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Ashdown Forest Repeater Group 

Turners Hill, West Sussex
Ashdown Forest Repeater Group 2016 - 2022
Repeater Summary Details for GB7MH Keeper/NoV holder: Malcolm Harman [G3NZP] Band: 70CM ( DVU51) Output frequency: 439.63750MHz RX Frequency: 430.63750MHz Modes: Three digital voice systems are available offering triple mode options. The D-Star DCS005BC.  DMR Colour Code 2 connectivity FreeDMR and C4FM FUSION connected to FCS001 module 5 (Great Britain). However if any of these modes are in use, 30 seconds of non-operation must pass before attempting to change mode. ETCC Region: South-East Location/Whereabouts: Turners Hill Locator: IO91WC CURRENT STATUS: OPERATIONAL DMR repeater Turners Hill, West Sussex, connected to the UK FreeDMR Network. The purpose of the repeater is to provide a central meeting place for anyone in or around the Turners Hill and surounding area to experiment or make contacts using DMR and D-Star. Every 15 minutes if no digital mode activity the ID will be transmitted in CW (analogue FM) This is so that those listening can identify the repeater, if they don't have any DMR/D-STAR equipment. "It is acceptable to have short QSO's, please be considerate and polite and leave gaps for others to join or make calls for people. It is hoped users understand , it is not a "calling channel only" and we do not like to hear people taking it upon themselves to prevent others enjoying brief QSO's on 2350 (UK). The reflector system brings flexibility and you can link elsewhere at busy times. Please enjoy the system be considerate at all times to others." Links:- FreeDMR UK website here ... FreeDMR UK 'last heard' and dashboard here... Live Logs FreeDMR use here... Register for DMR ID here... D-Star is also supported and enabled for local RF QSO's and enabled on the IRCDDBGateway connected to DCS005B. DMR Programming information DMR repeater Turners Hill, West Sussex, connected to the UK FreeDMR UK Network.  The purpose of the repeater is to provide a central meeting place for anyone in or around the Turners Hill and surounding area to experiment or make contacts using DMR and D-Star.                             Basic code plug settings for GB7MH   Slot 1, TG23510  is the South East talkgroup. Slot 2, TG2350  is the United Kingdom talkgroup. Any user can use Dymanic talkgroups: When a user keys up on a dynamic talkgroup the FreeDMR system creates a subscription for that talkgroup on that repeater.  Then, for 15 minutes, the system will send audio for that talkgroup to the repeater.  15 minutes after the last transmission on a given repeater, that talkgroup will be dropped from the repeater. Moving back to the static talkgroup. To unlink select 4000 from the contacts list, transmit for about 1 second, and you should hear a voice announcement "Disconnected". To enquire about the reflector link status call 5000, and the repeater will respond with the currently linked reflector. (NOT ON DV DONGLES) C4FM/FUSION Enabled on the 8th June 2019, GB7MH is connected to FCS001 module 5 (Great Britain) Dashboard for FCS001 http://fcs001.xreflector.net/_status_05.html Coverage Map:
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© Ashdown Forest Repeater Group 2016 - 2022
Repeater Summary Details for GB7MH Keeper/NoV holder: Malcolm Harman [G3NZP] Band: 70CM ( DVU51) Output frequency: 439.63750MHz RX Frequency: 430.63750MHz Modes: Three digital voice systems are available offering triple mode options. The D-Star DCS005B as default. DMR Colour Code 2 connectivity FreeDMR and C4FM FUSION connected to FCS001 module 5 (Great Britain). However if any of these modes are in use, 30 seconds of non-operation must pass before attempting to change mode. ETCC Region: South-East Location/Whereabouts: Turners Hill Locator: IO91WC CURRENT STATUS: OPERATIONAL DMR repeater Turners Hill, West Sussex, connected to the UK FreeDMR Network. The purpose of the repeater is to provide a central meeting place for anyone in or around the Turners Hill and surounding area to experiment or make contacts using DMR and D-Star. Every 15 minutes if no digital mode activity the ID will be transmitted in CW (analogue FM) This is so that those listening can identify the repeater, if they don't have any DMR/D-STAR equipment. "It is acceptable to have short QSO's, please be considerate and polite and leave gaps for others to join or make calls for people. It is hoped users understand , it is not a "calling channel only" and we do not like to hear people taking it upon themselves to prevent others enjoying brief QSO's on 2350 (UK. Please enjoy the system be considerate at all times to others." Links:- FreeDMR UK website here ... FreeDMR UK 'last heard' and dashboard here... Live Logs FreeDMR use here... Register for DMR ID here... D-Star is also supported and enabled for local RF QSO's and enabled on the IRCDDBGateway connected to DCS005B. DMR Programming information DMR repeater Turners Hill, West Sussex, connected to the UK FreeDMR UK Network.  The purpose of the repeater is to provide a central meeting place for anyone in or around the Turners Hill and surounding area to experiment or make contacts using DMR and D-Star. Any user can use Dymanic talkgroups: When a user keys up on a dynamic talkgroup the FreeDMR system creates a subscription for that talkgroup on that repeater.  Then, for 15 minutes, the system will send audio for that talkgroup to the repeater.  15 minutes after the last transmission on a given repeater, that talkgroup will be dropped from the repeater. Moving back to the static talkgroup. To unlink select 4000 from the contacts list, transmit for about 1 second, and you should hear a voice announcement "Disconnected". To enquire about the reflector link status call 5000, and the repeater will respond with the currently linked reflector. (NOT ON DV DONGLES) C4FM/FUSION Enabled on the 8th June 2019, GB7MH is connected to FCS001 module 5 (Great Britain) Dashboard for FCS001 http://fcs001.xreflector.net/_status_05.html Coverage Map:

Ashdown Forest Repeater Group 

Turners Hill, West Sussex