First analog/digital DMR repeater in Portugal

22:24 Fernando Luiz de Souza 0 Comments








With the call sign CQ0UCSC, installed by the ARLC - Associação de Radioamadores da Linha de Cascais, is the first analog/digital DMR - Digital Mobile Radio repeater in Portugal, in ham band of UHF.

Located in Alcabideche - Cascais, near Lisboa, in this coordinates
38º 43` 49,00" N / 09º 24` 32,50" W, and works under the DMR/Mototrbo by Motorola with a max. power of 25 watts (now with only 10W).

In the coming weeks will continue performing tests in UHF band and currently operates on the frequencies of 438.725 MHz (transmission) and 430.800 MHz (reception), both in conventional analog FM to 25kHz as in DMR / Mototrbo

Channel: RU698;
Callsign: CQ0UCSC;
TX Repeater: 438.725 MHz;
RX Repeater: 431.125 MHz;
CTCSS (analog): 74.4 Hz;
Modes: FM (Analog) / DMR / Mototrbo (Digital);
Digital Access Configuration: Color Code 1 and Repeater / Time Slot 1;
Effective Radiated Power (maximum): 25 W;
Current power: ~ 10W PAR;
Analog Emission Designators: 16K0F3E;
Digital Emission Designators: 7K60F7W;
Location: Alcabideche - Cascais;
Geographic Coordinates (WGS84): 38º 43` 49.00 "N / 09º 24` 32.50" W;
Maidenhead locator: IM58hr;
Authorized Association: ARLC - Associação de Radioamadores da Linha de Cascais .

This new Analog / Digital repeater allows its use both in conventional analog FM at 25 kHz (FM wide) or DMR/ Mototrbo, IS NOT COMPATIBLE with Digital Systems D-STAR or C4FM (FUSION by Yaesu)

Best Regards from Portugal,

João Costa - CT1FBF

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