***As of 4-2020 The O.C. is now disbanded and all repeaters are connected to the Peak Radio Association system***

Founded in 2000,  just after the US West C.O. fire in Medford that took down all telephone communications in 4 counties, the Oregon Connection repeater network was formed. All sites are linked together for the purpose of community service & personal  communication needs. Covering I-5, portions of US 101 & US 97. We work with several site owners that all donate their space to this community service. We Thank You!

Please join our Facebook group “Oregon Connection Repeaters” for more information and to contact us with any questions. This is a great source for system news, outages and photos! To be added to our group, you must have your call sign in your profile.

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Donations directly to the repeater fund can be made here DONATE


(8-2019) Mount Bradley, 444.475 (Mt. Shasta, California) operational

(8-2019) Chase Mtn. 440.675 (Klamath Falls) operational once again covering the greater Klamath Basin

(7-2019) Cline Butte 442.125 (Bend) back operational serving Bend, Redmond, Sisters and beyond.

(6-2019) Walker Mt. 443.375 (Chemult) after 5 years, this repeater returns to the system after losing Odell Butte. Walker is 3 miles away, same coverage! (South Bend to North Chiloquin Hw97)

(5-2019) Onion Mt. 440.550 (Grants Pass) returns to the system after many years.

(2-2019) Please welcome the Grand Ronde Indian Tribe (W7GRT) and their repeater, 442.825 located at Spirit Mountain!