Affiliations:

WC0HC.ORG 

Location
Programming Name
Frequency
CTCSS
Use
Status
WC0HC Repeater List
Minneapolis
WC0HC-VM
146.700 (-)
127.3

Emergency/Training traffic only

We are also testing Echolink on this repeater on a temporary basis

Enabled
Plymouth
WC0HC-VP
146.700 (-)
127.3 (Tx)/118.8 (Rx)
Backup to Minneapolis repeater
Disabled
Edina
WC0HC-VE
145.430 (-)
127.3
General Use
Enabled
Golden Valley
WC0HC-UG
444.175 (+)
127.3
General Use
Enabled
Edina
WC0HC-UE
444.200 (+)
127.3
General Use
Enabled


Hennepin County Emergency Repeater System
146.700 MHz Repeater System Organization

The Minneapolis Repeater is for Emergency/Training traffic only, and is reserved for RACES/ARES, SKYWARN, and Metro Hospital Compact use. Please follow the established protocol when using this repeater.

Serving :

  • Hennepin County Emergency Management
  • Auxiliary Communications Team.

The HCEM AUXCOMM Team and the HCSO-CRT work together as the official RACES organization for Hennepin County.

  • Hennepin County Sheriff's Office Communications Response Team (formerly MARC)
  • Skywarn: National Weather Service
  • Amateur emergency communications needs throughout the Twin Cities Metro Region.


Upcoming Events

10/20/2017

The WC0HC-VM repeater in downtown Minneapolis will undergo some routine maintenance Saturday between 10 a.m. and Noon and may be off the air during those times. All repeater maintenance should be accomplished no later than noon. Thanks for your patience.

Latest News

8/30/2017
We are suggesting that Auxiliary Emergency Communicators who wish to program the WC0HC repeaters into their radios use the suggested Alphanumeric Programming Names (see above). This will make interoperability easier.


10/29/2016

P25 functionality is now disabled.


3/29/2016

  • We are testing the use of Echolink on the Minneapolis repeater. This is simply for testing and is to be considered temporary at this time. We will also be we can use Echolink on this repeater during emergency situations.
  • We are still investigating the functionality of the P25 side of the Minneapolis repeater