Welcome to the Upper Rio FM Society’s website!


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October 19, 2016


Additional issues were found with the linking computer. We are working hard to bring the system back online. We apologize for the inconvenience and will have the system back online as soon as we can.


October 15, 2016


The linking computer at the hub is down. Parts have been ordered and should arrive either Saturday or Monday. We will make repairing the computer our top priority and get the linking system back on line as soon as possible.

In the mean time linking is not possible but the repeaters can still be used in stand alone mode.


September 26, 2015: The Diamond Memorial repeater on Sandia Crest is back in operation. There are no known problems with the repeater at this time.

January 4, 2015: An updated and fully scalable repeater map has been uploaded. The printable list of all repeaters that can link to the Upper Rio has also been uploaded See the Analog Repeater page.

April 13, 2014: General membership meeting times have changed. The new meeting time is 6:30 PM. Location is unchanged. See the Meeting Page for more info


 The Upper Rio FM Society

The Upper Rio FM Society started its journey as a club in 1968 with the help of eleven enthusiastic Hams interested in advancing the use of the two-meter band. Today, the organization boasts nine linkable 2-meter and 70-centimeter repeaters (two of which are D-Star digital repeaters). The linking system also has access to over 40 additional 2-meter and 70-centimeter repeaters located around New Mexico that make up the Mega-Link and other affiliated systems.

Whether you are a new or experienced Ham, an existing URFMSI member or someone who is interested in joining our organization, we hope that this website is useful. Enjoy, and please don’t hesitate to contact us with your comments or questions!


Report a problem: Have you noticed a problem with a repeater? If so please give us a shout at technical@urfmsi.org


We wish to thank the generous support from:


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