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DMR EAST ANGLIA

We're currently crowd funding a DMR repeater in East Anglia to cover Beccles, Lowestoft, Gt Yarmouth, Southwold and the surrounding areas. We believe this is the first repeater to be funded using online crowdfunding. For more information please visit the East Coast Repeater Group
Thanks M0JGX
27-May-2015

GB3CS

The Largest Repeater Group in Scotland the CSFMG will be holding their AGM on the 7th June at the Crofthead Farm Community Education Centre, Templar Rise, Livingston, EH54 6DG.
The meeting will take place after the Ham Convention.
17-May-2015

EASTBOURNE RALLY GB6SRF

The Sussex Electronics and Radio Fair is getting close. The special event station will be GB6SRF and QSL cards will be provided to anyone who contacts the various stations.
To be held on Sat 6th June and located at the Eastbourne Sports Park. FREE stands are still available to any Clubs, Societies, Groups and Educational plus Trade and Personal stands/spaces are available.
If you’re interested in participating, please book now! [more]
30-Apr-2015

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Latest Status Updates

GB3HF  Reported: G4LUE
NOT OPERATIONAL  25 May
Suspected PA failure.
GB3GR  Reported: G8SAU
REDUCED OUTPUT
The repeater is being tested with new Cavities and antennas, Maintenance is being carried out and there may be periods where the repeater will be off air. Thanks Barry

Status Summary

Red state: 28
Amber state: 60
Green state: 457

Vetting Summary

Vetting: new/unallocated: 0
Vetting: in progress: 17
Frequency requests: 14
NoV Requests with Ofcom: 16

DMR Key Features

Time-Division Multiple-Access (TDMA) preserves full channel width and divides it into alternating time slots that can each carry an individual call.
Motorola maintains that two-slot 12.5 kHz TDMA-based systems (providing 6.25 kHz equivalency) is more efficient.
This means that two separate conversations can be handled by the one repeater, on the same frequency but on a different "channel".
TDMA technology for narrowband 12.5 KHz (6.25 equivalent-6.25e) provides advantages of:
  1. feature flexibility
  2. lower equipment costs
  3. longer battery life
  4. future-readiness
  5. spectrum efficiency
Check here for more.
 

Renewal Requests in the last 7 Days

[M0RIG]  : [MB7IMR]  : [MB7IBT]

Proposals in the last 7 Days

[26-May]  GB7EB 70CM DIGITAL VOICE REPEATER (NEW) - M0JGX
[23-May]  GB7JH-B 70CM DIGITAL VOICE REPEATER (SITE CHANGE ONLY) - G8MUQ
[23-May]  GB3GR 70CM ANALOGUE VOICE REPEATER (FREQ.CHANGE) - G8SAU
[23-May]  GB7JH-C 2M DIGITAL VOICE REPEATER (SITE CHANGE ONLY) - G8MUQ

NoV Requests made in the last 7 Days

[27-May]  GB3HC 70CM DUAL-MODE REPEATER (CHANGES) - G0JWJ
[21-May]  GB3WF 70CM DUAL-MODE REPEATER (CHANGES) - M0JSE
[27-May]  GB3ZA 2M DUAL-MODE REPEATER (SITE CHANGE ONLY) - G0JWJ
[21-May]  GB7MR 70CM DIGITAL VOICE REPEATER (NEW) - G8UVC

NoV Clearances in the last 7 Days

[25-May]  MB7VS GRANTHAM  (2M) APRS - G8SAU
[24-May]  G0OMF ATHERTON  (70CM) GATEWAY - G0OMF
[24-May]  MB6IMG ATHERTON  (70CM) DV GATEWAY - G0OMF
[21-May]  GB7TE CLACTON ON SEA  (RV62) D-STAR - G7HJK
[21-May]  G4KIN SAINT HELENS  (70CM) GATEWAY - G4KIN



Featured Repeater (random)  

Callsign: GB3SK
Keeper: G6DIK
Channel: RB06 (70CM)  
TX Freq: 433.1500 MHz   RX Freq: 434.7500 MHz
Mode: ANALOGUE VOICE
Locality:  CANTERBURY
Region: SOUTH-EAST
NGR: TR137599
QTHR: JO01MH
Lat/Lon: 51.2981, 1.064
Advised Status:  OPERATIONAL

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