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Located in Northglenn near 102nd Ave and Ura Lane, this repeater provides excellent metro area coverage for both mobile and handheld radios. It also provides excellent mobile coverage on I-70 from the Central City Parkway on the west, to Strasburg on the east, and very good mobile coverage up some of the canyon roads west of Golden/Denver. It is common courtesy to state what repeater you are using, such as "WQUX891 monitoring on Metro 600" so people scanning know what channel to reply on.
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Tuesdays at 6pm
Local and Zello Metro 600 users are welcome to join in our net at 6pm MST on Tuesdays. Due to more manageable numbers than the nets on the 675 linked repeater, this will be a manual check-in style net. The structure may vary depending on who is net controller on any given night as we dial this in for best success. Tune in to 600 at 6pm on Tuesdays for instructions.
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This repeater is linked to a channel on the popular phone app, ZELLO
You can download the free ZELLO app to your phone, and join by searching for the group name below. This allows you to listen to, and transmit to this repeater using the app.
Lookout 675 - Linked to Southwest Community Radio System
Located on Lookout Mountain, this repeater has a 10.2 dB high-gain Yagi antenna pointed east and has strong coverage along the metro corridor.
This repeater is linked to the Southwest Community Radio System covering Denver, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Tucson, Phoenix, and points between. This is a way to get to know and converse with fellow GMRS users out of state. It may help to spur conversation if you give your location, such as "WQUX891 monitoring in Denver." It is not necessary to state that you are on "Lookout 675," as people on the links will likely not know what you mean. Please wait for the courtesy tone and leave at least two seconds between transmissions so the linked system can turn around the transmission. Keying too quickly can lock up the links.
If you connect with someone local on this frequency, please move the conversation to a local repeater.
It is considered bad radio etiquette to tie up a linked repeater system with local only traffic. You can tell someone is local if you hear a courtesy tone after their transmission; linked traffic does not have a courtesy tone. Please use all callsign requirements and customs and courtesies when on this or any of our repeaters.
To access the linked repeater system via Zello, please visit the website below:
700 Paired Repeaters
This is a two-repeater system sharing the same frequency; one on the north end of the metro area and one on the south. This configuration provides for increased portable radio coverage in the metro area. The 700 North repeater has a courtesy tone and the 700 South repeater does not. This allows you to know which repeater someone is talking on if they do not specify. You don't have to use the same repeater if all parties can hear each other! This allows someone to choose which repeater works best for the area they are in. It is common courtesy to state what repeater you are using, such as "WQUX891 monitoring on 700 South" so people scanning know what channel to reply on.
Wheatland, WY 550 (Cooperative Repeater)
This repeater provides coverage from north of Cheyenne, WY, to Glendo along I-25, and covers Hwy 26 from I-25 to around Torrington, WY.
Contact for this cooperative repeater: wheatland550ATfrontrangegmrsDOTcom
Southeast Colorado GMRS - Vilas 675 (Cooperative Repeater)
Provides stand-alone repeater coverage to the Walsh area of Baca County, CO. If you are in Southeast Colorado, please feel free to use this repeater.
Contact for this cooperative repeater: vilas675ATfrontrangegmrsDOTcom