Temporarily off the Air

Generated January 29, 2024  18:45:42 MST

The operators of the following repeaters have notified the UVHFS that these repeaters are temporarily off the air.

Freq. Location Area Site Name Call Last
§ 145.15() Cedar City WasFrnt Cedar City Hospital WR7AAA 44502
§ 145.15() Murray WasFrnt IHC Hospital Murray KO7SLC 41439
§ 145.37() Provo WasFrnt Lake Mtn site WB7TSQ 44432
§ 146.96() Layton WasFrnt Francis Pk. K7MLA 38723
§ 147.24(+) Coalville Northeast Stagecoach K7MLA 44551
§ 147.38(+) Mirror Lake WasFrnt Bald Mtn Pass Forest Svc site WA7GIE 44248
§ 223.94() Salt Lake WasFrnt Salt Lake Community College KD0J 44251
§ 447.950() Cedar City WasFrnt Hospital WR7AAA 40602
§ 447.950() Murray WasFrnt IHC Hospital Murray KO7SLC 41439
§ 448.425() Salt Lake WasFrnt Downtown SLC WD7SL 40864
§ 449.900() Salt Lake WasFrnt Salt Lake Community College KD0J 44251
§ 927.3125() Saratoga Springs WasFrnt KE7WKS QTH KE7WKS 44251
§ 927.5125() Wellsville North Wellsville AF7FH 41704
§ 1298.750 Murray WasFrnt IHC Hospital Murray KO7SLC 40869
§ 1299.250 Cedar City WasFrnt Cedar City Hospital WR7AAA 40602

*Last Update Date: The date when the frequency coordinator last received notification about the status of the proposed repeater.


The above listing shows those repeaters that have been reported by their owner or trustee as being temporarily off the air.  These repeaters may remain coordinated under the following conditions:

Other Listings:

-Main listing Repeaters that are believed to be on the air
-Proposed repeaters   Repeaters that have been proposed for future operation
-Unknown status Anyone with information about these repeaters should contact the Frequency Coordinator.

Remember: Just because a frequency doesn't appear on the list, it does not mean that the frequency is not used! Frequencies used for control and linking purposes (to name just two examples) are not made public!

Explanation of the abbreviations used in the Info column:

Explanation of abbreviations used in the Sponsor column:

/VHFS Aligned with the Utah VHF Society
ARI Amateur Radio, Incorporated 
BARC Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club (Logan)
BARC Borderline Amateur Radio Club (Vernal)
CSERG Community Service Emergency Radio Group (Clearfield)
DARC Dixie Amateur Radio Club (St. George)
DARS Deseret Amateur Radio Society
DCARC Davis County Amateur Radio Club
EARC Elko Amateur Radio Club
ERRS Emergency Radio Response System (now known as ERC)
ExPost1973 Explorer Post #1973 (Orem)
GCWA Glen Canyon Wireless Association (Page, AZ)
GMRA Grand Mesa Repeater Association (Grand Junction, CO)
IREAN Intermountain Repeater Emergency Amateur Network
LPARG Lake Powell Amateur Radio Group
MARA Mercury Amateur Radio Association
OARC Ogden Amateur Radio Club
RMRA Rocky Mountain Radio Association
SDARC Sinbad Desert Amateur Radio Club (Carbon, Emery, Grand Counties)
SLCOARES Salt Lake County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
SLPEAKARC   Salt Lake Peaks Amateur Radio Club
SNP Shared -- Non-protected
TCARES Tooele County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
TCARS Tooele County Amateur Radio Society
UARC Utah Amateur Radio Club
UCRC Utah County Radio Club (now UHDARC)
UHDARC Utah High Desert Amateur Radio Club (Utah County)
UTCOARES Utah County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
UVARC Utah Valley Amateur Radio Club
UVHFS Utah VHF Society (statewide)
UVRMC Utah Valley Regional Medical Center
UVU Utah Valley University
YOUARK Affiliated with but not quite the same as UARC

This list is generated automatically from the Utah VHF Society Frequency Coordinator's database and is, by definition, the authoritative, up-to-date list.  This list also includes a few repeaters in adjacent states that, for purposes of frequency coordination, must be taken into account, owing to their potential impacts to Utah amateurs (signals do cross state lines - even on VHF!)  For more information about the how and why of Frequency Coordination, visit the UVHFS Frequency Coordination Page. If you operate a system that is shown incorrectly, then that means that you need to contact the Frequency Coordinator and get correct information to him.  This is the same data that is used in the ARRL Repeater Directory and for the UVHFS booklet!  If the information is wrong here, it will also be wrong there!

For a list of Wasatch Front Simplex Frequency Assignments, go to The Simplex Frequency Assignments page. Please read the accompanying text.

If you wish to obtain a file containing more data, a file in comma-delimited format is available here.

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