Contact and access information

Spokane Repeater Group, K7SRG


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This email is for information on:

  • Access for the SRG system. Please read over the "FAQ" before emailing (thanks). Also, list your call sign as it may not show in the header.

  • Emergency (ARES) coordination / contact.

  • Interest on a swap-shop item


    The access information is sensitive therefore, please respect that. SRG (system) is open and the information is free for you. Membership is not required however, very much needed for maintenance costs so, please consider joining.

    To emphasize this point:

    We have a few "rotten apples" that like to get this type of information to raise grief with repeaters and Clubs. Let's protect SRG. Therefore, keep the sensitive access info to yourself. Keep it off public access sites, such as the repeater directory, repeater site listings and other social groups (face book, twitter, etc.) Listing the repeater frequency is fine, but not the tones/codes for access. If you know someone that needs the information please ask them to contact SRG, here, like you did. SRG thanks you in advance for your cooperation in this matter.

    It's strongly suggested you read over the "FAQ" found on the main page's index. Also, It is helpful if you register by sending your name, call, address and number to the address below, either mail or email. While listing a P.O. Box as a return address is fine for mail, your physical location is needed to help in future coverage plans, and in some cases to help in determining the best access route for the system. If advised, sensitive information is protected. If you have any family amateurs that would be using the system, please list them as well as their call sign(s). They are welcome, too. Also, because of the increased email spaming going around the world, there are more and more "black list" entries on email severs. What this means, some of folks's email DO NOT work. So if you don't get a reply please try "snail mail" (old school, stamps, envelopes, etc).


    It's an open repeater however, there are costs to operate. It's very helpful to support the repeater by sending your annual membership of $50 to the address listed. We are "old school" (paper, stamps etc.) therefore, we prefer cash (in person) checks or MO's.

    Make checks out to:
    Spokane Repeater Group
    P.O. Box 734
    Colbert, WA 99005

    If the only way you can join is electronically, then log into your Paypal accound and send funds to our Treasurer, Joan at
    (she had to stick an extra "S" since gmail does not accept 5-letter addresses). Please include your call sign.

    If you are just traveling through the area, we understand and you are welcome to use the system, free for occansional use.

    Keeping a large area repeater on the air requires a huge amount of effort. If you can offer assistance in other ways you may check out a listing of projects and duties already underway. Nice for you to visit this page.

    Karl Shoemaker, AK2O, President, SRG


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