SITE CHANGE GB7FC

GB7FC has now moved to it's new site. All is working very well, and coverage is somewhat better.
Test have shown that from as far Chorley, Leyland and Preston that with a handheld from the town centre, access is very good. All the enhancements DMR-plus brings including D-Star Bridge to DMR, on DCS005-F Reflectors, DV4mini Hotspots, GPS data, repeater to repeater linking and more. I would like to thank ALL that have help with Blackpool repeater.
Grateful thanks Dave M0AUT
1-Sep-2015

GB7TE

The Martello Tower Group are pleased to report that the first D-Star 2m repeater in Essex went live on 17th July. All is working very well and generating lots of D-Star interest in North Essex. [info]
30-Aug-2015

DMRPLUS UK

With recent developments we can now offer Motorola repeaters as well as Hytera repeaters connectivity with the DMRplus network without any additional hardware a simple code plug change to the repeater. This will bring all the enhancements DMRplus brings including Reflectors, DV4mini Hotspots, GPS data, repeater to repeater linking and more. If any Motorola repeater keeper would like to connect their repeater contact gb7rr@gb7rr.co.uk
14-Aug-2015

RSGB NATIONAL HAMFEST

GB7HUK Hytera United Kingdom is licensed just for the show & will be a demo DMR Repeater live at the Newark Hamfest on the DMRplus Network in which Hytera & Motorola Repeaters can connect together come & talk to us about this Emerging Technology see you there 25th / 26th Sept 2015 The UK DMRplus Team. [info]
9-Aug-2015

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Latest Status Updates

GB7EP  Reported: G0OXZ
OPERATIONAL  18 Sep
Repeater operational however with intermittent loss of connectivity to DMR-MARC. ISP instigating repairs, ETTR 18 September 2015.
GB3MV  Reported: G1IRG
NOT OPERATIONAL  28 Aug
The repeater suffered a logic failure.
GB3BC  Reported: GW6CUR
OPERATIONAL  29 Aug
Back on with New Yaesu DR-1
GB7PP  Reported: G8HUE
OPERATIONAL  27 Aug

GB7FC  Reported: M0AUT
OPERATIONAL  26 Aug
Now operational

Status Summary

Red state: 30
Amber state: 59
Green state: 468

Vetting Summary

Vetting: new/unallocated: 0
Vetting: in progress: 14
Frequency requests: 18
NoV Requests with Ofcom: 35

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
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Renewal Requests in the last 7 Days

[MB6FG]

Proposals in the last 7 Days

NOTHING OUTSTANDING FROM THIS PERIOD

NoV Requests made in the last 7 Days

[30-Aug]  2E0ENN 70CM ANALOG GATEWAY (NEW) - 2E0ENN
[28-Aug]  GB3YL 70CM SIMPLEX RF LINK (RENEWAL) - M0JGX
[26-Aug]  GB7CK 70CM DIGITAL VOICE REPEATER (CHANGES) - M1CMN
[27-Aug]  GB7FI 70CM DUAL-MODE REPEATER (NEW) - G4RKY
[26-Aug]  GB7JL 70CM DUAL-MODE REPEATER (NEW) - G6TPG
[30-Aug]  GB7PF 70CM DIGITAL VOICE REPEATER (NEW) - G0VXN
[30-Aug]  GB7TC 70CM DIGITAL VOICE REPEATER (NEW) - G8VRI
[26-Aug]  M0RDC 70CM ANALOG GATEWAY (NEW) - M0RDC
[30-Aug]  MB6CC 2M SIMPLEX DV GATEWAY (NEW) - M1AEG
[30-Aug]  MB6FG 2M SIMPLEX DV GATEWAY (RENEWAL) - MW0HVB
[28-Aug]  MB7IHF 70CM ANALOG GATEWAY (NEW) - M0WTX
[26-Aug]  MB7ITH 2M ANALOG GATEWAY (NEW) - 2E0EVP
[26-Aug]  MB7IWR 2M ANALOG GATEWAY (NEW) - M0HRM
[26-Aug]  MB7UDY 2M PACKET:APRS (NEW) - GM0NHL

NoV Clearances in the last 7 Days

NO CLEARANCES SINCE  25-Aug-2015



Featured Repeater (random)  

Callsign: GB3PE
Keeper: M0ZPU
Channel: RV54 (2M)  
TX Freq: 145.6750 MHz   RX Freq: 145.0750 MHz
Mode: ANALOGUE VOICE
Locality:  PETERBOROUGH
Region: SOUTH-EAST
NGR: TF332042
QTHR: IO92TN
Lat/Lon: 52.6188, -0.033
Advised Status:  OPERATIONAL


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