MB6LE down for maintenance on antenna back on air soon.... will report when operational. MB6ILE no issues
GB7DO near Doncaster is now on bench test and will be FULLY OPERATIONAL in the next few days. thanks to all for there help. Dave M0AUT / Paul G1ILF
WELCOME TO UKNH
Welcome to the UKNH & the Wires-X network, the following Digital and analogue gateways MB6IBW in Burntwood, Staffs 2E0OWC thanks Stuart, MB7AOK in Hoo High Street thanks to Steve 2E0SGG, and MB6ISR in Surbiton thanks to Rex G8UBJ Stuart M0SGS
ATTENDED ONLY GATEWAYS
From the beginning of August we have commenced issuing MB7A?? callsigns to Attended Only Simplex Gateways. "A" for Attended. Previously these have used your own callsign. The new callsign series will be implemented on renewal for existing gateways and straight away for new applications. For more details please contact Steve G8SFR
When submitting a renewal request please ensure that: 1. You use the same email address that is on your NoV, otherwise your request is ignored by the system 2. That you also submit a recent copy of your Ofcom Amateur Radio licence, the date of issue must be less that 4 years old. You can obtain an up to date copy on the Ofcom website. Your "Life Time Licence" has to be revalidated every 5 years. If you submit one that is out of date we will not be able to process your renewal. Thank you Steve G8SFR
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: