twin cities metro Repeaters

Repeaters are often an entry point for new ham radio operators. There is nothing wrong with that, but new hams should know repeater traffic has been declining for years — but every repeater is different in this regard. They are still utilized for public service communications, Skywarn, weekly nets, and more. Repeaters are a starting point, but only represent a small portion of the amateur radio hobby.

We’ve compiled a list of repeaters in the Twin Cities metro of Minnesota that you should have programmed in your radio. They’re vetted and known to be high-quality machines that offer good coverage and activity that you can monitor.

Twin cities metro repeaters

Location
Frequency
Offset
Tone
Digital
More Info
Minneapolis
444.425
+5.000
114.8 Hz
No
Wide coverage
Oakdale, MN
146.850
-0.600
None
No
Wide coverage
Burnsville, MN
147.210
+0.600
100.0 Hz
No
Minnetonka, MN
145.450
-0.600
114.8 Hz
No
Stillwater, MN
147.060
+0.600
DCS026
No
Anoka, MN
146.670
-0.600
114.8 Hz
No
Bloomington, MN
147.090
+0.600
100.0 Hz
No
Burnsville, MN
444.300
+5.000
114.8 Hz
C4FM
FM analog and C4FM digital
Mounds View, MN
444.525
+5.000
D025
C4FM
FM analog and C4FM digital
Medina, MN
443.200
+5.000
CC11
DMR
Wide Coverage
MNDMR C-Bridge network
Minneapolis, MN
442.650
+5.000
CC2
DMR
Wide Coverage
Brandmeister (open to all TGs)
Minnetonka, MN
443.300
+5.000
CC1
DMR
Brandmeister (open to all TGs)
Anoka, MN
442.1062
+5.000
CC1
DMR
Brandmeister (open to all TGs)
Bayport, MN
442.975
+5.000
D612
P25
Wide coverage
NAC $145 for P25


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