GB3OX - 433.300 MHz (RB12)

GB3OX is located about 2 km east of the centre of Oxford and it was brought into service on 24 December 1996. Access is on 434.900 MHz with 118.8 Hz CTCSS and/or a 1750 Hz toneburst (not required once open). Its prime function is to provide high quality 70 cms coverage for the city of Oxford and the area inside the ring-road. Coverage does, however, extend south toward Abindon and north to Kidlington and Woodstock and the M40. The higher ground to the west and south-east of Oxford restricts coverage in these directions. This repeater is also permanently linked to GB3DI.

Repeater keeper: Robin Greenwood G3LBA

GB3OX information
Radio Pye 496
Logic G8CUL
Power Output 12 Watts
Rx sens 0.3 uv
Squlech opens at 0.8uv
Antenna Folded dipole
Ant height (approx) 20 m
Duplexer Telewave
Linking antenna 7 element yagi
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