Rabbit Radio Network, led by Emmett Dunlap, WA6COT is made up of Licensed radio amateurs interested in the camaraderie of friendly hams using 7 UHF inter-linked sites in Southern California. Rabbit Radio provides link ports to the Cactus Intertie System.
A closed, private amateur radio system consisting of a large number of remotely controlled base stations, or “Remote Base” for short, that are interconnected utilizing full duplex links. This linked system covers large portions of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Colorado and Texas. Additional coverage is available in the Washington D.C. and the surrounding areas of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware on a full time basis. Additional coverage is also available on a full time basis in the Atlanta, Georgia and the Kalispell, Montana area.
Calnet a multi repeater amateur radio system serving most of California and parts of Nevada. The Calnet system consists of numerous fulltime linked 440 MHz repeaters connecting San Diego to San Francisco and Lake Tahoe. The system has 440 MHz coverage in the areas of Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Imperial, Riverside, San Diego, Kern, Ventura, Fresno, San Joaquin, Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Placer, El Dorado, Washoe, Carson City and Douglas Counties.
The Condor Connection is an open, 222 MHz integrated network of privately owned repeaters. The system covers most of California from below the Mexican border to North Central California, and parts of Arizona and Nevada. The system is intended for long-range VHF communications.
The PAPA System is a community of 300+ radio amateurs enjoying the use of twenty-two (22) inter-linked analog and digital D-Star and DMR repeaters, providing extensive coverage of the Southern California region and beyond.
Paul Strauss, WD6EBY has assembled an amazing local repeater group, including 2 meter and 70cm, as well as a growing mesh network. Repeaters include Camarillo Hills, Chatsworth Peak, Sulphur Mountain, Rasnow Peak and San Ynez Peak.
This 1.2 GHz repeater network covers a really wide area.
Western Amateur Linking Association
WALA links repeaters in many bands, including 2 meter, 222 MHz, 440 MHz, and even 1.2 GHz.
Welcome to the Western Intertie Network, or the WIN System is a series of over 100 linked, or inter-tied repeaters; most are UHF repeaters, but they have some 2-meter and 220 repeaters as well, that cover a great deal of California, 16 states, and four countries around the world.