In addition to several club shortwave radios for talking around the world, the Clay Center hosts amateur radio UHF and VHF repeaters. The W1CLA Repeater for the club, provides a safe, monitored frequency for newly licensed HAMs to start talking on the air. As an affiliate of the Minuteman Repeater Association (MMRA) the Clay Center hosts two of many linked MMRA repeaters providing communication all over eastern Massachusetts.
Clay Center Amateur Radio Club Repeaters
|Brookline, MA||446.325 MHz||-5 MHz (441.325 MHz)||146.2||W1CLA linked network
IRLP Node: 4942
Echolink Node: 4942 W1CLA-R
|Brookline, MA||146.985 MHz||-600 kHz (146.385 MHz)||88.5||W1CLA linked network|
|Burlington, MA||447.025 MHz||-5 MHz (442.025 MHz)||146.2||W1CLA linked network|
|*Natick, MA||449.125 MHz||-5 MHz (444.125 MHz)||146.2||W1CLA linked network|
|Brookline, MA||144.390 MHz||APRS Digipeter|
*New site in Arlington being tested for this repeater.
MMRA repeaters hosted by CC-ARC
|Brookline, MA||145.16 MHz||144.56 MHz (-600 kHz)||None||D-Star|
|Brookline, MA||N/A||146.22 MHz||146.2||Remote Receiver for
146.82 Boston Repeater