A Multi-site system of interlinked repeaters and part-time simplex nodes
|E.R.P. :||20 Watts||5 Watts||5 Watts||5 Watts|
|Antenna:||Procomm CXL 2/70C||SA460||SA460||SA460|
|Height:||3M AGL||6M AGL||6M AGL||20M AGL|
GB3IM began life as a co-habitant with GB3GD on the summit of Snaefell.
Following a protracted period of downtime caused by antenna failures, the group decided to look at options to keeping the island connected but which did not rely upon Snaefell.
The result was a project to set-up and internet link three repeaters in strategic locations on the island. All three repeaters are controlled and linked using the AllStar Link software, masterminded by the late Jim Dixon, WB6NIL.
The AllStar software also provides us with an EchoLink gateway, giving us the best of both worlds.
We do not have (and never will have) any facility to interface with IRLP.
The Notice of Variation for these repeaters was first issued on 26th March 2008.
It is recommended that users connecting from outside the network should connect to 2480.
Polite request to remote users:
When you make a connection to our node it triggers a voice announcement of your presence. Since we know you're there, please be good enough to listen for a while and also, since you've joined us, why not make a call?
It takes a few seconds for the announcement to complete, about as long as you would normally wait before joining any other QSO so please - listen on the channel for at least 15 seconds before making a call. If you don't your call will compete with the voice announcement, and you will probably lose!
GB3IM-S (Snaefell) - Radio Repairs July 2019
GB3IM-C (Carnane) Images
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