FEDERAL WAY AREA REPEATERS
The Federal Way Amateur Radio Club operates and maintains six
repeaters in the Federal Way area. These include two
2-meter analog repeaters, a 70-centimeter analog repeater, and
four Icom D-Star digital repeaters. Each of these repeaters
are open to the public.
Detailed information about club's repeaters can be found in the
club's Member's Only area
of this web site, or by clicking on the links to the right
The 147.040 repeater is
centrally located in Federal Way, and has good coverage to
Seattle, Kent, Auburn, and Tacoma. It is the main
place for the club, and our Sunday night net at 7:30pm. Encodes &
decodes a PL tone of 103.5. No auto patch available.
Located in south King County, this repeater has
great coverage of the Kent-Auburn valley, as well as Federal Way
and Tacoma. Encodes & decodes a PL tone of 103.5 for
The repeater offers an auto patch which operates with a PL tone
of 91.5 (see below).
Collocated with the 147.040 repeater.
Requires a PL tone of 103.5. This repeater, too, operates
an auto patch (see below).
146.840 / 443.850 /
New to Federal Way, these three digital repeaters
are located at the Federal Way Community Center.
Click here for more information.
The club's 146.760 and 442.950
repeaters offer auto-patch equipment to make local (non-toll)
telephone calls through the repeater system. Please ID
yourself before and after making an auto patch
Detailed auto patch info.
Auto Patch Up
Auto Patch Down
146.760 Mhz (minus)
442.950 Mhz (plus)
635 (phone number)