GB3XP is free for anyone to use at any time.
Normal repeater etiquette applies.
A note from our repeater keeper, Neil:
We would like to remind all our users that GB3XP is a 12.5kHz bandwidth repeater. Many users are regularly accessing XP with deviation that is far too wide. Not only does this produce very distorted audio through XP but could potentially cause interference on the input frequencies of our neighbours GB3KN, GB3VA, GB3RD & GB3ES.
For the best user experience (and probably more replies to your calls!) please set your deviation to 'Narrow' (2.5kHz) when using GB3XP.
The idea of a 2 metre repeater for Sutton came about over a few evenings at Sutton and Cheam Radio Society's weekly Monday meetup.
Eventually it came to a coin toss who would be the repeater keeper and hold the NoV for the team. Neil M0ZEY won and is our repeater keeper.
The repeater is a Nokia BSR-150.
We'd love to know what you think of the repeater and signal reports would be most welcome.
Contact details are on SCRS website, scrs.org.uk.