GB3WE VHF repeater now an ALLstar analogue FM repeater!
You can now talk World wide via the ALLstar network using your VHF FM radio.
We are connected to HUBNet which is a very busy network.
The repeater is controlled by a tiny raspberry pi 3. This handles the ALLstar connectivity as well as the courtesy tones and logic.
You listen on 145.6875MHz
Use a -600 KHz Split
You transmit on 145.0875MHz
Our UHF FM repeater GB3WB has the same raspberry pi 3 ALLstar system fitted.
You listen on 433.300MHz
You transmit on 434.900MHz
At the end of each transmission or ‘over’ the analogue repeaters will send one of three CW (morse) letters.
They will send an ‘L’ (.-..) if the last user was a local RF user and the repeater is connected to the ALLstar network.
The repeaters will send an ‘I’ (..) if the last signal was originating from the Internet.
The repeaters will send a ‘U’ (..-) if they are not connected to the ALLstar network and the last user must have been a local RF user.
GB3WB automatically disconnects from ALLstar at 21:00 until 22:30 every night to allow the repeater to be used for a regular net which is run from the Cardiff area and this net has become a great part of GB3WB. During this time GB3WE is still connected to the ALLstar network, so please use this repeater for ALLstar contacts.
Please get in touch using our contact form if you think that any of our 5 repeaters are not working.