The Western Washington Repeater Association (WWRA) manages two amateur radio repeaters situated on Gold Mountain seven miles West of Bremerton, Washington. Bremerton is located West of Seattle across Puget Sound.
The purpose of this web page is to inform the public, association members
and amateurs in general about our group and its activities.

The WWRA is not a "social" organization although we have over 150 members. We only have one membership meeting a year. The Board of Directors have meetings throughout the year. All technical work on the repeaters is accomplished by a standing Operations Committee. The Board and Committee are elected at the
annual meeting. The 2-meter repeater has been operating for over 25 years. To the right is a photo of the antennas which are located on the KCPQ Television antenna tower. Note the ice shield over the two four-pole Sinclair folded dipoles. Learn about the Ops folks activities by clicking on Ops TASKS below. It is updated
frequently providing and insight to their triumphs and setbacks. The Ops Committee is always looking for a few good technically interested persons
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Welcome to the Western Washington Repeater Association