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The WARG repeaters are located in Willingboro, near the New Jersey Turnpike Exit 5, in Burlington County, south of Trenton and northeast of Philadelphia. The system covers central and southern New Jersey, southeastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware.
WARG was incorporated as a non-profit organization, rather than a club, in 1977. (The founders saw no point in competing with amateur radio clubs in the region.)
WARG operates three repeaters at a site within the township of Willingboro. Two of the three repeaters have PL (ChannelGuard) in service; see the table for tones and settings. Standard tone frequencies for this area of the State are used. The purpose of the units is to reduce co-channel interference.
The WARG wide-area coverage repeaters are open to all licensed radio amateurs. Common sense and courtesy is the only reasonable request in using our repeaters. Listen for and acknowledge those who may drop their call into a conversation before the courtesy beep. Use your good judgement, but we suggest you do not necessarily let that person calling in wait 3 or 5 minutes for a "turn." That weaker signal you hear may be a radio amateur in trouble...