A shot of the inside of GX3RCM communication Unit look at our videos on you tube under GX3RCM
We extend a warm welcome to the website relating to the GB7SF D-Star Repeater Group, based in Sheffield within the UK.
Here, you will learn more about not only the background and history of GB7SF, and the work we do with our communication unit, but most off all you will learn how to program your D-Star Transceivers to access the D-Star network across the World.
To the right of your screen are some links to help you find out about other D-Star users accessing the system, and to the left are links . . . → Read More: Welcome to GB7SF D-Star Repeater Group, Sheffield
Hi to all our visitors Steve M1ERS was on the W5KUB roundtable last night the 24th March, Steve as been talking to Tom for some time now, Tom worked with Steve on the first ever Video streaming from the Newark Ham fest back in 2013, Here in the uk Steve and Tom as build a good friendship over the last months and are helping to Promote Amateur Radio World Wide along with Ian G3ZHI and others within the Gb7SF Group. Please call in on www W5KUB.com Here is last night’s Show you can watch a recorded version of it at w5kub.com . . . → Read More: W5KUB Roundtable
This is a sampel Photo of a 7.5 ton truck
The new project for the Trailer work is underway it will be mounted on a 7.5 Ton DAF 45 Chassis, the back will be removed off the chassis on the Luton and replaced with the trailer, this will give me more MPG and allow for better drive and be more convenient for travelling on the motorways, driving will be more comfortable and less stressful, it will be fitted with a sleeper Cab and cruise control, the photo is a 7.5 ton truck this will give you a taste of what it will look like when the work is . . . → Read More: New project Communication Trailer
I would like to thank Karl M0KSP and John G4TSN for all their help in getting the Hytera System up and running here in Sheffield by putting the server system on GB7SN, has the nov now and work is underway and the group is hoping to have the repeater on air in the next week As you can see GB7RR in Nottingham As been on the network for some weeks now That repeater keeper is Steve John G4tsn logged the GB7RR on to the system, This will be a System for Amateurs, yes it is a commercial system the Hytera here in Sheffield as been Build for Amateurs , . . . → Read More: Hytera GB7SN DMR Sheffield
Amateur radio is a popular technical hobby and volunteer public service that uses designated radio frequencies for non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, and emergency communications.
Amateur Radio is the only hobby governed by international treaty.
As a radio amateur you are able to transmit radio signals on a number of frequency bands allocated specifically to the radio amateurs.
Radio amateurs make use of their frequencies in a number of ways:
Contacting people all over the world by radio which often leads to developing international friendships Competing in international competitions to test how effective your equipment is, and how good you are as an operator Technical experimentation — . . . → Read More: What is amateur radio?
The GB3TT ATV repeater will be on this site soon, with its own Page!! And all information, about the Repeater will be on there with our links to our BATC site. look out for the link at the top of this page in the header for all information on GB3TT, If there is anyone that would like to help this project with GB3TT please drop me a email the more people that get involved the Better the Repeater will be, It’s nice to see that many people getting involved and asking about the Repeater GB3TT is the only ATV repeater in sheffield, and the group will be working to link . . . → Read More: GB3TT ATV Repeater Comining on this site Soon!!
GB7SF Repeater Group in Sheffield collecting their new Yaesu System Fusion Repeater for 70cm sponsored by LAMCO.
Peter Hinde 2E0BFZ, Carol Hinde 2E0CJH, Lee Marsh M0LAM and Steve Webster M1ERS.
The Repeater will be connected to the worldwide network , same as our Dstar Repeaters , The frequency’s for your Radio 430.7375. input and 439.7375 TX if you would like to know more about fusion visit,…. A friend of the Group Mark KJ4VO, and a good friend of Steve M1ERS for many years is Testing the new Yasue 991 From the Shop in GA
. . . → Read More: GB7SF Collecting their new Yaesu System Fusion Repeater
SARC Sheffield Amatuer Radio Club
Visitors to the Trailer on a event
GX3RCM is a communication trailer that was purpose build to promote Amateur radio, This vehicle attends many events around the City of Sheffield and surrounding areas, this Year Gx3RCM, will be at them events again this year We are also trying to Plan a Road Show for the Trailer,up to now we have been approched by some clubs and Groups and things are looking good what we would like to do is give other clubs the opportunity to hold a Special event at their . . . → Read More: GX3RCM Communication unit , Road Show 2015
New DMR/ Fusion Repeaters ( Sheffield Wincobank & Norton )
If any User would like any information about the new repeaters please contact us The Group would be pleased to help in any way !!
The GB7SF d-star Repeater Group would like to announce that we will be installing some new Repeaters to provide a service for Amateurs’ in the Sheffield Area we would like to move with the time!! move forward with New Technology, like the group did with d-star, there will be a DMR Repeater at the Top of Norton, Fusion Repeater at the Top of Wincobank Hill Sheffield, the Fusion will be at the . . . → Read More: Fusion & DMR Repeaters to cover Sheffield
www.dvmega.com to buy a Board please quote gx3rcm when ordering
Great News , Come and see the Dv-Mega in operation and test it for yourself , on the GX3RCM unit , we have all the systems running you will be able to see the live data on the 32″ HD lcd screens fitted in the unit , our Server ( M1ERS) see all the station around the world, and connect to them yourself and have a qso , you are welcome to come and test the systems for yourself !! If you would like to call the trailer wile we . . . → Read More: Dv-Mega on Board