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Join us for a feedback and retrospective meeting on December 6th, at 18:30 Pacific time. We’d like to hear what went well and what could be improved, in anticipation of next year’s event.


About

The Repeater Roundabout is a weekend-long event held on many of our local repeaters. The goal is to meet new people and work repeaters you might not usually key up. Light up the airwaves and make some noise on the great repeaters in the Puget Sound area!

The Repeater Roundabout will begin on November 19th, 2022 at 00:00, and end on November 20th, 2022 at 23:59, Pacific time.

Anyone with a ham radio license can participate ! You don’t even have to be local; stations may participate over Echolink or Allstar if they are available.

This page was last updated on Monday November 28 at 14:12.


Results

The contest is over ! Many thanks to those who participated; we hope you had fun. Check back next year for the next Repeater Roundabout !

Please don’t hesitate to send us your thoughts and feedback, either by email at k7drq@psrg.org or on our Discord server.

Here are some stats on the contest, based on the logs received. These numbers are underestimates, because we are missing a good number of logs !

  • Number of participants who submitted logs : 34
  • Total number of contacts made : 1,113
  • Number of unique operators contacted : 273
  • Number of repeaters activated : 94


Leaderboard

Many congratulations to our winner, K7MCK !

  Callsign Entries Duplicates Base Score Bonus Points Total Score
1 K7MCK 92 20 72 28 100
2 N7OMS 98 31 67 22 89
3 K7DRQ 107 47 60 19 79
4 W7MKE 98 36 62 15 77
5 W7EDE 53 0 53 9 62
6 KK7AIP 72 24 48 13 61
7 WB7J 58 9 49 11 60
8 KI7RMU 52 4 48 6 54
9 AE7GG 44 0 44 6 50
10 KG7ODB 42 0 42 8 50
11 KB7RYY 46 6 40 7 47
12 K7WFB 34 1 33 4 37
13 W7ITL 40 10 30 4 34
14 AG7LR 31 2 29 2 31
15 K7CRZ 26 0 26 4 30
16 AH6EZ 22 0 22 2 24
17 K7PJP 27 6 21 2 23
18 KE7NOR 19 3 16 2 18
19 K9BDC 12 0 12 5 17
20 KI7AUH 23 7 16 0 16
21 AI7OZ 14 0 14 2 16
22 AB6MB 14 0 14 0 14
23 NU7J 22 9 13 0 13
24 KX2CW 11 4 7 2 9
25 W7VXS 10 4 6 3 9
26 N7BRR 5 0 5 4 9
27 KB8BMY_KK7IJZ 8 2 6 0 6
28 K7CDQ 8 4 4 0 4
29 W7JSM 6 2 4 0 4
30 KM6SO 4 2 2 2 4
31 WS7A 8 6 2 0 2
32 K7RMZ 4 2 2 0 2
33 W6OAT 2 1 1 0 1
34 KK7EV 1 0 1 0 1


Club Standings

These are the total number of activations on the repeaters belonging to each club, including duplicate contacts on the same repeater.

  Group Activations
1 Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service 128
2 Radio Club of Tacoma 63
3 Snohomish County Auxiliary Communications Service 63
4 Puget Sound Repeater Group 57
5 SeaTac Repeater Association 51
6 Federal Way Amateur Radio Club 46
7 Mercer Island Radio Operators 46
8 West Seattle Amateur Radio Club 39
9 Barry K7PAL’s Western Washington repeater system 37
10 Highline Amateur Radio Club 31
11 Mike and Key Amateur Radio Club 30
12 Eatonville Amateur Radio Club 29
13 Puget Sound Energy Amateur Radio Group 28
14 Mason County Amateur Radio Club 27
15 Boeing Employees Amateur Radio Society 26
16 Shoreline Auxiliary Communications Service 26
17 Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club 22
18 Olympia Amateur Radio Society 22
19 Boeing Employees Amateur Radio Operators North Society 21
20 Pierce County ARES 20
21 Lake Washington Ham Club 19
22 Western Washington Repeater Group 17
23 Tom N7OEP’s repeater system 16
24 Western Washington DX Club 16
25 Capitol Peak Repeater Group 15
26 Jefferson County Amateur Radio Club 15
27 Mark K7DK’s repeater system 15
28 Peter K7PP’s repeater network 15
29 Kitsap County Amateur Radio Club 14
30 Radio Amateurs of Skagit County 14
31 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club 14
32 Tom WA7TBP’s repeater system 14
33 Chehalis Valley Amateur Radio Society 13
34 Mount Baker Amateur Radio Club 13
35 Snohomish County Hams Club 13
36 North Mason Amateur Radio Emergency Service Club 10
37 Island County Amateur Radio Club 8
38 Stanwood Camano Amateur Radio Club 8
39 West Sound Amateur Radio Club 8
40 Roy Area Communications Network 7
41 Maple Valley Emergency Repeater Association 6
42 Marrowstone Island Amateur Radio Club 6
43 San Juan County Amateur Radio Society 6
44 Greater Kingston Radio Club 5
45 Northshore Emergency Management Coalition 5
46 Pacific Northwest 220Mhz Repeater Network 3
47 Charlie N7KN’s repeater system 2
48 Steve N9VW’s repeater system 2
49 Western Washington Radio Group 2


Repeater Standings

This table shows how many contacts were made on each repeater, including duplicates. The Readability score is the average signal report across all reports for that repeater – it’s the number of the CM report, or the R in an RS(T) report.

  Group Frequency Activations Readability
1 Puget Sound Repeater Group 146.960 41 4.8
2 Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service 444.550 33 4.76
3 Mike and Key Amateur Radio Club 146.820 26 4.5
4 Barry K7PAL’s Western Washington repeater system 444.700 25 4.44
5 Mercer Island Radio Operators 147.160 25 4.4
6 Radio Club of Tacoma 147.280 23 4.48
7 Snohomish County Auxiliary Communications Service 146.920 23 4.09
8 SeaTac Repeater Association 146.875 22 4.45
9 Boeing Employees Amateur Radio Operators North Society 443.925 21 4.1
10 Mercer Island Radio Operators 440.150 21 4.48
11 Pierce County ARES 145.370 20 4.5
12 Snohomish County Auxiliary Communications Service 443.725 20 4.55
13 Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club 444.475 19 4.0
14 Boeing Employees Amateur Radio Society 145.330 19 4.21
15 Federal Way Amateur Radio Club 442.950 19 4.53
16 Lake Washington Ham Club 145.490 19 4.32
17 Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service 443.475 19 4.37
18 West Seattle Amateur Radio Club 441.800 19 4.11
19 Eatonville Amateur Radio Club 146.700 18 4.33
20 Federal Way Amateur Radio Club 147.040 18 4.11
21 Puget Sound Energy Amateur Radio Group 443.625 18 4.5
22 SeaTac Repeater Association 443.050 18 4.78
23 West Seattle Amateur Radio Club 145.130 18 3.94
24 Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service 442.300 17 3.71
25 Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service 442.875 17 4.35
26 Highline Amateur Radio Club 146.660 16 4.5
27 Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service 443.650 16 4.25
28 Western Washington DX Club 147.000 16 4.06
29 Capitol Peak Repeater Group 145.470 15 4.47
30 Highline Amateur Radio Club 443.100 15 3.93
31 Jefferson County Amateur Radio Club 145.150 15 3.8
32 Mark K7DK’s repeater system 440.950 15 4.4
33 Peter K7PP’s repeater network 441.200 15 3.6
34 Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service 440.600 15 3.2
35 Kitsap County Amateur Radio Club 444.075 14 3.93
36 Puget Sound Repeater Group 52.870 14 4.21
37 Radio Amateurs of Skagit County 145.190 14 4.29
38 Radio Club of Tacoma 145.210 14 4.21
39 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club 441.825 14 4.64
40 Tom WA7TBP’s repeater system 444.525 14 4.29
41 Chehalis Valley Amateur Radio Society 147.060 13 3.85
42 Mason County Amateur Radio Club 443.250 13 3.15
43 Radio Club of Tacoma 147.380 13 4.08
44 Radio Club of Tacoma 440.625 13 5.0
45 Shoreline Auxiliary Communications Service 440.300 13 2.92
46 Barry K7PAL’s Western Washington repeater system 444.425 12 4.92
47 Mason County Amateur Radio Club 146.720 12 4.0
48 Olympia Amateur Radio Society 441.400 12 4.25
49 Shoreline Auxiliary Communications Service 442.825 12 4.17
50 Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service 443.200 11 3.82
51 Snohomish County Auxiliary Communications Service 442.975 11 4.18
52 Snohomish County Hams Club 147.180 11 3.36
53 Tom N7OEP’s repeater system 440.075 11 4.09
54 Eatonville Amateur Radio Club 442.725 10 4.2
55 Mount Baker Amateur Radio Club 146.740 10 3.8
56 North Mason Amateur Radio Emergency Service Club 145.170 10 4.1
57 Olympia Amateur Radio Society 147.360 10 3.5
58 Puget Sound Energy Amateur Radio Group 442.725 10 4.4
59 Federal Way Amateur Radio Club 146.760 9 3.67
60 SeaTac Repeater Association 224.440 9 4.67
61 Western Washington Repeater Group 53.870 9 4.33
62 Island County Amateur Radio Club 146.860 8 3.75
63 Stanwood Camano Amateur Radio Club 147.360 8 3.0
64 West Sound Amateur Radio Club 145.390 8 3.12
65 Western Washington Repeater Group 53.570 8 3.0
66 Roy Area Communications Network 444.175 7 2.43
67 Snohomish County Auxiliary Communications Service 444.025 7 2.43
68 Maple Valley Emergency Repeater Association 147.260 6 2.83
69 Marrowstone Island Amateur Radio Club 440.725 6 4.17
70 Boeing Employees Amateur Radio Society 224.340 5 4.2
71 Greater Kingston Radio Club 444.725 5 3.2
72 Northshore Emergency Management Coalition 442.000 5 4.2
73 Tom N7OEP’s repeater system 53.330 5 4.6
74 Mike and Key Amateur Radio Club 224.120 4 4.25
75 San Juan County Amateur Radio Society 146.700 4 3.75
76 Mount Baker Amateur Radio Club 444.050 3 3.67
77 Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club 444.5625 2 5.0
78 Boeing Employees Amateur Radio Society 442.075 2 5.0
79 Charlie N7KN’s repeater system 441.425 2 5.0
80 Mason County Amateur Radio Club 927.4125 2 3.0
81 Pacific Northwest 220Mhz Repeater Network 224.780 2 4.5
82 Puget Sound Repeater Group 440.775 2 4.5
83 San Juan County Amateur Radio Society 224.480 2 2.0
84 SeaTac Repeater Association 927.2125 2 4.0
85 Snohomish County Hams Club 444.575 2 2.0
86 Steve N9VW’s repeater system 53.830 2 3.5
87 West Seattle Amateur Radio Club 440.975 2 5.0
88 Western Washington Radio Group 224.880 2 2.0
89 Bainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club 53.430 1 4.0
90 Eatonville Amateur Radio Club 224.180 1 5.0
91 Pacific Northwest 220Mhz Repeater Network 224.220 1 2.0
92 Shoreline Auxiliary Communications Service 224.020 1 4.0
93 Snohomish County Auxiliary Communications Service 146.780 1 4.0
94 Snohomish County Auxiliary Communications Service 440.375 1 2.0