The Big Bend Amateur Radio Club maintains a wide area, linked repeater system covering most of the Big Bend area of west Texas.

Donations to the BBARC are greatly appreciated and help maintain the repeater system.  A tax deductible gift can be mailed to 1402 N 5th Str, Alpine TX 79830 or through the club PayPal payment page.

Repeater map
BBARC Repeater Coverage


All standard offsets.
All repeaters require 146.2 Hz PL tone encoded on your transmit signal.
All repeaters are linked.

Frequency, Offset (+/-), coverage

Click on repeater to see coverage map:

147.120+ Shafter, Cibolo Creek, Presidio
147.020+ Elephant Mountain, south of Alpine, System hub
146.620- Ft. Davis, located at McDonald Observatory Mount Locke
146.720- Alpine, Pierce Mountain
146.820- Christmas Mountain, Terlingua, Terlingua Ranch, Big Bend National Park, Study Butte, South County Road
146.920- Glass Mountains, Alpine, Fort Stockton, I10 from Hovey Road (west) to FM2023 (east)
145.230- Emergency Repeater

All repeaters coverage map.

Local Crossband Repeaters

Alpine Center of Town (Morrison True Value Hardware Store)

446.15 simplex, requires 146.2 Hz PL tone encoded on your transmit signal.

West Texas Repeaters

Latest Repeater System News

Repeater Control Info for MEMBERS ONLY < password protected

Other Area Repeaters: West Texas Connection

last update February 15, 2023