myGMRS.com is the reincarnated version of "The Repeater Resource," a short-term internet project with the intent of listing GMRS repeaters in the United States. As more and more GMRS licensees began to use the site, it was time to expand the project into a full-featured website.

This new site was created in September 2006 with a few features. myGMRS is constantly evolving and will never be "finished" anytime soon. I welcome the comments and criticisms of all users. Enjoy!

Rich Dunajewski

Latest Updates

NEW FCC ACTION:   June 5, 2018
The FCC is considering action on a Petition for Partial Reconsideration filed by Motorola Solutions Inc. regarding location and text data bursts on GMRS. We have been in contact with the Commission and will be filing a formal comment in support of the petition with some common sense restrictions.

Please read more on the forum: New FCC Action

Petition for Partial Reconsideration

Our hosting provider is shutting down operations shortly which required us to move to a new host on short notice. The site has been moved but there are some known issues with email not being sent out that we're working on. Please bear with us while we complete the migration as quickly as possible.

FCC ULS MAINTENANCE:   September 2, 2015
The FCC will be conducting server maintenance on the Universal Licensing System (ULS) over the holiday weekend. The system is expected to return on Tuesday, September 8, 2015.

During this time, new users may be unable to register as our local database may not have a copy of the newest callsigns issued just before the shutdown. We will resync with the FCC 24 hours after the ULS comes back online. We are always at least 24 hours behind the FCC's system due to a delay in their publishing system.

This should have no effect on existing users, or new users who had their callsign issued at least a few days before the shutdown. Thanks for your patience!

Great news for many of you! You can now update your callsign by clicking the "Edit My Profile" link in the menu on the right side of the page.

This comes in handy if your callsign has expired and you applied for a new one with the FCC. Just remember that you will need to wait 1-2 business days for your callsign to be detected by our system.

More great changes are coming, so be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for sneak peeks!