GB7 SC ON AIR

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Peterxrm
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GB7 SC ON AIR

Postby Peterxrm » Fri Jan 16, 2015 1:28 pm

GB7SC located on the south coast is now active.
RX439.4750
TX430.475
colour code 3

Linked to the MARC network and also to the London and south roaming group on T8 S2.

Paul-2E0SQK
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Re: GB7 SC ON AIR

Postby Paul-2E0SQK » Fri Jan 16, 2015 2:01 pm

could you please take a read of the sticky post at the top of the section and amend your details of your repeater please

Paul

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Re: GB7 SC ON AIR

Postby Peterxrm » Sun Jan 18, 2015 6:38 pm

The colour code posted above is correct. The choice of colour code for the repeaters is a matter of use by the repeater groups. The UK repeaters that are joined to MARC network are all on CC3.
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Re: GB7 SC ON AIR

Postby Peterxrm » Mon Jan 19, 2015 6:45 am

Hi Chris the choice of the colour code we are trying to use is of a ad hoc standard. The RSGB pages as you say area not correct. Look upon the colour code as the tone burst requirement for analogue repeaters and their allocation use.
Peter

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Re: GB7 SC ON AIR

Postby Paul-2E0SQK » Mon Jan 19, 2015 10:34 am

Chris is SC a linked repeater as I think I have just worked out the confusion on my part, if you read the sticky post at the top it asks for the TGs on each slot that was the info I asked you to add in but the call rings a bell now and being on CC3 is this one of the repeaters thats going to be part of the hub on local and regional slots only in the south by any chance


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