The Weston Repeater Group have been providing uninterrupted service for over 20 years!
We are stronger today than we have ever been, and will be here for ever more!
5 repeaters on a single site, none of them dual-mode!
What ever radio you have, what ever mode you want, we provide it!
Electricity usage: 300 units per week!
today’s electricity units: 26/02/16 : 20041
electricity units: 19/02/16 : 19741
26/02/16 Friday: GB7WB D-Star back in service now that our new UHF circulator has arrived.
21/02/16 Sunday: GB7FI finally joined us on the Phoenix DMR network.
It was worth this most anticipated but delayed move.
Its great to have a little old DR-3000 UHF backup service for our main phoenix state of the art SLR-5500 repeaters
Imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery!
We do think its great that others want to follow in what we have led the way.
GB3WE & GB7IT were the very first DMR phoenix repeaters in the South West and will always be the best.
GB3WE was put back into service last night and is working very well on the phoenix network.
The new repeater is fantastic and we are very pleased that we upgraded to the new Motorola SLR-5500.
Some more adjustments need to be made on the duplexer today, so there will be interruptions to service.
18/02/16 Thursday: Today our group is even bigger and better than it was yesterday! We can’t wait for tomorrow!
Weston repeater group …. doing what repeater groups do, only better!
17/02/16 Wednesday: Our brand new weather station has arrived and it is already installed and tested. Get in touch if you would like to monitor all the weather conditions at the repeater site. Weather history graphs are updated every minute.
Install the app for your iPhone or iPad. You can use a PC as well to login and view the current weather and graphs.
17/02/16 Wednesday: Our brand new VHF Motorola SLR-5500 DMR repeater for GB3WE is in transit and should be delivered today. The minute that it arrives it will be installed and connected to our reconfigured VHF antennas and re-tuned duplexer.
17/02/16 Wednesday: Our UHF D-Star repeater GB7WB is now connected to REF001C permanently once again. This follows a week of test which allowed us to monitor how busy this repeater is and which local stations are using it.
Please feel free to use your DTMF to connect GB7WB to anywhere you like!
Keep up to date and fully informed by joining our Yahoo Group: firstname.lastname@example.org
The only place to find out what is going on with our repeaters is at our Yahoo Group: ‘IT-IS-WB-WE’ so do join today and don’t miss all of the latest news!
UHF Circulator Needed ASAP!
Do you have a UHF circulator which you can sell to us?
We have moved our 4 UHF repeaters to a combined antenna system and are now short of one UHF circulator.
Please get in touch if you can help.
If you can help towards the cost of us buying a brand new UHF circulator, then please use our PayPal donate button on this site.
If you would prefer not to use PayPal then you can pay directly in our treasures bank account.
Steve G4TBD is the treasurer for the repeater group.
Anyone is welcome to send money into his bank account using direct bank transfer or by paying cash into any Barclays bank.
Don’t forget to put your callsign as a reference.
Steve’s Barclays bank details are:
MR S J PAIN
“Dear sir can you please turn down the audio output of gb3we its too loud and is blocking out the repeaters here in wellington down to exeter, a lot of stations are moaning about bleed over to other channells and its 50khz wide here a friend of mine in weston says its 200khz says he cant work 2m with it.
Thank you g0doi david”
As GB3WE is a commercial £2000 Motorola DMR repeater set up at the Motorola factory and checked with our two test sets, I can assure you that its output is perfect and due to the digital nature of the repeater, it does not have an audio output to turn down!
Please stick to WR, as I believe that still has an audio output for you to listen to!??
Are these people really what amateur radio has come down to!?
Latest supporters: May 17 2016
This years current supporters prior to February 2016: