A number of repeater locations later GB3NA now finds itself homed atop the Strumech Versatower of the N.o.V holder G4LUE in Cudworth, Barnsley….Here is a log of work on GB3NA dating from November 1977 to February 2002……..
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Tags: 145.6125MHz, 2m, Analouge Repeater, Barnsley repeater, CTCSS B 71.9Hz, GB3NA, nasty albert, RV53, south yorkshire repeater group, Yorkshire repeater
Today we have swapped both antennas at the farm after 3 years of continuous service in such a harsh environment.
We have a dedicated 2m antenna for port C of GB7YD and a dual 70cm antenna for Port B of YD and 6m for GB3HF. The cost of the project this afternoon has run it at around £250 which includes both antennas and patch cables.
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Tags: 2m, 6m, 70cms, antenna, gb3hf, GB7YD, patch cables, Port B, Port C
GB3YR – GB3NA. Changes in the world of local analogue repeaters.
Saddened by the demise of other repeaters up and down the country SYRG have pledged to keep all their active repeaters on air for the next 3 years.
In the current economic climate we are all trying our best to save a few pounds wherever we can.
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Tags: 2m, 70cm, Analogue, Analogue repeater, GB3NA, GB3YR, good news, good news travels fast, UHF, VHF