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Located 30km North of London

Operational on HF, UHF, VHF, SHF

Amateur Television on 70cms Digital also 13cm and 23cm analogue and digital

Member of the Dunstable Downs Radio Club

I also operate a VHF DV Simplex Node MB6LT on the east side of Luton - 30 kilometres north of London.

http://www.qrz.com/db/MB6LT

Using a Dutch*Star "Mini-Hotspot" Version 2.00 by Fred Van Kempen PA4YBR

Software is WinDV

Website: http://www.dutch-star.eu

Operating frequency 144.8125 MHz.

This can now run unattended under the new NoV, so it's functional most times!

If it's on it will beacon every 10 minutes.

Your DStar radio needs to be configured as below:

Firstly, set your radio for repeater operation, but with a repeater shift of 0 MHZ, then:

YOUR/UR : CQCQCQ

RPT/R 1 : MB6LT B

RPT/R 2 : MB6LT G

My : "your personal callsign"

Don't forget that the 'B' & the 'G' in the repeater 1 & 2 lines above must be the 8th character.

The node will give a voice acknowledgment when you are connected to your chosen repeater or reflector.

Look forward to hearing you and thanks for looking.

73

Dave G6JIE

 

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