The Twitter account has mentioned the linked repeater systems in Oklahoma.
There are a number of repeater systems that cover the State.
1. Caprock Intertie
2. Kan-Okla Inter-tie Repeater Network
3. Southwest Independent Repeater Association
4. Lawton Independent Repeater Alliance
5. Tulsa Amateur Radio Club
6. Tri-State Amateur Radio Group
The Lawton-Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club also has a linked system.
This is in addition to the Internet Radio Linking Project repeaters:
3050 KB5KZS Bartlesville OK USA +443.1250 88.5 (Hz) CST -06003198
WA5QYE Enid OK USA 446.0500 141.3 CST -06003267
N5JAS Moore OK USA 0.0000 None CST -06003704
WX5LAW Lawton OK USA +444.0750 123.0 CST -06003761
W5PAA Oklahoma City OK USA -146.8500 141.3 CST -06003867
W5DEL Oklahoma City OK USA -145.2500 103.50 CST -06004274
KF5IRG Between Dallas & Tulsa OK USA 146.4200 88.5 CST -06007566
KB1HSZ Eufaula OK USA -146.6850 None CST -06007734
K5GLH Oklahoma City OK USA 445.9500 162.2 CST -06007764
W5NS Bartlesville OK USA -146.7600 88.5 CST -06008115
WX5ASA Altus OK USA 147.51 UTC +00008440
W5DEL Oklahoma City WIN System OK USA +443.3000 162.2 CST -0600
and the Echolink resources:
There are a growing number of D-Star repeaters in the State as well. Check RepeaterBook for updated repeaters in the State.
Do you have a net on your repeater?