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It is presumed that you were receiving on the 2m band. It appears that you were listening in, using 'repeater reverse' mode. In other words, you were listening in on the repeater's input frequency rather than on it's output. On 'reverse', you would hear all the stations within range. In this case only one station would have been within range. Had you ...


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The concept is called "offset". The repeater is listening on one frequency, and is repeating it verbatim in real time on another frequency, but typically at a higher power so more people can hear it further away. Most repeaters (numbers specific for the US anyway, but the concept applies internationally) have a plus or minus 600 khz offset. This is not a ...


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