Maybe in CO where you have large mountains with tower farms, but in our area anything higher than the corn field is a potential antenna site and people keep exact locations quite. Not only for security but so that every other ham doesnt go up and try to get on the same tower. Many of the tower sites are free and with the price that could be charged people dont want to make waves. Do some people publish the location sure, do people know non published sure, but do they need the exact location, NO. Up on Hill number 6 is just as good as lat/long. Downtown is just as good a description as you really need. Coverage area is more important than exact location.Seldom Seen said:Not a difficult task at all actually, just tedious given the number of repeaters in the state, then cross referencing them in TOPO or Google Earth and adding them to the .gpx file. The myth that repeater sites are a closely guarded secret, so much so that national security is dependant on them remaining secret, is nothing more than a ham radio 'ol wives tale. Finding the sites was the easy part.