Repeaters

 

Our Repeaters....

 

The Thames Valley Repeater Group operate and maintain the following six repeaters that are located throughout the Thames Valley area....
GB3AW, GB3BN, GB3RD,, MB7UJ, GB3RU GB7BK
Please click on the appropriate link to view the specific detail on each of these repeaters, the information includes locations, coverage, technical, history and photographs. You can also access this information by using the larger links towards the bottom of this page.

It is the policy of TVRG to make available when required all of its repeaters for RAYNET use. Please contact any group member if you require further information.

Repeaters ?

 

Coverage.... and Your Reports !

 

We have the predicted coverage maps from the ETCC. These maps can be either accessed from the technical sections of the repeaters or from the the following links.

Accessing TVRG Repeaters

All analogue TVRG repeaters, with the exception of GB3RU, are CTCSS access only. GB3RU will accept both 1750Hz tone and CTCSS at present, but will change in the future.. For details of the CTCSS group please visit the technical section for the repeater you are interested in by clicking on the links below.

GB3AW (Voice Repeater)

Located at Faccombe in Hampshire GB3AW is the UHF repeater for the Newbury and Andover areas.

GB3BN (Voice Repeater)

Bracknell in Berkshire is the home for GB3BN. The groups second UHF repeater provides service to Bracknell, Slough, Maidenhead and the M4 corridor towards Reading.

GB3RD (Voice Repeater)

GB3RD is located at Aldworth on the Berkshire downs and is the VHF repeater for the Reading area.

MB7UJ (APRS Digipeater)

MB7UJ is an APRS digipeater located at the Jealotts Hill research station just outside Bracknell.

GB3RU (Voice Repeater)

GB3RU is located on a site in Tilehurst, near the water tower.

 

GB7BK (DMR Repeater)

GB7BK is located at Aldworth on the Berkshire downs and is the DMR repeater for Berkshire.

 

 

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