SNARS maintains one of Nevada's Largest Repeater Network. There are currently three seperate Linked Systems and individual standalone ragchew repeaters. Coverages is wide including in Reno,Sparks, Carson City, Truckee, Tahoe, Dayton, Yerington, Wellington and the Eastern California Range.

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I-80 Linked System (W7TA)


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Reno, Sparks, Carson City (Ophir Peak) 146.610 - 123.0 Not Linked, Stand alone
Reno, Sparks, Carson City (Ophir Peak) 443.075 + 123.0 Normal Operation
Lovelock, Black Rock Desert (Toulon Peak) 146.925 - 123.0 Normal Operation
 

Mt Rose Linked System (W7TA)


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Reno, Sparks (Virginia Peak) 147.030 + 123.0 Normal Operation
Carson City, Tahoe, Truckee (Mt Rose Knob) 147.150 + 123.0 Normal Operation
Reno, Sparks, North Valleys (Peavine Peak) 147.210 + 100.0 Normal Operation
Yerington, Wellington (Lobdelle Peak) 444.875 + 100.0 Normal Operation
 

IRLP/EchoLink System (W7TA)


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Reno, Sparks (GSR) 147.300 + 123.0 Connected to/Status:
 

Standalone Systems, Ragchew Repeaters (W7TA)

Reno, Sparks 52.580 - 114.8 Normal Operation
Reno, Sparks, Carson City, Dayton (Ophir Peak) 147.390 + 100.0 Normal Operation
Reno, Carson, Dayton (Mt. Davidson) 444.825 + 123.0 Normal Operation
Reno, Sparks, North Valleys (Peavine Peak) 444.925 + 100.0 Off the air
Reno, Sparks 927.1125 - 114.8 Normal Operation
 

Digital Systems (W7TA)

Reno, Sparks, Carson City (Ophir Peak) 145.050 - RNO Normal Operation
Carson City, Tahoe, Truckee (Mt Rose Knob) 145.050 - ROSE Normal Operation
Lovelock, Black Rock Desert (Lobdelle peak) 144.390 - TOULON Normal Operation
 

Portable Repeaters (KR7ENO)

Portable System 147.000 - 123.0 Special events only
 

C4FM Digital Repeater - YAESU

Reno, Carson, Dayton (Mt. Davidson) 444.825 + 123.0 Normal Operation
       

D-Star

Reno-Sparks (low level) 444.625 + D-Star Repeater, N7NDS
Reno-Sparks (low level) 146.405 D-Star Hot Spot 

A Special Thank You to Dave Metts K7UI and High Sierra Communications for the support and usage of the repeater sites the SNARS systems are located in. We thank Dave for his support and generosity to the Amateur Radio Community.



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