This will eventually be a directory of Boston-area repeaters (including but not limited to the BARC machines) for area hams who are setting up HTs for the first time, or visitors to the area who want to program some local machines into their rigs. I am indebted to Tadd Torborg, KA2DEW, who has a similar list for Raleigh, NC, that I found useful for trip planning.
You can also find a comprehensive list of local repeaters in the New England Repeater Directory.
B means strong in downtown Boston. The third column is the PL tone or DMR color code. When I figure out how to use CSS in WordPress the rows will be color-coded for various clubs and networked repeaters.
2 Meter FM phone 144–148Mhz band
|145.16-||D-STAR — Brookline||MMRA|
|145.23-||B||88.5/100.0||Boston – Downtown (SKYWARN)||BARC|
|146.52||National 2 meter call channel||simplex|
|146.64-||136.5||Waltham – Prospect Hill||WARA|
|146.64-||NAC 293||P25 — Waltham – Prospect Hill||WARA|
|146.67-||146.2 in||Quincy – Forbes Hill||MMRA|
|146.82-||B||127.3||Boston – Prudential Center (Downtown PL)||MMRA|
|146.82-||B||146.2/127.3||Boston – Prudential Center (Main PL)||MMRA|
|147.42||BARC simplex talkaround frequency||simplex|
1.25 Meter FM phone 222–225Mhz band
|224.40-||103.5||Quincy – Forbes Hill||MMRA|
|224.94-||no PL||Waltham – Prospect Hill||WARA|
70 Centimeter FM phone 420–450Mhz band
|446.0||National 440MHz call channel||simplex|
|449.075-||88.5 in||Waltham – Prospect Hill||WARA|
|449.175-||B||CC1||DMR — Boston Downtown||BARC|
|449.725-||B||114.8||Cambridge – MIT Green Building||MIT|
33 Centimeter FM phone 902–928Mhz band
|927.0625-||B||D244||Boston – waterfront||MMRA/NEAR-900|