Amateur rdio reparer
An amateur radio repeater is an electronic device that receives a weak or low- level amateur radio signal and retransmits it at a higher level or higher power.
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Amateur Radio Repeaters
A radio repeater is a combination of a radio receiver and a radio transmitter that receives a Amateur repeaters in the – MHz band usually use a kHz ( MHz) separation, in the – MHz band use a 5 MHz separation, and in .
Description:The input and output and the offset are obviously related, so these will need to be entered. This means that when operating through an amateur radio repeater it is necessary to have a basic understanding of their operation so that it can be used to provide the most effective performance. Putting the receive antenna at the top helps to capture weaker received signals than if the receive antenna were lower of the two. Effectively it gives the low power amateur radio station the same coverage as that of the repeater. A desirable null exists if the transmit antenna is located exactly below the receive antenna beyond a minimum distance. Each repeater has a NOV Notice of Variation licence issued to a particular amateur radio callsign this person is normally known as the "repeater keeper" thus ensuring the licensing authority has a single point of contact for that particular repeater. In areas with many repeaters, "reverse splits" were common i.