F350 Posted April 24, 2022 Report Share Posted April 24, 2022 I've been a HAM for a few months and I'm bored. I was a ham about 25 years ago and had the same concerns then. Anyhow, the more I explore GMRS the more I am interested. I just added my GMRS license. I've got a large UHF / VHF antenna and scan various frequencies, mostly GMRS / FRS, but I also scan EMS and the local HAM repeaters. I'm in NW Montana (in the woods) and I hear lots of nationwide traffic on 462.600. The repeater identifies as WRHS264, but the only call sign I find is WRSH264 out of Kalispell. That seems too far away for me to hear their signal so clearly. I can't find it on any repeater reference website. I also hear CW repeater identification on 462.650, 462.725, & 462.6375. I don't see them listed anywhere either. I'm interested in joining the net on 462.600 -- but I doubt my 25 watts will hit that repeater (if it's in Kalispell) and I don't know the tones for the other repeaters. I don't hear any traffic on them, anyway Interested in GMRS. I would like to learn more about Simplex Nodes, Repeaters, and the local GMRS community. Anyone else in NW Montana on GMRS? -F350 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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