Repeater Database

To view the public database of Alabama Frequency Coordination and Repeater Advancement Society (AFCRAS) coordinated repeaters, simply click on one of the links below to view the list sorted by either city or output frequency.


AFCRAS Public Frequency /  Repeater Coordination Database

To view the public version of the coverage and contour KML file for a repeater, just click on the “KML” hyperlink on for that record. Depending on your computer or device settings, the file will either open automatically in Google Earth, or you may be given the option to save it to your computer or device. In the KML files, the red outlined area represents the Service Contour (strong coverage area), while the area outlined in yellow is the Interference Contour (weaker to marginal coverage area.) Google Earth Pro (freely downloadable at last check) will even allow you to have multiple KML files open for simultaneous viewing.

This free, publicly viewable database indicates the locations of repeaters to DD.dd (two decimal place) precision. The actual location of a repeater may vary by up to just under a mile in any direction(s). If you are the holder of record or trustee of an AFCRAS frequency / repeater coordination and would like to request a copy of the more precise (DD.dddd – four decimal degrees) KML file(s) for your record, email your request to

The database of AFCRAS ham radio frequency and repeater coordination is always growing. At any given time we may have one or more applications under review or pending coordination. We will make every effort to update the online, publicly viewable database as soon as there is an addition, update, or removal of any frequency coordination.

Special information for other frequency / repeater coordinators:

The two-decimal place precision files available on this page should be more than precise enough for use by other coordinating entities.  If you are a representative of another coordinating entity working on a proposed coordination, it is recommended that you submit the data on your proposed coordination by email to AFCRAS at and we will promptly review it against all existing AFCRAS coordinations as well as any which we may have pending or under review for potential coordination and provide you with a prompt, courteous, professional response. Our goal is to reply to such requests within 24 hours or less.

NOTE: The publicly accessible database will not include names, addresses, telephone numbers, or any personal information, street addresses of repeaters, etc.