West Texas Permian Network
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Amateur Radio repeaters that provide coverage for the following counties in Texas: Midland, Ector, Winkler, Culberson, Reeves, Jeff Davis, Pecos, Ward, Loving, Upton, Crane, Andrews, Gaines, Dawson, Martin, Howard, Glasscock, Reagan, Irion, Tom Green, Sterling, Glasscock, Kent, Garza, Mitchell, Lubbock, Terry, and Hockley. 


This system is known as the West Texas Permian Network. It is a system of repeaters that are full-duplex linked via an RoIP server. It covers a large portion of West Texas and West Central Texas. The system is equipped with SAME (Specific Area Message Encoding) Alert Decoding capabilities and alerts all users in real time of severe alerts issued by the National Weather Service. 

Here is a current list of the repeaters that are linked together:

Odessa VHF 147.100
Odessa UHF 443.100
Midland UHF 443.125
Midland VHF 147.220 
Notrees VHF 147.160
Noterss UHF 443.175
Kent UHF 443.325
Sterling City VHF 147.200
Patricia UHF 443.250
Marathon UHF 443.200
Brady UHF 443.350
San Angelo 443.750
Big Spring UHF 443.150
Snyder VHF 147.180
Iraan VHF 147.120
Lubbock UHF 443.900
Post UHF 443.225