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Building a 1CH repeater

This forum is for discussions regarding System Infrastructure and Related Equipment. This includes but is not limited to repeaters, base stations, consoles, voters, Voice over IP, system design and implementation, and other related topics.

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themedic66
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Building a 1CH repeater

Postby themedic66 » Fri Dec 19, 2008 6:14 pm

I would like to build a small, 1 ch repeater(moto preferably). How would I do this? Is there a website with step-by-step instructions similar to this site:

http://www.prestonmoore.com/repeater.html

Thanks in advance!!
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Re: Building a 1CH repeater

Postby txshooter » Fri Dec 19, 2008 7:06 pm

Preston's site is good jumping off point for you although it is very specific to the ICOM radios. A common Motorola repeater would be 2 GM300's hooked together with a Motorola R.I.C.K. or a generic repeater interface which can be commonly found on eBay for less than $10.00.

Another good site for repeater information is http://www.repeater-builder.com/rbtip/ there is probably more information on that site than you will ever be able to use.
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