The GB3PY FM repeater in Cambridge is now operational on a new frequency pair. It has been changed to a wide split in order to reduce interference from other services. See the Cambridge Repeater Group website for more details. Details of new frequencies can be found HERE>
Take a look at the post from Andy, 2E0DIQ to see some photographs and a few words relating to the radio meet that he organised recently. Andy is a very modest chap however, I know that I can speak for the radio community in praising his efforts in encouraging radio activity. To summarise his ethos […]
The GB3PC C4FM/Fusion and FM repeater is now operational in Peterborough. Keeper is Daniel, M0RHG. More details HERE.
The GB3JC FM repeater is now operational from a new location in Catton, Norwich. It is currently running in low power mode pending antenna upgrade. Keeper is James, M0ZAH. More details HERE.
Now re-scheduled for Wednesday 7th March. Andy, 2E0DIQ, is hosting an informal meeting for those with an interest in radio of all types. The meet has the theme of ‘Get Radio Active’ and there will be equipment displays as well as plenty of opportunity for the usual radio related chit chat. Starting at 7.30 […]
John, GM1YME, has produced a codeplug which he has made available as stated in the message he sent me below: – Feel free to share my GD-77 codeplug which has all UK Analogue and DMR repeaters in it plus other useful frequencies. It’s optimised for Scotland but can easily be changed. http://www.gm1yme.uk
Gary, M6FCV, got in touch to advise that the GB7CE Fusion repeater in Colchester is dual mode and therefore will support analogue FM. I’ll add it to the codeplugs when vetting has been completed.
The CTCSS tones for both GB3CL Clacton and GB3CE Colchester FM repeaters have changed to 67.0 Hz. I will update the codeplugs hosted here shortly. In the meantime you will need to update your radios if you use GB3CL or GB3CE.
James, G7MLO, has kindly made available a codeplug for the Radioddity GD-77 dual band DMR radio. It is customised for the East Anglia region. You must use CPS version 2.05 and radio software version 3.00.06. Both are available to download from the Radioddity website. You can download a copy from HERE.
Andy, 2E0DIQ, advised that I had TG840 on slot 1 when it should be on slot 2. Now corrected – apologies if it’s caused you problems! I have also added the regional link TG841 to both the zone and scan lists.