OUTPUT 439.4500 MHz
RX1 430.4500 MHz

GB7ST is a 70cm band repeater capable of DMR digital voice.

It sits on a hilltop with a fantastic take-off and thus provides a substantial coverage of the Cheshire and Staffordshire area and beyond.

It shares it’s hilltop site with GB3VT, GB3ST and GB3SE.

The repeater is connected to the Brandmeister network.

Timeslot 1 (Talkgroups)
Timeslot 2 (Reflectors)
TG 9 – Local (Primary) TG 9 – Local (Secondary)
TG 92 – Europe 4400 – UK National Reflector
TG 93 – USA 4401 – UK Chat 1
TG 94 – Asia & Middle East 4402 – UK Chat 2
TG 95 – Australia & NZ 4403 – UK Chat 3
Full list of user activated talkgroups 4426 – Hubnet UK (default)

Timeslot 1: Talkgroups Only.

A static talkgroup: will always key on the repeater so you hear all conversations on that TG number over the BM system. Disadvantage is it can become busy and difficult to use the repeater, ie TG91 worldwide.

Activate a TG: you are able to select any TG number available which will stay active for the duration of the QSO and then close a few minutes after becoming inactive.

Timeslot 2: Reflectors Only.

Reflectors similar to the Dstar network. The easiest way to use the reflector is to program your radio a timeslot 2 channel with Talkgroup 9 (local).

This is the only talkgroup you will need for a QSO on any reflector.

To link and unlink a reflector, program your radio with the reflector number as a personal call (NOT A TALKGROUP) in your contacts folder.

To link to a reflector, select the reflector number from the contacts list and transmit for about 2 seconds. The repeater should respond with a voice announcement, “Linked to xxxx”. Then using just talkgroup 9 to start a QSO on timeslot 2.

To unlink select 4000 personal call (NOT A TALKGROUP CALL) from the contacts list, transmit for about 2 seconds, and you should hear a voice announcement “Not Linked”.

Click here to see the GB7ST page.

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