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Welcomew to MB7AMH

Home of the HUBNET multi mode  simplex gateway repeaters


MB7AMH is a multi mode simplex Allstar gateway, run by myself, 2E0XVX. They are made up of a UHF Node and a Low band Node, each node comprises of a raspberry pi, sound fob and a motorola GM340/GM350 radio. This in turn is linked to the internet, which in turn makes a low power simplex gateway which has about a 15 mile workable radious.





HUBNET is a UK based server which has over 40+ nodes/repeaters connected worldwide. To use this repeater, set your radio to 430.0625MHz narrow deviation with a CTCSS of 77 hz and feel free to put out a call.

Above is a bubble map of repeaters connected to HUBNET


I'm running APRS on both the UHF and Low Band gateway nodes, so search for MB7AMH on APRS.fi for details or click the map below.


Below left is my gateway radio stack with the MB7AMH Low band on the top, MB7AMH UHF in the middle and MB7IMH VHF node at the bottom. Below right if the Pi/sound fob stack (almost as height as the Shard building in London).





There are only a few rules when using HUBNET


1) Keep you overs to under 3 mins.

2) Leave a 3 second gap between overs (this is to let all repeaters time to reset).

3) No religion or politics.


Most importantly, enjoy yourself.


You can also access the UHF gateway via Echolink. Just search for 2E0XVX-L in the LINK serch box. this will give you access to the HUB from anywere in the world                                            


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