6  Meters

2 - Meters 

145.430 repeater


146.850 repeater

147.150 repeater



900 Mhz


440.575 Mhz DMR repeater


D-STAR repeater

Acceptable Use Policy 





ALL WB4GBI repeaters are recorded 24/7.

The usage of ALL of the WB4GBI repeaters is now subject to the "Acceptable Use Policy." A document that explains the implementation of the AUP is available by clicking HERE.  Please see the "Acceptable Use Policy" page on the website. A PDF document is also available for download. If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at the link at the bottom of the page. Thank you!  73 de Tim WB4GBI

Acceptable Use Policy


Shirley Mizell Berry
June 3, 1938-April 26, 2013
I love you, Mom!!!

Me and My Mom

Utilizing several locations throughout the area, covering several different Amateur Radio bands, the
WB4GBI Repeater system provides East Tennessee with ample repeater service, for both the casual user and the emergency volunteer.

Please use the buttons on the left to navigate through the repeater pages, 
and discover what each repeater site has to offer! 


Here is the latest WB4GBI News:

The former KM4JXA D-Star repeater is now the K4HXD  D-Star repeater, and is now back on the air and in service with the new G3 gateway software! Please check  the 144.94 page for details. 

D-STAR repeater

Some changes have been made to the WB4GBI 145.17 IRLP repeater. Check it out on the 145.17 page.

The brand-new WB4GBI 147.150 two-meter repeater is ON THE AIR from Windrock Mountain!  This will be a wide-area coverage repeater with it's own unique coverage "footprint." The 147.150 page is under construction with new photos...check it out! 

147.150 Windrock

The WB4GBI 145.43 Yaesu Fusion and Wires-X repeater is temporarily off the air while the repeater is being returned to Yaesu for Warranty repairs. See the 145.43 page for details.

145.430 repeater

The WB4GBI 444.300 repeater  is on the air, but now requires a CTCSS encode tone of 118.8 Hz. Allstar is coming to 444.300! Check out the 444.300 page for new details. 

The 146.85 repeater has returned to the air at its new home! See the 146.850 page for details.

146.850 Mhz WB4GBI/R

146.94 50th Anniversary

Look at the cover of the November 2017 SERA repeater Journal...

The WB4GBI 146.94 repeater is celebrating its 50th anniversary of service in 2017!  The Front cover of the November 2017 SERA "Repeater Journal" features the 146.94 tower site. The 50th Anniversary Article is the "Guest Column" inside. You can read the entire article here. 

The 146.625 and 53.15 repeaters now have full emergency power!  See the 146.625 repeater page for details.  

As of January 2, 2017, the WB4GBI 440.575 DMR repeater is now affiliated with the "Brandmeister" DMR network. Information about "Brandmeister" can be obtained by clicking here.  

440.575 Mhz DMR repeater

The WB4GBI 146.73 repeater has a brand-new antenna and feed line! It is back at full power and full coverage!
Check  the 146.73 page for details.

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ALL  WB4GBI repeaters are listed on the web site:  repeaterbook.com.



More information about repeaters throughout the southeast can be obtained by a subscription to the Southeastern Repeater Journal

The Repeater Journal is a publication of SERA -
or better known as the South Eastern Repeater Association, 
of which WB4GBI is a proud FULL member!



All of the WB4GBI repeaters are completely open & available to serve 
the entire Amateur Radio Community!
(Occasionally, there may be a need to place a 118.8 tone on a repeater, 
due to reception problems or other outside interference, 
but this is only to eliminate reception problems - not to close a repeater!)
Thank you for stopping by this web site. 
Please enjoy these pages... and the repeaters... 
as they have been built, tuned, installed and maintained to serve everyone.

Special Note:
Back in early 1995 Tim had an opportunity to honor one of his mentors, George Shaver, K4HXD in a local Ham Club Newsletter.  George was the one person most responsible for taking Tim "under his wing" and showing him how much fun this hobby can be.  Tim's article was in response to George's passing, and he would like to share it with you here.

Ever Wonder why some repeaters just tend to "Act Up" in the dead of winter?!

I wonder why that is...



for more information... Contact Tim Berry in Knoxville Tennessee...
or better yet... for quicker response, just E-Mail here

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