About the Directory:

New England Repeater Directory (NERD) is the most accurate and up to date amateur radio repeater database available in our region.  The listings are a reflection of each system's true status, regardless of their coordination*.

Maintained by local volunteers of the amateur radio community, our data entry team instantly enters all changes and additions directly into the master database.  This website and the CSV file automatically refreshes nightly from the master database, ensuring that all data is always up to date.

Please help us keep NERD a valuable resource.  If you have any information for the database that you believe needs to be added, deleted or modified, please let us know by .  Repeater information for neighboring New York can also be found at our sister site; NYRepeaters.com.

Additional Sections

Database Search
Search our database by location and band to generate a custom list to your specifications.  You can also plot the results on Google Maps.  Websearch engine courtesy of Bob, K1IW.

Southeastern New England

View our special regional edition.  It covers select counties in Massachusetts including Cape Cod and the entire state of Rhode Island.

Database Download

New England

Export the database in Comma Separated Values (CSV) format.  This is useful for importing to radio programming software or offline viewing.  This file is exported from the master database nightly and matches the data on this site.

New England Repeater Directory Staff
  Administrators (2)  
 • AJ1L Jeffrey J. Lehmann Webmaster
 • K1IW Robert J. De Mattia Database Administrator
  Data Entry Team (4)  
 • AB1RS Richard W. Strycharz, Jr.  
 • N1DGQ Francis A. Swiech  
 • N1JBC Edwin (Jed) S. Barton, IV  
 • W1DLO Daniel L. Owen  
  Observers (4)  
 • KB1AEV Dana L. Underhill  
 • N1IMO Bernard J. Peabody  
 • N1UEC Louis D. Harris  
 • W1RJC Richard J. Cabral  

Email all additions, deletions, modifications
and/or comments to the .

New England Repeater Coordination*
 • New England Spectrum Management Council (NESMC)
 • Connecticut Spectrum Management Association (CSMA)
 • VT Independent Repeater Coordinating Committee (VIRCC)

NERD maintains relationships with these groups
to assist each other in maintaining accurate data.

* NERD does not get involved in repeater coordination.  A repeater listed in NERD has no bearing on its coordination.