Welcome

Welcome to the Peak Radio Association, located in Corvallis Oregon. We operate the largest emergency communication radio network in Western & Central Oregon. Covering all of Interstate 5 and most of highway 101 & 97. Also providing greater I-5 coverage in Northern California from Corning North. Please take a moment and read our Tips page to learn how we operate. Welcome to the system!

Please note some problems found with the cheap line of Chinese radios such as, AnyTone, Wuxon, TYT, Baofung, Btech, Lution, Lexong and others. Some of these radios have poor receivers (popping sounds) and over all less then standard sensitivity. Additionally, some may experience poor transmit audio along with loud “mic clicks”. We would ask operators to be aware of this and consider other options. Thank you for your support.

Please join our Facebook group “W7PRA Repeaters (Peak Radio Association)” Please have your call sign in your nickname and click display on profile. This is our quickest and most reliable source to update you with system changes, outages, photos and more. Join today for free!

146.670 operational offering 160 miles of new continued coverage on I-5, South to Corning California. 10/29/2016

Echolink Node #521741, Call sign search “W7PRA-L” 
IRLP Node #7467, Call sign search “W7PRA
Bandwidth and hosting location donated by Buddys Diner, Eugene Ore.

146.820 – T100.0 West Point Marys Peak   (standalone) Corvallis

Club meetings 3rd Monday of the month @ 7pm (6pm dinner) downstairs at Tommy’s: Tommy’s 4th St. Bar and Grill in Corvallis, Oregon.


Peak Radio Association wishes to thank the following owners for the use of their repeaters & services:

  • Chris Novara – AB7BS (Founder)
    System Administrator, Trustee, Engineer
  • Chris Underwood – K7UND,
    Tower Climber & Tech
  • Johnny Jones – WA6RHK

  • William Thornton – K7THO
    Tower Climber & Web Admin
  • Jeremy Mathis – NS7R
    Web, Tower Climber, Tech
  • Carl Di Paolo – W7EXH
  • Dennis Hunt – W7CQZ