Just to inform you all that GB3OK on UHF ceased transmitting as
of today 18:00hrs, after 8 years. This decision has not been made
lightly, it has made way for the new DMR Repeater GB7LO, which will
be on air very soon.
The original gb3ok repeater has undergone many changes since it
came on air and a lot of the information on the website had become
outdated. Originally the gb3ok repeater was on 2mtrs. Later came
the gb3lk repeater on 70cms. Recently, the 2mtr gb3ok repeater ceased
transmitting and was replaced with a D-Star repeater with the new
callsign of gb7ok. Shortly after, the 70cms repeater, gb3lk, took
over the old callsign of gb3ok.
Echolink was originally on the 2mtr repeater but was transferred
to 70cms when all these changes took place. We also managed
to retain the original Node after the change.
So! The current setup now looks like this:
70cms DMR - TX 439.5125
- RX 430.5125 (9 MHz split)
2mtr D-STAR - TX
145.7125 - RX 145.1125 (600 kHz split)
Rather than trawling through all the pages of the website to correct
all the out-of-date information, we have decided to create a totally
new site. This also gives us the chance to do a bit of redesigning.
We expect this maintenance to take at least a couple of weeks.
Some of the older pages will be reconstructed with updated information
while others will be removed. New pages are also planned.
We hope you continue to enjoy your visits to our website.