W4WSM Repeater system

Bowling Green, Kentucky Site

New Digital Repeater Coming Soon!


147.165 out / 147.765 in     Tone 100hz

Just a mile from downtown Bowling Green '165' is a high profile repeater with the receive antenna at 1030 feet above sea level.

The repeater is running a Kenwood TKR-750 driving a TE Systems repeater amp. 165 is the 3rd machine in the system established in the 90's.

At this time 165 is open receive and doesn't require a tone to access. There is a 100hz tone on the transmitter full time.

Thanks to Steve, K4WKU this machine has Echolink connectivity. Search his call on Echolink to connect.

444.10 out / 449.10 in

444.10 was the first repeater in the system and first went on the air about 1986. It is now operating as a mixed mode P25/FM machine. The repeater is a Motorola Quantar. For FM use it is using standard wide mode with an open squelch. It is transmitting a 100 hz tone so when you set up your radio be sure to run 100 hz tone so you will not hear the P25 signal when it's being used.

A NAC of 293 is being used on P25.

444.70 out / 449.70 in       DMR CC1

444.70 is the only ham UHF DMR repeater in southern KY. 

Running a Motorola XPR-8400 Mototrbo machine it covers from about Cave City to the TN State line.

We are part of the K4USD C-Bridge and support many talkgroups.

2 talkgroups are different than most other machines on the network.

SouthEast Regional and Kentucky Statewide are ONLY on TimeSlot 1 Full Time.

Please don't program your radio with KY Statewide or SE-REG on TS2!


List of W4WSM DMR Talkgroups

146.625 out / 146.025 in DMR

'625' is now running DMR on CC 11. It's under construction and will be the areas first multi-mode high profile digital repeater.

We plan on the modes being DMR, P25, Fusion and DStar. It will be networked.

Watch here for the latest news!

Morgantown, Kentucky Site

146.655 out / 146.055 in

Located on a tower at the Butler County Courthouse in downtown Morgantown running a Motorola repeater and split antennas.

It covers the Butler County area and has been worked mobile to at least Daviess County.