GB3PG Information

This repeater was licenced on 28th February 2024.

GB3PG is a 70cm FM repeater in Preston, Lancashire. The NOV holder is Gareth Clements M0VXT. 

It transmits on 430.9375MHz, and has a +7.6MHz split with a CTCSS access tone of 82.5Hz.

Please ensure your radio is set to FM narrow deviation 2.5KHz 

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GB3PG is permanently connected to several North Western Repeater Group repeaters and gateways, GB3BY Chorley, GB3EG Wigan, GB3FC Blackpool, GB3PN Lytham and MB7INM in Oswaldtwistle.

Listen Live.

You can listen to audio streamed from GBPG using the audio control below. Click play to start.

Repeater Tones

Several tones are used by the repeater to indicate its operational states. 

When you transmit into the repeater and it's connected to another node, as you unkey, the gateway will reply with a morse K (dah-dit-dah) with a higher frequency of 1200Hz.

When you transmit into the repeater and it isn't connected to another node, as you unkey, the gateway will reply with a morse K (dah-dit-dah) with a lower frequency of 800Hz.

When a remote user on the network ends transmission you will hear a morse I ( dit-dit).

License details.

Callsign GB3PG
Transmitter Frequency 430.9375 MHz
Receiver Frequency 438.5375 MHz
CTCSS Frequency 82.5 Hz
Modes FM Narrow
Allstar Node Number 56588
AntennaProcom Procom CXL-70
Antenna Height Above Ground 10m
Maximum Transmitter Power PEP 14 dBW, 25W
NOV Holder M0VXT

Radio Settings.

To use a repeater you need to listen to its transmitter frequency and transmit on its receive frequency. This can be confusing so these are the settings you need for your radio.

Transmit on 438.5375MHz, receive on 430.9375MHz and select a CTCSS tone of 82.5Hz.

On many radios, you select the receive frequency of 430.9375MHz and an offset of plus 7.6MHz with a tone of 82.5Hz. You can use tone squelch if your radio has this function as the repeater transmits a CTCSS tone of 82.5Hz. 


Coverage Prediction. 

GB3PG Coverage Prediction