The oregon connection has formed the sister network Peak Radio Association by re allocating some standalone repeater systems into a smaller network that covers from Portland to Ashland and over to the Bend/Redmond area. For more information about this group you can visit the new groups website at peakradioassociation.org
Welcome to the Oregon Connection website, joining together the Rogue Valley Linking Association (RVLA) and the Oregon Repeater Linking Group (ORLG). Oregon Connection is designed to provide you a single location and resource to find out the information you need to use one of the largest repeater linking systems. This UHF/VHF repeater system allows you to communicate through Northern California, Most of Oregon and Southern Washington.
Within this website, you will find an up to date frequency list, system map & other tools. We also host a Forum in which we send out status updates of our system, along with providing forums in which you can post questions that other users can respond too.
Oregon Connection has agreements to link our system to other organizations. To find out which orgizations we have the ability to link into please click on the Links menu item to your left.
Oregon Connection Owners
Chris Novara, K7TVL (Administration,Founder)
Carl Di Paolo, W7EXH
Joseph Frodsham, KB7QMV
Johnny Jones, WA6RHK
Derald L Stafford, KC5CSU
William Thornton, K7THO(Administration,Webmaster)
Robert Thornton, KE7QP
Chris Underwood, K7UND
Mathis family, K7GVI
Salem Repeater Assoc., W7SRA
Oregon Connection would like to say thank you to the following site owners for their generosity.
Steve Porter (WA6YSM)
Silke Communications, Jim Silke (K7TBL)
Chambers Communications Inc
Bend Cable Communications
California Oregon Broadcasting Incorporated
Brookings School District
National Weather Service
U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management