Club Repeaters

    The Shoreline ARC supports three repeaters in lower Middlesex County in Connecticut.

    The repeaters are ‘OPEN’ to all licensed, Amateur Radio operators for enjoyment and camaraderie at home, visiting the area or on the road traveling.

    Please adhere to all FCC rules. If necessary, please ‘stand-by and listen’ if the repeaters are used for emergency communications.

  • Scroll down for additional information, turn on your radio and ‘Get On The Air!’ with local VHF / UHF communications.

  • Wide Coverage – Killingworth 145.290 (-600kHz) PL 110.9

  • Weekly activity includes:
    - Monday 7:45 pm – CT ARES Net
    (Automatically linked with the Woodbridge 442.500 Repeater)

    - Thursday 7:30 pm – CT SKYWARN Net / Weather Training
    (Automatically linked with the Woodbridge 442.500 Repeater)

  • The Killingworth Repeater is noted in the CT ARES Communication Plan for Amateur Radio Communications, when Amateur Radio is requested by Served Agencies for primary or backup communications within New Haven and Middlesex Counties (CT DEMHS Region 2).

    Served Agencies include the American Red Cross, National Weather Service, CT Department of Emergency Management & Homeland Security and local municipals/Emergency Management.

  • Local Coverage – 146.775 Westbrook (-600kHz) PL 110.9

  • The Westbrook repeater is utilized for local coverage in the towns of Madison, Clinton, Westbrook and Old Saybrook for general conversations. The repeater site is interfaced with backup power on the site’s generator.

    Locals “HAMS” as well as visitors and vacationers are encourage to use the repeater around town, at the beaches and other local attractions, especially during the summer months.

    Upon request the repeater can be used for primary or backup emergency communications for these communities.

  • Local Coverage – DStar 444.000 (+5MHz)

  • The DStar Repeater is located in Westbrook as we experiment with this mode. At this time, coverage is limited to Westbrook, Old Saybrook and portions of Clinton.

    The repeater is connected to Reflector 69 on the DStar Network, providing you with Connecticut statewide coverage and other various locations.

  • Wide Coverage – DMR Westbrook Site

  • Not directly affiliated with the Club, many members are utilizing the new mode called DMR (Digital Mobile Radio). Westbrook Emergency Management is supporting the Westbrook DMR Repeater affiliated on the CT ARES DMR Network, open to all users.

    Frequency: 445.7375 (-5MHz) CC 2
    The site provides Wide Coverage in southern Connecticut for DMR users, visitors and travelers. Talk Groups include CT Statewide, New York City, Northeast, North America, World Wide and various TAC Groups.

    For more information on DMR, click on DMR-MARC

    For more information on CT ARES DMR Network, click on CT ARES DMR