Local Frequency List – Analog and Digital

New to the area and not sure where people tend to hang out on air? Reprogramming a radio and want to make sure you get all the local repeaters in? Well, you’re in luck! Here’s a list of popular frequencies in use in the southern Indiana area.

This list is constantly being updated – if we’re missing a repeater or frequency, let us know and we’ll add it!

Frequency Offset Tone Information
146.640 136.5 WB9TLH – Monroe County Repeater Association
147.180 + 136.5 K9IU – Indiana University Amateur Radio Club Analog OR C4FM(System Fusion)
442.250 + 136.5 Lawrence County W9WIN repeater (Huron)
443.775 + 136.5 Monroe County W9WIN repeater (Bloomington)

444.900

+ n/a

K9IU – Indiana University Amateur Radio Club MMDVM Repeater: All Digital Modes – Linked to Southern Indiana Network (No analog FM supported)

Indiana Repeater Council

Follow the link here (http://www.ircinc.org/) to be directed to the Indiana Repeater Council’s website. The IRC is our statewide repeater coordination association, and also maintains the Indiana frequency database for repeaters. Searching the Repeater Directory and downloadable files are available for radio programming.

Local Simplex

  • 146.580 Mhz (Analog) in Monroe County, IN

Repeater access with a Pi-Star (mmdvm), Rfshark, or Openspot(courtesy of Southern Indiana Network)

Pi-Star (mmdvm), Rfshark, and Openspot users can connect to the system using the following settings:

  • YSF – YSF US SIN_Southern -Indiana_Link
  • NXDN – 31188 w9windigital.org 41400
  • DMR – DMR master 3108 TG 31188
  • P25 – 31188 w9windigital.org  41000
  • WiresX – FCS WiresX room 43586

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