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There are over 30 active ATV repeaters in the UK and the current status and operating frequencies can be found on the [https://www.ukrepeater.net/repeaterlist5.htm RSGB ETCC TV list]
 
There are over 30 active ATV repeaters in the UK and the current status and operating frequencies can be found on the [https://www.ukrepeater.net/repeaterlist5.htm RSGB ETCC TV list]
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Here are 2 printable .pdf maps of TV Repeaters in the North and South of England: [[:Media:RptrNorth.pdf|Repeaters North]], [[:Media:RptrSouth.pdf|Repeaters South]].  These can be printed double-sided, landscape, flipped on the short edge.
  
 
You can watch most UK ATV repeaters on the [http://www.batc.tv/ch_live.php BATC video streaming service.]   
 
You can watch most UK ATV repeaters on the [http://www.batc.tv/ch_live.php BATC video streaming service.]   
  
To add your repeater to this page, simply add a description, preferably in alphabetic order.
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[[File:tvrepeaters.JPG|400px]]
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All repeaters have a seperate page which the group can now edit to add information.
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*[[GB3AT]]
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*[[GB3BH]]
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*[[GB3ET]]
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*[[GB3EY]]
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*[[GB3FT]]
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*[[GB3GG]]
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*[[GB3GV]]
  
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*[[GB3HV]]
  
=== GB3AT ===
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*[[GB3JT]]
GB3AT is the new 10 GHz TV repeater project on the Isle of Wight at IO90IR.
 
  
Currently testing as G8MBU's personal beacon
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*[[GB3KM]]
  
Output (analogue): 10235 MHz FM ATV
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*[[GB3LO]]
  
=== GB3ET ===
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*[[GB3LX]]
GB3ET is the new 23cms TV repeater at Edge Hill near Warwick
 
  
=== GB3FT ===
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*[[GB3NV]]
GB3FT is the new 23cms TV repeater for Blackpool and surrounding area.
 
  
=== GB3HV ===
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*[[GB3TM]]
GB3HV is the 3.4 GHz output repeater located near Farnham in Surrey.
 
For more details visit our [http://www.gb3hv.com/ website].
 
  
=== GB3JT ===
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*[[GB3TN]]
GB3JT is the new 23cms TV repeater for Hastings and surrounding area.<br />
 
Output (digital): 1318 MHz DVB-S, 4 MSymbols, 1/2 FEC. (24/7 TX Video Test Card during Testing)<br />
 
Input (analogue): 1249 MHz (Under Development. Future RX)<br />
 
Input (digital): 1249 MHz DVB-S, 4 Msymbols, auto FEC (Under Development. Future RX)<br />
 
Input (digital): 437 MHz DVB-S, 2 Msymbols, auto FEC (Under Development. Future RX with added cavities due to other co-located 70cm repeaters)<br />
 
  
The repeater antenna is an Angled Slot, mounted on top of the GB3HE four stack, which is on top of the main mast located ~ 500 feet ASL on the Ark Helenswood in Hastings TN34 2AF.  <br />
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*[[GB3TT - Sheffield IO93gk]]
  
Talkback audio channel is currently taken directly from GB3HE, with future 2M RX to be added.  DATV/ATV audio will be auto switching on second channel.<br />
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*[[GB3UD]]
  
For more details please visit [http://www.rilges.org.uk RILGES Repeater Group].<br />
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*[[GB3UT]]
  
=== GB3NV ===
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*[[GB3YT]]
GB3NV is the 9cm TV repeater for central Norwich.<br />
 
Output (digital): 3406 MHz sr4700 ks/s<br />
 
Input (digital):  437 MHz sr2000 ks/s PIDs auto detected by rx<br />
 
  
=== GB3TM ===
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*[[GB3VL]]
GB3TM is the 23cm TV repeater for the Isle of Anglesey and North Wales coastal areas.<br />
 
Output (digital): 1316 MHz sr4700 ks/s<br />
 
Input (analogue): 1249 MHz<br />
 
Input (digital):  437 MHz sr2000 ks/s PIDs auto detected by rx<br />
 
For more details please visit [http://www.arfon.info Arfon Repeater Group].<br />
 
  
=== GB3TN ===
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*[[GB3ZZ]]
GB3TN is the 23cm TV repeater located in central Norfolk.<br />
 
Output (analogue): 1316 MHz <br />
 
Input (analogue): 1249 MHz<br />
 
Input (digital):  437 MHz sr2000 ks/s PIDs auto detected by rx<br />
 

Latest revision as of 19:51, 5 January 2020

There are over 30 active ATV repeaters in the UK and the current status and operating frequencies can be found on the RSGB ETCC TV list

Here are 2 printable .pdf maps of TV Repeaters in the North and South of England: Repeaters North, Repeaters South. These can be printed double-sided, landscape, flipped on the short edge.

You can watch most UK ATV repeaters on the BATC video streaming service.

Tvrepeaters.JPG

All repeaters have a seperate page which the group can now edit to add information.