Two major north/south highways run through Coastal Georgia: I-95 and US-17; the page will provide information to help those traveling through the area. The first section lists analog repeaters in Coastal Georgia. There are both DMR and DStar digital voice repeaters in Coastal Georgia; of the two DMR is the most active and are listed in the second section. DStar repeaters are located in the third section.
This page is currently under (a lot of ) construction. Eventually I’ll have a VHF/UHF net listing added. In the meantime, please bear with me. If you have any suggestions or additions to the list below, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The analog repeaters provide almost seamless coverage along I-95 and US-17 through Georgia. The list is organized from north to south by frequency and they’re labeled by County/City with operating modes/features in parantheses.
146.9700 (PL 123.0) - Chatham/Savannah 147.2100 (CSQ) - Chatham/Savannah 147.3300 (203.5) - Chatham/Savannah (Echolink - Georgia Conference) 442.7000 (CSQ) - Chatham/Savannah (Echolink) 147.1050 (PL 100.0) - Bryan/Pembroke (Echolink) 146.7450 (PL 97.4) - Effingham/Guyton (AllStar, Echolink) 145.4700 (CSQ) - Liberty/Riceboro 443.3000 (PL 97.4) - Liberty/Midway (Echolink - Georgia Conference) 145.3300 (PL 131.8) - Glynn/Brusnwick (Echolink) 443.0250 (PL 118.8) - Glynn/Brunswick (Echolink) 146.8650 (PL 100.0) - Camden/Dover Bluff (Echolink - Georgia Conference) 146.8350 (PL 127.3) - Camden/Kingsland (Echolink) 146.8950 (PL 127.3) - Camden/Kingsland (Fusion) 147.1950 (PL 118.8) - Camden/Woodbine (Echolink - Georgia Conference)
Two DMR Repeaters, one in Savannah and one in Kingsland, cover I-95 and US-17 in Georgia. There is a gap in between them, but the Savannah repeater covers the northern part of Coastal Georgia and the Kingsland repeater covers the southern part including Brunswick. Both repeaters are on the Southeast C-Bridge Network and DMR-MARC and Brandmeister talkgroups can be accessed on them; see the Southeast C-Bridge website for more information. The two most active talkgroups are First Coast DMR (TS1 TG2 on both repeaters) and Kingsland Local 9-1. If you’re in the area on Wednesday nights around 2100 local, keep an ear on Georgia Statewide (TG 3113) for the Georgia DMR Net. (Note on abbreviations: CC# = Color, TS# – Time Slot, BM = Brandmeister)
442.8125+ (CC3) - Chatham/Savannah Static Talkgroups TS1 - TG 3 - North America (DMR-MARC) TS1 - TG 9 - Local 9-1 (linked to BM 310466) TS1 - TG 3113 - Georgia Statewide TS1 - TG 3174 - Southeast Region TS2 - TG 2 - Local Network (First Coast DMR) TS2 - TG 9 - Local 9-2 (Local only) Dynamic Talkgroups (Use TS 1) TG 1 - Worldwide (DMR-MARC) TG 13 - Worldwide English (DMR-MARC) TG 91 - Worldwide BM TG 93 - North America BM TG 312 - TAC-312 BM TG 317 - TAC-317 BM TG 3100 - USA Calling BM TG 3112 - FL Statewide TG 3139 - Ohio Statewide TG 3147 - TN Statewide TG 8951 - TAC-1 (C-Bridge) TG 9998 - Parrot (Audio Test) TG 13172 - NE Region BM TG 13174 - SE Region BM TG 31130 - GA ARES TG 31131 - Atlanta Metro TG 31132 - South GA TG 31137 - Kingsland Digital Link TG 31360 - Tri-State (NY,NJ,PA) TG 310592 - Vidalia Net TG 311350 - Waycross Local 9 444.6250+ (CC3) - Camden/Kingsland Static Talkgroups TS1 - TG 1 - Local 9-1 (linked to BM 311307) TS1 - TG 3 - North America (DMR-MARC) TS1 - TG 3113 - Georgia Statewide TS1 - TG 3174 - Southeast Region TS1 - TG 31127 - Florida ARES TS1 - TG 31128 - North Florida RES TS1 - TG 31130 - Georgia ARES TS2 - TG 2 - Local Network (First Coast DMR) TS2 - TG 9 - Local 9-2 (Local only) Dynamic Talkgroups (use TS1) TG 1 - Worldwide (DMR-MARC) TG 13 - Worldwide English (DMR-MARC) TG 91 - Worldwide BM TG 93 - North America BM TG 312 - TAC-312 BM TG 317 - TAC-317 BM TG 3100 - USA Calling BM TG 3112 - FL Statewide TG 3147 - TN Statewide TG 8800 - FDARN TG 9998 - Parrot (Audio Test) TG 13174 - SE Region BM TG 31128 - Jax Beach Local 1 TG 31131 - Atlanta Metro TG 31132 - South GA TG 31137 - Kingsland Digital Link TG 31360 - Tri-State (NY,NJ,PA) TG 31444 - RI Digital Link TG 31801 - The Gathering Spot TG 310592 - Vidalia Net TG 311350 - Waycross Local 9
There are two DMR repeaters that part of the Savannah area; otherwise I-95 and US-17 aren’t well covered by DStar repeaters. The two DStar repeaters are located in midtown Savannah and don’t cover much outside the city limits. Keep in mind that the VHF DStar repeater in Savannah uses a non-standard offset.
144.9400 (+2.5 MHz) - KK4SGC-C, Chatham/Savannah (usually on REF030B) 4440.5875+ - KK4SGC-B, Chatham/Savannah (usually on REF030B)