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10-03-2017. This page and link is dedicated to GB3OY repeater, on here you will find information, photos and live audio from the repeater, to read more Click Here
19-07-2016. I have now add another link which is on (6 meters) 50.520, once again thanks to Dave G7UZN for the equipment, this is made up of a Motorola GM340 and a R&N Electronics transverter, RF reports are welcomed click Here

03-07-2016. I have added some ip cameras, Shack Cam and Garden Cam, you can view them Here
15-03-2016. Thanks to Dennis G0OLX, GB3BK is now back with full power.

1-03-2016. Now using an HP Compaq Thin Client with Windows XP Embedded this is used to operate Echolink, Uiview32 (APRS) and Radio reference (wiggylinks) for audio streamimg over the internet.

14-02-2016. I am having problems with Echolink not decoding DTMF tones from RF, until I can resolve the problem DTMF will not always decode.

12-09-2015. GB3BK is back on with reduced power.
29-08-2015. Its taken some time to get the Cat RLS-1000B 3 port expander interfaced to the Scom 7330 3 port repeater controller, it seems not many people aren't as mad as me with what i wanted to achieve, with emails bouncing back and forth to the states and with some wrong information mainly with the wiring harness. I finaly wired the RLS-1000B into the system to expand the ports. My system has 4 simplex links, GB3BK repeater and the Echolink interface. Any of the radio ports can make the connection to Echolink and Echolink will transmit back on all bands, you also don't need to make the connection to Echolink to cross band from one frequency to the others. My links are on 144.9625, 50.520, 70.4125, 430.050 and 1299.850 23cm Repeater GB3BK. All links use CTCSS 103.5 for access, Key down is set to 3 minutes and dead carrier and inactivity timeouts are set to 1 minute. RF reports are always welcomed, send your reports Here
01-01-2015. I now reinstated Uiview using a PK-232 Tnc in conjunction with Echolink this is used to provide information about my links which may be helpful to nearby stations trying to locate them. You can see my position Here
20-08-2014. The old BK which was an Icom ICRP-1210 has now given up, my thanks again to to Dennis G0OLX, Dave G7UZN who once again came to the rescue to build a new GB3BK, the repeater is made up using 2 Vhf GM340 mobile radios and a mini-kit transverter, all mounted in the Motorola XPR8300 Case. Read more
20-08-2014. Cat RLS-1000B 3 port expander, this is used on the system which is connected to Scom 7330 to expand the ports. You can download the PDF file Here or Visit Site
21-12-2013. Yet another controller which I purchased this time from the states, the Scom 7330 can control three separate repeaters or simplex radios. The port related hardware for each port is completely separate it's like having 3 separate controllers in one box. I use the controller for my 3 simplex links which makes the connections to Echolink, all ports now have a courtesy tone to indicate that the link is active and end of over, the functions of the controller in PDF format can be downloaded Here or Visit site
19-10-2013. I have added a new controller supplied by John VK5DJ this is a 2 port linking repeater controller design for amateur or professional use usually a duplex repeater on port 1 and a simplex link or gateway on port 2. This is used to link GB3BK to the above Scom 7330 controler. Visit site
05-10-2013. eQSO is now closing due to lack of users, registrations are now closed.
27-08-2013. After many years running eQSO RF gateways I have now decided to close the link and concentrate on Echolink, I will of course carry on doing some of the Admin side of things like registration.
12-08-2013. I now have GB3BK (23cm Repeater) connected to the other links which are on 144.9625, 50.520, 70.4125 and 430.050 all simultaneously and connected to Echolink.
07-04-2013. I have installed The ID-O-Matic II this is used in beacon mode only this is a multipurpose, PIC microcontroller based device. It can act as a simple 10-minute timer with audio and visual outputs to remind you when it's time to ID. Its real application, however, is as an automatic Morse code IDer and simple repeater controller. This has been added to stop Echolinks CW-ID transmitting over QSO's, the interface will hold off the CW-ID until the carrier has dropped. Not used now.
GB3NS. Is now operational from its new site near Chaldon on the North Downs in North Surrey with a new equipment line up. The new Motorola DR3000 Unit is dual mode - Analogue or Digital. Visit site