Repeaters

The Southern Ireland Repeater Network is no longer under the ownership or management of South Eastern Amateur Radio Group.

For information relating to the repeaters, please contact; sirnrepeaters /at/ gmail /dot/ com

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great information on this site. I called via EI2HHR a few times 2nd week in May 2015. No response but I didn't have much time. Hope to visit again in September. Staying in Mullinbeg, nr Piltown. 73 de John G0RGU, nr Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.

EI8KF said...

I was chatting with Hugh, EI2HI last night and suddenly lost the repeater. Thinking it may have been a fault with my old TS-790 and tried again with my handheld TH-F7E but still couldn't open the repeater. Is the network down? I can still hear the ident broadcast but can't open the repeater. Andrew

Anonymous said...

Who owns the repeater now? Alway thought the south eastern club ran it

South Eastern Amateur Radio Group said...

Hi There - The repeater network is no longer under the ownership of SEARG (see the content at the top of this page).

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