East County Repeater Association

8/30/2021: It is with deep regret and profound sadness that we announce the passing of Granville “Gran” Clark, K6RIF. Gran passed away during the weekend of 8/21, apparently due to complications from being hospitalized. He was 88 years old. Gran was one of the founders of ECRA back in the early eighties, and a staunch supporter of the club up until his death. He will be sorely missed. Godspeed and 73, Gran. FUNERAL SERVICES FOR K6RIF: Saturday, September 11, 2021 at noon. First Presbyterian Chuch of El Cajon. The church is located at 500 Farragut Circle in the City of El Cajon (92020).

Next ECRA Meeting: Monday October 4, 2021. For details, see ECRA Meetings.

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UPDATE (June, 2021): The Rattlesnake Peak repeater (AA6WS 147.765 – 79.7Hz) has been replaced with updated equipment and is working great. Be sure to check out the new repeater and say hello.

In the spirit of amateur radio, ECRA repeaters are open for all licensed amateur radio operators to use. Premium features such as remote base access, etc. are reserved for ECRA members only.

ECRA owns and operates 8 VHF and UHF repeaters in the Southern California area. Strategically located, ECRA repeaters provide excellent coverage of virtually all of San Diego and Imperial counties. ECRA, along with the Arizona Repeater Association, comprise the CalZona Link, with coverage from San Diego to Phoenix, Arizona.