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              Amateur Radio Club W0BLK

RepeatersImage of a
                          radio tower at a mountain top repeater site

Black Hills Club UHF Repeater
The Club has set up a UHF repeater at the clubhouse. It uses the standard frequency offset.
RC Clubhouse
444.450 MHz 146.2 Encode/Decode

EchoLink Station
Ryan, KELXT, has set up an EchoLink node that he has opened for general use. It's on 147.420 MHz and the node number is 489225.

Northern Hills Linked Repeater System
The Northern Hill Amateur Radio Club maintains a system of three linked VHF repeaters that provide coverage to northeastern Wyoming, western South Dakota, and northwestern Nebraska. All use the standard repeater offsets.
Radar Hill (Rapid City)
146.940 MHz 146.2 Encode
Terry Peak (Lead)
146.760 MHz
146.2 Encode
Bear Mountain (Custer)
146.850 MHz 146.2 Encode

Hot Springs Club Repeaters
The Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club maintains four repeaters in the southern and central Black Hills.
Battle Mountain (near Hot Spings)
146.700 MHz
146.2 Encode/Decode
Mount Coolidge (Custer State Park)
146.200 MHz
146.2 Encode/Decode
Downtown Custer
146.090 MHz
146.2 Encode/Decode
Hot Springs (Clubhouse)
444.7/449.7 MHz
146.2 Encode/Decode

South Dakota Link Repeaters
The amateurs in South Dakota maintain a network of statewide linked repeaters.
Here is a map of the system.