Door County Amateur Repeater Sites (DCARC) - Door County, WI



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The DCARC Repeaters are available for any licensed operator to use. We maintain 3 active VHF repeaters, 1 UHF repeater (Brussels Hill) and 1 cross-band repeater (Sturgeon Bay).

Active Repeaters

Sturgeon Bay - This W9DOR/R repeater has it's antenna located at 460 ft on the WDOR-FM tower, which covers most of Door County, parts of Northern Kewaunee County, and reaches across the bay into Oconto County, WI and parts of Menoninee County, MI. The Kenwood repeater has a output frequency of 147.21 Mhz (input 147.81) and PL tone of 107.2.

Sister Bay - Located on a tower just North of Sister Bay, the antenna at 300 ft covers a portion of Northern Door County and Washington Island. Using the Call Sign W9DOR, the Motorola MTR-2000 repeater has a output frequency of 147.18 Mhz (input 147.78) and PL tone of 100.0.

Egg Harbor @ Sunny Slope - This is the main DCARC repeater which is located on a tower between Carlsville and Egg Harbor, the antenna at 400 ft covers a portion of Northern and Central Door County. Using the Call Sign W9DOR/R, the 100W Mastr3 repeater has a output frequency of 146.73 Mhz (input 146.13) PL tone of 107.2, and voice ID announcement. It has a club sponsored Echolink node of W9DOR-R (node number 660181).

Brussels Hill - Located on a tower atop the Brussels Hill, the antenna at 170 ft covers a portion of Central and Southern Door County, including areas of Kewaunee County. Using the Call Sign W9DOR/R, the 100W Motorola MSF-5000 repeater has a output frequency of 444.000 Mhz and a PL tone of 107.2


Cross Band Repeater

Sturgeon Bay - Located on a tower on the West side of Sturgeon Bay, the UHF "Link" in Sturgeon Bay operates on 446.985 Mhz (Simplex) with a tone of 162.2, connecting to the club's Sister Bay repeater. Local users in Sturgeon Bay can use a hand held into the cross band repeater and easily talk to operators in Sister Bay.