Repeaters

In rough weather, repeater antennas are likely to get damaged.
If this occurs, the repeater may be switched off to prevent damage to the equipment.

All repeaters now have CTCSS tones allocated for access.
Repeaters on 145 MHz and above – CTCSS is an option, and may not have a decoder fitted at this time.
1750hz Tone burst access will still be available in these circumstances.

  • 6m Repeaters
    • GB3SX 50.79 MHz / FM Analogue / Stoke on Trent
  • 2m Repeaters

    • GB3MB 145.600 MHz /FM Analogue / Manchester
    • GB3MN 145.650 MHz /FM Analogue / Stockport
    • GB3MP 145.750 MHz /FM Analogue / Marches – Wales
    • GB3VT 145.725 MHz /FM Analogue / Stoke on Trent
  • 70cm Repeaters

    • GB3CR 433.150 MHz /FM Analogue /Marches – Wales
    • GB3LI 433.250 MHz /FM Analogue / Liverpool
    • GB3LL 433.000 MHZ /FM Analogue /Llandudno-Wales
    • GB3MA 433.025 MHz /FM Analogue / Bury
    • GB3MF 433.050 MHz /FM Analogue /Macclesfield
    • GB3MR 433.350 MHx /FM Analogue / Stockport
    • GB3PZ 430.900 MHz /FM Analogue / Dukinfield
    • GB3SM 433.325 MHz /FM Analogue /Stoke on Trent
    • GB3ST 433.225 MHz / FM Analogue /Stoke on Trent
    • GB7WC 439.4875 MHz / Digital /Warrington
    • GB3WP 433.275 MHz /FM Analogue /Stalybridge
  • 23 cm Repeaters

    • GB3SE 1297.075 MHz /23 cm Micro /Stoke on Trent