Introducing the Sinbad Repeater System
The Sinbad Desert Amateur Radio Club repeater system covers most of Eastern Utah and parts of Salt Lake and Utah Counties using the following club repeaters: 147.060 (Horn Mountain), 147.320 (Bruin Peak), 147.080 (Point of the Mountain)*, 145.310 (Ford Ridge), 147.140 (Cedar Mountain), 147.080 (Boarding House Ridge)*, 146.610 (Abajo Peak), IRLP Node 3270, and 147.080 (Henry Mountains)*. There is another repeater located in the Uinta Mountains that is also linked to the Sinbad System full-time, 145.490 (Grizzly Ridge)When using the system please allow 1 second after keying the microphone to speak so all listeners of the system can hear your transmission.
There are also some standalone repeaters in our area that the club helps support that are sponsored by local hams. They are 448.550 (IRLP Node 3280), 447.700 (Horn Mountain), 449.825 (Star Point), and 223.920 (Skyline).
The Sinbad system and some of the standalone repeaters have remote base functionality ranging from HF to UHF. There are also various APRS radios and two IRLP and Echolink Nodes in the Club's geographical area.
* These repeaters are located in different geographical locations and use different sub-audible tone for access. For more information please click on the repeaters name to the right or contact any club officer.