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cazagen [Equipment Sharing]
hams [2019-03-08 20:58] (current)
tim [Equipment Sharing]
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 ===== Callsigns ===== ===== Callsigns =====
  
 +<​sortable 1>
 +^ Name ^ Callsign ^
 | Alex H | 2M0LBH | | Alex H | 2M0LBH |
 | Chris N | 2M0FFY | | Chris N | 2M0FFY |
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 | Bernie | GM4WZG / GM4X | | Bernie | GM4WZG / GM4X |
 | Alistair M | 2M0WMA | | Alistair M | 2M0WMA |
-| Cameron S | MM6XCS ​+| [[people:​cazagen|Cameron S]] 2M0XCS ​
-| Martin | M6VGW |+| Martin | M6VGW / 2M0ONZ ​| 
 +| Al | MM7LOL | 
 +| Ben | 2M0YBC | 
 +| [[people:​davidw|David]] | 2M0WUE | 
 +</​sortable>​ 
 ===== Club Licence ===== ===== Club Licence =====
  
-Hacklab has a club licence, callsign MM0RHL. Tim Hawes is the licence holder and the following people are authorized to use it, or to supervise others in accordance with the standard [[https://​services.ofcom.org.uk/​amateur-terms.pdf|amateur radio licence]]:+Hacklab has a club licence, callsign ​MS0RHL/MM0RHL. Tim Hawes is the licence holder and the following people are authorized to use it, or to supervise others in accordance with the standard [[https://​services.ofcom.org.uk/​amateur-terms.pdf|amateur radio licence]]:
  
   * Tim Kerby MM0TKE   * Tim Kerby MM0TKE
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 | [[http://​www.ukrepeater.net/​repeaters/​maps/​gb3ag.jpg|GB3AG]] | RV58 | 145.7250 | 145.1250 | 94.8Hz | Sidlaw Hills, Angus | Angus & Fife (Note 2) | | [[http://​www.ukrepeater.net/​repeaters/​maps/​gb3ag.jpg|GB3AG]] | RV58 | 145.7250 | 145.1250 | 94.8Hz | Sidlaw Hills, Angus | Angus & Fife (Note 2) |
  
-1: GB3ED'​s ID has been heard on its output a few times in the last few weeks suggesting Ellis is testing it in order to get it back in operation quite soon. +1: GB3AG is easily workable from high ground in Edinburgh and lower down in the summer during periods of tropospheric ducting.
-2: GB3AG is easily workable from high ground in Edinburgh and lower down in the summer during periods of tropospheric ducting.+
  
 [[http://​www.ukrepeater.net/​list1scot.php|Other repeaters]] are available. [[http://​www.ukrepeater.net/​list1scot.php|Other repeaters]] are available.
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 | M-100 Pre-Amplifier | Tim H | | M-100 Pre-Amplifier | Tim H |
 | MFJ-1020C Active Antenna | Tim H | | MFJ-1020C Active Antenna | Tim H |
-| Trio R-2000 Base Receiver | Tim H | Lab | 
 | Wellbrook Active Loop Antenna | Tim H | Installed on roof | | Wellbrook Active Loop Antenna | Tim H | Installed on roof |
 | [[http://​www.rfspace.com/​RFSPACE/​SDR-IQ.html|RFSPACE SDR-IQ]] Receiver | Tim H | Tim's box | | [[http://​www.rfspace.com/​RFSPACE/​SDR-IQ.html|RFSPACE SDR-IQ]] Receiver | Tim H | Tim's box |
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 | Flaking HF Whip | Bart | Wall of storeroom | | Flaking HF Whip | Bart | Wall of storeroom |
 | SignaLink USB | Tim H | Lab | | SignaLink USB | Tim H | Lab |
 +| Yaesu 7900r/e | Ben C | Radio Corner |
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 This page has a [[cheeses|sister page]] for vegetarians and those not interested in radio. This page has a [[cheeses|sister page]] for vegetarians and those not interested in radio.
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