Here are a few repeaters in and around my area that I use.

My little slice of repeaters - Pi-Star Hotspots (3) and AllstarLink/Echolink
Hotspot Repeater (DualStar)442.9750 MHz+ 5 MHzDigital - for DMR CC1
ASL Repeater (BRIAN-SM ASL Node)441.950 MHz+ 5 MHz100.0 / 100.0
Tone optional on receive
This is a Baofeng BF-888 modified and in a repeater pair for short range use < 2 Watts, no Amp...yet - W1KMC-R
W1KMC-R is Echolink Node # 612217 / AllstarLink Node 506353. See its Supermon Page at HomeNode 50635
Repeater info for the KQ1L Linked system
Dixmont Repeater146.850 MHz- 600 kHz100.0 Hz
The KQ1L system has more repeaters, this is what I can hit from home. 12 County Net - Sundays at 09:30Local time.
For the list of linked repeaters, go to Dave Hawke's (KQ1L) website
Repeater info for the Piscataquis Amateur Radio Club
N1BUG VHF Repeater147.105 MHz+ 600 kHz103.5 / 103.5
Tone optional on receive
K1PQ UHF Repeater444.950 MHz+ 5 MHz103.5 / 103.5
Tone optional on receive
K1PQ is also on Echolink (K1PQ-R Node # 896607 / AlstarLink Node 506351 coming soon)
Repeater info for the Pine State Amateur Radio Club
N1ME/B 10 Meter Beacon28.247MHz None
A President HR2600 10 Meter 22 Watt Rig
VHF Analog146.940- 600KHzGreenfield - 88.5 Hz
Corinna - 100.0
Bangor - 103.5
Orrington - 136.5
UHF Analog444.400+ 5MHzused as a link
VHF DMR (DMR-MARC)145.310- 600KHzCC10
VHF Analog
Courtesy of Atlantic Communications
/ Alt local
146.805- 600KHzBald Mntn. 82.5

Our DMR Talkgroup setup is as follows:

Time SlotTalkgroupTalkgroup Name
1759SKYWARN© Primary
18801NETAC 1*
13172Northeast (CT-MA-ME-NH-NJ-NY-RI-VT)
13North America
113Worldwide English*
1310TAC 310*
1311TAC 311*
1113UA English 1*
1123UA English 2*
19998Parrot* (echo test for audio)
28802NETAC 2*
23123ME Statewide
23133NH Statewide*
28Region North (MA-ME-NH-VT); also SKYWARN© Secondary
23181New England Wide (CT-MA-ME-NH-RI-VT and New Brunswick)
* PTT Activated

For more information on DMR in Maine visit Everyone should read the page on Talk Groups, including the article by AA1SM (Tom Marshall) on Talk Group Hold Off Timers (HOTs), to understand how the C-Bridge Talk Group priorities are established. This is really important to understand!

For more information on the New England Digital Emergency Communications Network (NEDECN) visit

For more information on the DMR-MARC network visit