GB7CW AND GB7SA REPEATER KEEPER
MW0IBF - Rob Wallis Takes over GB7CW as New keeper
The GB7CW Repeater
Welcome Robert DMR Repeater NOV GB7CW
May we all congratulate you Rob on the taking on of NOV of the GB7CW repeater and as a subscriber and a donator of funds wish you the best for the future. Rob there has never been any mention of an AGM or financial status or was it a privately run concern maybe you could let me know as one business proprietor to another for transparency. What do you need ?, as many people would like to help I am sure. PS as well as money there are companies out there I am sure ready to help if it’s gear etc..
Archive: Digital repeater GB7CW
The “GB7CW DMR repeater” in Bridgend South Wales had it’s first NoV Issued: 30 March 2015 by the RSGB and started operating in the UHF spectrum on Channel DVU32 with a colour code of 3.
Some time later the DMR South Wales repeater was made into a part of the South West Cluster still in operation today but sadly without the GB7CW South Wales DMR Repeater. The Group or Team? was operational with the cluster till one day they reported they had been at the site for routine maintenance and forgot to re-connect the plug that networked the repeater to the cluster. It seemed strange that this was left out for some years and never did get re-instated.