The Rock County Repeater Association





Vice President


Secretary / Treasurer

License Trustee

Greg Niles


The Rock County Repeater Association, (RCRA), exists to:

  • supply financial support for the repeaters owned and operated by members of the RCRA,
  • provide emergency communications as needed in the public interest,
  • fulfill the needs of its membership for local repeater facilities,
  • promote fellowship in amateur radio through diligent efforts to adhere to FCC rules and regulations and the bounds of good taste.

Membership is open to any licensed amateur radio operator of good operating practices.

Yearly membership cost:  $25.00.   Memberships expire 12/31. Use the donate button to the right or send your check to Greg Niles-K9GJN.  

Historical Note:  In the late 1990's, the hams that put up the original Clinton repeater were:    Hap, WB9SHS (SK), Bob, K9BNR, Norm, WB9UBJ,

Dave, N9HF, and Bill, AG7V (SK).   They salvaged a tower from Walworth County.   A number of people dug the tower hole and poured the concrete.   Bob and Hap found a shack in Milton.   They put it on a trailer and pulled it down the back roads to the repeater location.

In August 2014, the Clinton 2 Meter Repeater received a new antenna.  It is mounted at 140 feet above the ground.   The tower work was done by Bryan, W9MUP, from Monroe, Wisconsin.  Check his data page on   The aluminum mounting bracket was constructed by WA9JLD, Lyndon.

The Gin Pole, a crucial tool, was provided by Conrad, W9DL.   A 440 MHz Repeater Antenna was also installed along with a Beacon Antenna for 220 MHz.  Other hams that assisted were:  Bob, K9BNR, Brett, K9BY, Chuck, WD9BB, and Greg, K9GJN. 

Clinton 2015 10:    New 443.175 antenna installed.  16 Bay, Folded Dipoles.

The Clinton repeater site is near Interstate 43 and Wisconsin Highway 140.

The Radio Shack for the Clinton Repeaters was renovated with new Siding, Dry Wall, etc, in 2016.

Tower work by Bryan Waddell, W9MUP of Monroe, Wisconsin.

Come join us, use the repeaters, and support (as you are able) the fund for maintaining the Rock County Repeaters.

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