On a repeater I frequently listen to there are a handful of expected automated messages. Namely, at the top of the hour it tells the time and the callsign, and every 10 minutes it sends out it's callsign in morse code. The voice for the top-of-the-hour call is typically an automated female voice.
Recently, at seemingly random times a male automated voice comes in and says something along the lines of
O-N-I-X HOLT(?) ANALOG XX.XX - WELCOME TO THE (CALLSIGN) REPEATER
I've been googling and I can't seem to find what this means. In particular the
XX.XX that is listed off changes each time. 2 minutes ago it was
13.8, a few hours ago it was
12.8. There were a few numbers last night too.
I'm guessing this is just another part of the technology stack this particular ham's repeater is running. I'm intrigued by the numbers though and what this actually is. Is it sending a message about signal strength or something?
Hopefully this isn't too obscure. Thank you!