Questions tagged [crossband-repeat]

Crossband repeating is a relatively inexpensive means for extending the range of handheld radios.

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How does one log a QSO via a cross-band repeater?

When working through a cross band repeater, either the two sides are using different bands or both sides are using two bands at once. At the same time, most if not all logging software (as well as ...
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Are there any “parrot” repeater software projects out there?

I happened across a discussion on building repeaters for Amateur radio, which lead to looking at GMRS repeaters (because apparently this is a potential source for inexpensive 70 cm Amateur repeaters), ...
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Using a Duplexer and Diplexer in Series

I have 3 Motorola CDM750s that I’m using to build a multi-purpose, portable, temporary repeater. There are 1 VHF and 2 UHF radios. I want to be able to use it as either an in-band UHF repeater or as ...
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Baofeng GT-3WP Cross Band Operation?

The Baofeng GT-3WP has a feature labeled "Cross band reception / transmission". Does that mean it will function as a Cross-Band Repeater?
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Low Audio out from Kenwood TM-V71A on cross band repeat

Asking this for a web challenged friend: He lives in an HOA restricted townhouse, so no external antennas. He only does VHF FM, so it's not a big deal. To participate in the local nets he uses his ...