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GMRS rEPEATERS IN sOUTHEASTERN ma

The repeaters listed below are NOT Amateur Repeaters, but GMRS Repeaters. You will need to file for a license ($85) through the FCC, and there is no testing. Good thing is that once your licensed, it is good for your entire family. Please check the FCC for Full Rules 

 

Local GMRS Repeaters

Repeater Location Frequency Tone Contact Info  Status
Plymouth 462.700 Multiple    
Kingston 462.625 71.9    
Falmouth 462.675 141.3    
West Bridgewater 462.650 D244    
Quincy 462.725 D244    
         

For many GMRS Repeaters check the following website http://www.mygmrs.com/

 

Frequency Ranges for GMRS Repeaters

Name Lower frequency (repeater output) (MHz) Upper frequency (repeater input) (MHz) FRS / Motorola convention Notes
"550" 462.550 467.550 Ch. 15  
"575" 462.575 467.575 Ch. 16  
"600" 462.600 467.600 Ch. 17  
"625" 462.625 467.625 Ch. 18  
"650" 462.650 467.650 Ch. 19 Use not permitted near the Canadian border.
"675" 462.675 467.675 Ch. 20 Suggested nationwide emergency and road information calling. Nationally recognized coded squelch for 675 emergency repeater operation is 141.3 Hz.
"700" 462.700 467.700 Ch. 21 Use not permitted near the Canadian border.
"725" 462.725 467.725 Ch. 22

 

Direct GMRS Frequencies / FRS Frequencies

Name Frequency (MHz) Motorola convention Icom F21-GM convention Notes
"5625" or "FRS 1" 462.5625 Ch. 1 Ch. 9  
"5875" or "FRS 2" 462.5875 Ch. 2 Ch. 10  
"6125" or "FRS 3" 462.6125 Ch. 3 Ch. 11  
"6375" or "FRS 4" 462.6375 Ch. 4 Ch. 12  
"6625" or "FRS 5" 462.6625 Ch. 5 Ch. 13  
"6875" or "FRS 6" 462.6875 Ch. 6 Ch. 14  
"7125" or "FRS 7" 462.7125 Ch. 7 Ch. 15

 

FRS ONLY Channels: These Frequencies are only to be used by FRS Radios. To use these channels, you can only use the "Bubble Pack" or radio's

CH Frequency Notes
8 467.5625 FRS use only
9 467.5875 FRS use only
10 467.6125 FRS use only
11 467.6375 FRS use only
12 467.6625 FRS use only
13 467.6875 FRS use only
14 467.7125 FRS use only

 

Complete FRS/GMRS Direct Channels/Frequency Listing

Channel Frequency (MHz) Notes
1 462.5625 Shared with GMRS.
2 462.5875 Shared with GMRS.
3 462.6125 Shared with GMRS.
4 462.6375 Shared with GMRS.
5 462.6625 Shared with GMRS.
6 462.6875 Shared with GMRS.
7 462.7125 Shared with GMRS.
8 467.5625 FRS use only
9 467.5875 FRS use only
10 467.6125 FRS use only
11 467.6375 FRS use only
12 467.6625 FRS use only
13 467.6875 FRS use only
14 467.7125 FRS use only

 

What is FRS? Check Wikipedia

 

Note 1: The Personal Radio Steering Group (PRSG) and Popular Wireless Magazines adopted CTCSS 141.3 Hz as the national travel tone for use on all GMRS channels. It is not known how many GMRS licensees have adopted the standard.

Note 2: Some groups have recommended FRS Channel 1 as a national emergency/calling channel, such as REACT (Radio Emergency Associated Communications Teams) and the National SOS Radio Network.