Irish repeaters

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Irish repeaters

Post by ironclaw » 22 Apr 2006, 17:47

I've been trying to decode CCTSS tones for ages and i just cant find a gud program for it.So does anyone know of a gud program or a list of in use CCTSS tones in Ireland?Thanks.ironclaw

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Post by TcK » 04 Nov 2006, 10:27

New Internet Radio Link on 145.2875 no ctcss or tone is req.
The station is in Inishowen, Between Carndonagh and malin and makes quite good listening.
web - www.radiohamzone.com

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Re: Irish repeaters

Post by iceaxe_limerick » 10 Feb 2011, 19:31

i wonder did you fined any good program to decode the tones for you.
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Re: RE: Irish repeaters

Post by Andrew » 10 Feb 2011, 21:55

TcK wrote:New Internet Radio Link on 145.2875 no ctcss or tone is req.
The station is in Inishowen, Between Carndonagh and malin and makes quite good listening.
web - http://www.radiohamzone.com

The link is coming back with a 'not found'.
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Re: Irish repeaters

Post by wind in the antenna » 11 Feb 2011, 06:53


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Re: Irish repeaters

Post by iceaxe_limerick » 11 Feb 2011, 19:55

many thanks :D

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Re: Irish repeaters

Post by carnsteve » 07 Jul 2015, 14:42

That repeater seems to be on 145.7125MHz (67Hz Tone)

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Re: Irish repeaters

Post by StormShadow » 25 Oct 2015, 01:18

I'm all for reaching repeaters in Ireland, I'm half Irish myself, 2 meters is great :D

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