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Digital Node & Gateways In Cornwall

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Digital Node & Gateways In Cornwall

     MB6CC Main Gateway  

Fusion D-Star St Austell Cornwall     144.81250 Mhz

MB6IRD Gateway

D-Star Fusion Wires-X  Fusion YSF System Redruth Cornwall    431.08750 Mhz

   MB6INY Gateway

Fusion Wires-X  System Newquay Cornwall    431.11250 Mhz


Newquay Cornwall   144.800 Mhz

GB3HB  Repeater 

Mid Cornwall  Fusion On Air Soon  433.375 Mhz



Yaesu Wires X Fusion Kernow Room 41345


Just Connect to Room 41345 to chat 

Talk time is  3 Min  

Freq 431.08750 Mhz



 MB6IRD 70Cm Digital Gateway

For West Cornwall   -> 431.0875 Mhz

D-Star Fusion Wires-X  Fusion YSF System Redruth Cornwall    431.08750 Mhz


D-Star  Fusion  DMR


D-Star Gateway Active
Fusion Gateway 
DMR Gateway Coming Soon


MB6IRD  431.0875 Mhz  on AIR  




MB6IRD  Mobile Coverage Map




Set your FREQUENCY to TX/RX 431.0875 Mhz 
Please be caution when using high power to the gateway, the APRS frequency is VERY CLOSE, 144.800
Set your Yaesu System Fusion radio to DN then press PTT to Join the QSO

Press the Dx or Wires-X button to connect to the Gateway,

The room you will connect to is 27793 by Default





Access is available to any C4FM (Yaesu) Radio
This Gateway is provided free for local amateurs who for whatever reason can't use HF to connect to the World, Some will tell you its cheating by artificially extending the range. So is a repeater the only difference is a repeater gets you over a hill, 
this Gateway gets you all over the World.

Wires-X active Node Search update

On all Fusion Radio's there is a preset search function, Ofcom have allowed this feature to be activated for the Yaesu Fusion community. Repeaters and gateways preset search frequency are 2m 144.6125 Mhz & 70cm 431.1125 Mhz are as you can see on the DV calling frequencies.

In essence what the feature does is super cleaver, whilst you are mobile in your car to find the closest free node to your location you would simple press & hold the [DX] or [X] button on your radio, the radio will transmit a data burst on a preset frequency that all the repeaters and gateways in the UK will be listening on. the closest free node will reply and remotely tune your radio automatically to that nodes frequency, and allow you access to WORLD WIDE WIRES-X network. (Thats providing you have the preset search setup correctly within the radio menu's).

Some info that may help

 what is NODE (call sign + ND), GATEWAY (call sign + GW), REPEATER (call sign + RPT) COLLECTIVELY THEY ARE KNOWN AS (ROOMS)

1. A REPEATER as with an analogue, does just as the name implies, it repeates what is heard on one frequency and transmits on another as with (GB3XX-RPT) because this is a fusion repeater also linked to the internet and the Wires-X system it can recieve & re-transmit to anywhere in the World and requires an NOV from Ofcom, which can only be held by a Full licence holder.

2. A GATEWAY is different, as with (MB6YZ-GW), it re-transmits what it hears on the Internet onto a set frequency i.e 431.0875 Mhz allowing anyone within range of its antenna to not only hear, but talk back to the station calling through the internet, for an Analogue Gateway i.e (MB7-XX) then you must use an analogue radio on its frequency, for a Digital Gateway (MB6I-XX) then you must have a Digital enabled radio on its frequency, and remember that station you talk to maybe anywhere in the World...it also requires an NOV from Ofcom. But unlike a repeater both Intermediate and Full licence holders can hold an NOV for a Gateway.

3. A NODE Again its different from GATEWAYS & REPEATERS as anyone with either Foundation, Intermediate or Full Licence can have a NODE a Node is simply PC connected via a HRI-200 interface which is connected to a radio, then using another radio i.e. a low power handheld (both radios should be set to the same frequency) you transmit your voice call into the NODE (or Internet) via the handheld...(NB)

(NB) IMPORTANT Running A NODE radio (attached to the HRI-200 & PC) must be attached to a dummy load and not an Antenna, as it is not allowed to Transmit RF.
Nor are you allowed to pass 3rd party traffic on the Amateur Bands.... for this you would require an NOV from Ofcom.


Infomation on the UK Callsigns for repeaters and Gateways

GB3+2 - Analogue Voice repeaters
GB3+3 - Beacons
GB7+2 - Digital Voice repeaters
GB7+3 - Packet Mailboxes
MB7N+2 - Packet Nodes
MB7U+1 - 
APRS digipeaters
MB7V+1 - APRS digipeaters
MB7U+2 - APRS iGate
MB7I+2 - Unattended Analogue Simplex Gateway
MB7A+2 - Attended Analogue Simplex Gateway*.
MB6+2 DV Unattended Simplex Voice Gateway - 2 metres
MB6I+2 DV Attended Simplex Voice Gateways - 70cms** 

Note if a station has attended and unattended ports they will be the same two letters. Own callsign gateways are moving over to MB7A+2 callsigns as they come up for renewal
** Note if a station has attended and unattended ports they will be the same two letters.

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