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A Repeater is a relay system primarily for mobile and portable radio users. Such as from the car or on foot. Located high up in Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire, our systems extend your range by many miles and beyond the county.
We do this by re-broadcasting your VHF, UHF, microwave or TV signals.
The complex radio beacons and switching equipment are maintained by members and helpers.
07 June 2014
NOV issued for GB3LEU UHF Beacon to replace GB3SUT. Donations welcome!
17 May 2014
The 40th Annual General Meeting of the Leicestershire Repeater Group was held on Thursday 8th May 2014 at The Plough Inn, Burroughs Road, Ratby, LE6 0XZ - thanks to those attending and welcome to the new committee. Details to follow.
19 March 2014
The Leicestershire Repeater Group have taken the decision, due to falling membership, to limit the hours of operation of the repeaters GB3CF (2m), GB3GV (23cm TV), GB3LE (70cm) and GB3UM (6m) to conserve funds. As a result, the repeaters are now switched off overnight between the hours of 22.00 to 05.00. The beacons GB3LEX and GB3LES continue to operate 24 hours a day.
For more details, news and comments - see the Blog page.
To join LRG, please see our Membership page for more details. We are also in the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) Yearbook.