We are currently surveying opinions on the GB3VT repeater - please see here for details.
Firstly, thank you to the members that attended this years AGM, and thank you again to the North Cheshire Amateur Radio Society for offering their club venue to us. Looking to the future, next year's AGM (2019) will be held at Stockport Radio Society's venue. For more details please see the calendar. Many thanks to... Continue Reading →
Come and see us at the Stockport rally at Walthew House today. If you don't want to miss the football, they will be showing it here so no need to worry!
Tomorrow we will be attending the Stockport Rally (details in the calendar). You will also notice a new event the following week, the Red Rose QRP Rally, which we will also be attending. This year's AGM will be on the 3rd of September at the North Cheshire radio club. Please see the calendar for further... Continue Reading →
We have been informed that there will be a site wide power outage on the GB3MP site on Monday 4th June from approx 08:00 through to 17:00. While there are batteries on site it’s unsure how long they will power the repeater for. Similarly it's unsure if there will be a generator on site during... Continue Reading →
Peter G8NSS was at the GB3VT/ST site last night and informs us that VT is now on a different antenna. ST is also on a different antenna which is slightly higher than the old one. Reception reports for both repeaters are welcome.
Come and see us at our stand at the NARSA Blackpool rally today. We are opposite the RSGB book stand, near SOTABEAMS and next to the Join RSGB stand.
Thanks to Peter and Andy's tremendous efforts we’re pleased to advise that at 12 o’clock today GB3MP was switched on from its new site. Be aware access is by CTCSS tone only (110.9Hz) - no 1750 Hz tone burst. The time out is approximately 5 minutes and it beacons GB3MP in morse every 15 minutes.... Continue Reading →
Peter G8NSS informed us that he had taken GB3ST off the air as the transmitter was seeing a high VSWR. Peter is glad to report that GB3ST is now back on the air at it's full 25 watts ERP. Thanks Peter!