GB3BY Repeater

Introduction

GB3BY is a 70cm FM repeater in Blackpool, Lancashire. The NOV holder is G0WDA.

It transmits on 430.975MHz, has a +7.6MHz split with a CTCSS access tone of 82.5Hz.

Please ensure your radio is set to FM narrow deviation 2.5KHz 

Link to GB3BY on qrz.com

Operating

GB3BY is permanently connected to the HUBNet network. Please leave a gap of four seconds between overs to allow all linked nodes to reset and for anyone else to join in. Without pauses, nodes on the network can time out.

Repeater Tones

Several tones are used by the repeater to indicate its operational states. 

When you transmit into the repeater and it's connected to another node, as you unkey, the gateway will reply with a morse K (dah-dit-dah) with a higher frequency of 1200Hz.

When you transmit into the repeater and it isn't connected to another node, as you unkey, the gateway will reply with a morse K (dah-dit-dah) with a lower frequency of 800Hz.

When a remote user on the network ends transmission you will hear a morse I ( dit-dit).

More Information

GB3BY is owned and maintained by Alan Walker G0DWA, please click here to go to his website

Link to the HUBNet  website

License Details

Callsign GB3BY
Transmitter Frequency 430.975 MHz
Receiver Frequency 438.575 MHz
CTCSS Frequency 82.5 Hz
Modes FM Narrow 2.5KHz peak
Antenna Polarisation Vertical
Antenna Height Above Ground 8m
Maximum Transmitter Power PEP 11.1 dBW, 13W

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