Sometimes we have to share the .94 frequency with Houston, San Antonio, and/or Fort Worth. Here is a short list of alternate repeaters to program your radio(s) to and a suggested memory channel number so you can quickly jump to the right frequency. Note that the (dot digit-digit) of the repeater becomes the channel number. This works nicely on the 2M band.
|146.900||none||-600Khz||3M repeater, wide area coverage, no tone||90|
|146.880||107.2||-600Khz||AARC repeater, Pickel Research Facility||88|
|147.360||131.8||+600Khz||Next door to the .94 but no shadow||36|
|146.640||162.2||-600Khz||WCARC repeater, Georgetown, linked to Taylor .45||64|
|145.450||162.2||-600Khz||WCARC repeater, Taylor, linked to Georgetown .64||45|
|147.280||100.0||+600Khz||NA6M repeater, Georgetown, wide area coverage||28|