We are pleased to announce that GB3NA is now located back in Barnsley.
Inital reports suggest that NA’s footprint is massively improved with many users now making use of GB3NA again.
Currently operating as analouge only we intend to install Fusion in the near future.
SYRG have been spending the past few months installing a tower and migrating our various repeaters into a our customised home within a portakabin.
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GB3NA Relocated in Sheffield
GB3NA repeater has been re-located at its new QTH in Fox Hill, Sheffield, providing local radio amateurs with a much needed analogue facility on 2 metres. Society members have been working in close partnership with the South Yorkshire Repeater Group to help further expand the aims of both organisations, which will prove a great boost in making amateur radio accessible to all licensed operators in the South Yorkshire region.
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