Radio Programming

You can find a list of frequencies HurstARC uses to load into new radios in order for new hams or those that just want to get up and running quickly, can. It is a list of common repeaters and simplex frequencies that surround Hurst. It is not a complete list, but some of the more common around the area that can be accessed by a handheld radio.

Channel
Name
Repeater
Location
Frequency
& Offset
Offset
(MHz)
Squelch
Type
Tone
Frequency
HUR7100Hurst147.100 +0.600TSQL110.9
HUR2850Hurst442.850 +5.000Tone110.9
BED2825Bedford442.825 +5.000TSQL110.9
COL1900Colleyville441.900 +5.000Tone110.9
EUL2900Euless442.900 +5.000Tone110.9
NRH5370NRH145.370 -0.600Tone110.9
NRH1750NRH441.750 +5.000Tone100.0
FTW6940Fort Worth146.940 -0.600Tone110.9
FTW4100Fort Worth444.100 +5.000Tone110.9
FTW2125Fort Worth442.125 +5.000Tone156.7
ARL7140Arlington147.140 +0.600Tone110.9
ARL4200Arlington444.200 +5.000Tone100.0
KEL7200Keller147.200 +0.600Tone110.9
DAL6880Dallas146.880 -0.600Tone110.9
DAL6700Dallas146.700 -0.600Tone110.9
NET2175NETARC442.175 +5.000Tone110.9
NET3875NETARC443.875 +5.000Tone110.9
NET4700NETARC444.700 +5.000Tone110.9
NET5400NETARC145.400 -0.600Tone110.9
HURSPLHurst146.400Simplex
2MSPLXNational146.520Simplex
440SPLNational446.000Simplex

For this information in a CSV file that is CHIRP friendly, You can download the list here: North Texas Memory Clean. This file will import directly into CHIRP, allowing you to get started quickly.