles Utah County ARES calling/activation 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located at the top of Lake Mountain, west of Utah Lake in Central Utah. Covers much of the Wasatch Front. Behind Ensign Peak from receiver location. Strength is about S7.
147.3 MHz FM W7CWK Unknown Unknown Low-level 2-Meter Amateur Radio Repeater located in Bountiful, Utah. Covers Davis County. (Note: This frequency is shared by another repeater in Tooele, Utah.)
147.36 MHz FM WA7GIE Unknown 25 Miles 2-Meter Amateur Radio repeater located on 9,281 foot Lewis Peak near Coalville, Utah. Covers Summit County and much of the Wasatch Front. Blocked by high mountains from receiver location. Weak, but usually readable.

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