GB2RS Broadcasts
for the
Bristol Area


I decided to have a clear out with the start of the new year!
Old files have been removed from the web server and
old comments have been deleted from this page.

HISTORIC
G7NJX on 2m. 14th. May 2017
G7NJX on 2m. 7th. May 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 30th. April 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 23rd. April 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 16th. April 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 9th. April 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 2nd. April 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 26th. March 2017
G4TRN on 2m. 19th. March 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 12th. March 2017
G4TRN on 2m. 5th. March 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 26th. February 2017
G4TRN on 2m. 19th. February 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 12th. February 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 5th. February 2017
(This recording was not broadcast, the reading was done
live through the input because of loss of the internet
connection to the repeater.)
Sorry, no recording for 29th. January 2017.
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 22nd. January 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 15th. January 2017
G4TRN on 2m. 8th. January 2017
G4TRN over GB3ZB. 18th. December 2016
G4TRN on 2m. 11th. December 2016
G4TRN over GB3ZB 4th. December 2016

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I will update this page with the current broadcast as soon after the start of the broadcast as possible.

The readings over GB3ZB should appear very quickly. The readings from 2m. will take some time to appear as they are made at the time of the actual broadcast. I have taken to using the same microphone as I use for the GB3ZB recording.

The file format is mp3. I have settled for 32kBs bit rate. The file size is relatively small, considering the length of the broadcast which is usually about 20 minutes, about 5MB. The recording opens in a 'new 'page' and it will probably go on playing if you navigate away without closing it.

The recording for 15th. January is of the 80m broadcast and runs on (from minute 24) to the start of the GB3ZB broadcast.

I had a couple of 80m contacts before accessing the repeater and exchanging a few words with John, 2E0CRI. This part of the recording has been through a compressor in order to level out the difference between the level of my voice and the sounds from my receivers. The very high noise level on 80m makes reception very difficult!

My H2 recording device was mains powered and you can just hear a hum when I activate my 70cm rig, working through a 'rubber duck' antenna only a couple of feet away. You can hear the beeps as I start up the FT817 and loud clicks as I change the settings so as to connect the TS50 I use (through a transverter) to work GB3ZB.

John Everingham. G4TRN

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email:- g4trn(at)saundrecs.co.uk

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