Repeaters

The Vermont Interconnect Team owns, operates and maintains an extensive linked repeater system in the state. The system is comprised of both VHF and UHF analog repeaters. VIT also maintains a collection of DMR repeaters.

 

Lincoln Peak VHF Analog – Wide Area Coverage – K1VIT

Freq: 145.470 -600 khz

PL: 100.0 hz / 77.0 hz

Notes: The Lincoln Peak VHF repeater is located at 3,976′ above sea level. It provides wide area coverage into Central Vermont, the Champlain Valley, Adirondacks of New York and Southern Quebec. Lincoln Peak is linked via RF full-time to the Vermont Interconnect System. It is owned and operated by VIT.

 

Capitol Region UHF – Local Coverage – K1VIT

Freq: 449.675 -5 mhz

PL: 103.5 hz / 103.5 hz

Notes: Provides HT coverage to the downtown Montpelier area. Provides mobile coverage to Montpelier, Middlesex, Berlin and parts of East Montpelier. The repeater is currently analog only, however plans are in place to switch to mixed mode P25. Currently, the Capital Region UHF repeater is part-time linked to the Vermont Interconnect System.

 

Williamstown Analog – Central Vermont – W1BD

Freq: 146.625 -600 khz

PL: 100.0 hz

Notes: This repeater is owned by the Central Vermont Amateur Radio Club, and is maintained by the Vermont Interconnect Team. It is located just South of Barre, VT and covers well up and down the I-89 Corridor from Randolph (Exit 4) to Waterbury (Exit 10). The repeater also covers the Central Vermont area, including: Montpelier, Barre, Berlin, Middlesex, Plainfield, Marshfield, Northfield, Orange, Corinth, Groton and Calias. The Williamstown Repeater is linked full-time via RF to the Vermont Interconnect System.

 

Cabot Analog – Northeast Vermont – W1BD

Freq: 146.820 – 600 khz

PL: 100.0 hz  / 100.0 hz

Notes: This repeater is owned by the Central Vermont Amateur Radio Club, and is maintained by the Vermont Interconnect Team. The repeater has directional coverage towards the Northeast Kingdom, and covers significant portions of the I-91 corridor.  The repeater works well towards Morrisville, Craftsbury, Lyndon, Danville, St. Johnsbury, Concord, Lunenburg, Guildhall and Lancaster, NH. The Cabot Repeater is linked full-time via RF to the Vermont Interconnect System.

 

Lincoln Peak VHF Digital – Wide Area DMR Coverage – K1VIT

Freq: 145.410 -600 Khz

Color Code: 1

Notes: This repeater is a part of the CAN-TRBO DMR-MARC Network.

 

Burlington UHF Digital – DMR Coverage for Burlington – KI1P

Freq: 446.475 -5 Mhz

Color Code: 1

Notes: This repeater is a part of the CAN-TRBO DMR-MARC Network.

 

Mount Snow UHF Digital – DMR Coverage for Windsor County – KI1P

Freq: 446.275 -5 Mhz

Color Code: 6

Notes: This repeater is a part of the DMR-MARC New England Network.