Members of our Club maintain one of the most extensive and robust Ham Radio Repeater Networks in California, with virtually 100% coverage throughout El Dorado County. Our Repeater network call sign, AG6AU, reflects our rich, Gold-country heritage, composed of the chemical element symbols for Ag (Silver) and Au (Gold):
147.825 MHz (- offset) (pl 82.5) High-level repeater with the transmitter located on Mt. Danaher near Camino, CA and several voting receivers located throughout the county.
147.975 MHz (- offset) (pl 82.5) Low-level repeater located in El Dorado Hills, linked to 147.825. Covers El Dorado Hills Blvd, Silva Valley Parkway and EDH Town Center with a handheld radio.
52.78 MHz ( - offset) (pl 107.2) High-level repeater located on Bald Mountain near Georgetown, CA. Linked to 147.825 MHz during nets and events.
441.725 MHz (+ offset) (pl 82.5) Low-level repeater located near Lotus, CA linked full time to 147.825 MHz
EchoLink node AG6AU-R #668182
224.060 MHz (- offset) (pl 127.3) Located on Pine Hill has great coverage of El Dorado and Sacramento County
927.2375 MHz (- 25 offset) (pl 127.3) Located near Rescue, CA
927.2750 MHz (-25 offset) (pl 127.3) Located on Bald Mt
Repeater Trustee: Bob Hess, W1RH
Other Area Repeaters
146.805 MHz (- offset) (pl 123.0) KA6GWY High-level repeater used in El Dorado County primary Search and Rescue.
462.725 MHz (CH 22) GMRS Neighborhood Radio Watch Repeater, serving the Coloma Lotus area.
462.725 MHz (CH 22) GMRS Neighborhood Radio Watch Repeater, serving the Oak Hill area.
462.600 MHz (CH 17) GMRS Neighborhood Radio Watch Repeater, serving the Grizzly Flat, Somerset and Omo Ranch areas.
More Information about Repeater access, and our GMRS Neighborhood Radio Watch Program HERE