About CAUHF Group

The Central Arkansas UHF Group, founded in 2005, is a group of amateur radio operators and repeater owners from all over Arkansas.  We began with a keen interest in the UHF band because our two primary repeaters were both UHF, also known as “70 centimeters or 440”.  But today, we are interested in “All Bands — All Modes”, that’s our motto.  Membership, and our statewide repeater system, is open to all licensed hams.  Our primary repeaters in central Arkansas are:

443.200 (114.8 tone)
444.700 (114.8 tone)  –these three repeaters are linked full time—
145.490 (114.8 tone)

Our complete list of repeaters–and those belonging to our friends–is posted on the REPEATERS tab above.

We meet four times each year on the first Monday night of each quarter.  The meeting location is subject to change because we sometimes hold our monthly meetings in odd but interesting places.  Check back here often for the latest information regarding the next meeting.  Visitors and members of other clubs are always welcome!

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DMR Repeater Donation

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Donations are now being accepted via PayPal for purchase and installation of our new Motorola SLR 5700 DMR Repeater.

Our goal is $2500.00.  All donations are appreciated, small or large.  For more info, see article.

If you prefer to send a check, please mail it to the address at the bottom of this page.

Main Repeaters

AR Links System
443.200 (114.8) – LIttle Rock
145.490 (114.8) – Little Rock
444.700 (114.8) – North Little Rock
443.600 (no tone) – Future DMR Frequency
147.120 (131.8) – Haskell
444.675 (114.8) – Arkadelphia NEW
443.500 (136.5) – Malvern NEW
145.330 (114.8) – Morrilton
146.685 (141.3) – Dardanelle (Russellville)
146.745 (107.2) – Bradford
146.640 (131.8) – Benton OFFLINE

Stand Alone
146.775 (162.2) – Little Rock, Shinall
444.850 (114.8) – Little Rock, Downtown
443.000 (100.0) – Little Rock,
Markham & University BACK ONLINE

For a complete list, click on the AR Links tab above.

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