Welcome to Galway Radio Club!
Digital Radio Network: To help getting started on the Digital Radio Network, especially those in Ireland please see the Digital Card and Digital Radio Operating Manual – both written by Steve Wright (EI5DD).
Upcoming presentations: The events calendar has been updated to reflect a set of upcoming virtual presentations being given by members of the Galway Radio Club.
Galway Digital Radio Network: Steve Wright (EI5DD) gave a presentation on the Galway Digital Radio Network via. Zoom on 27-July-2020 – the recording is available here (Google Drive). It was well attended on the night with about 29 people with people not only from the Republic of Ireland, but also from Northern Ireland and the UK. This same presentation was also given 14-July, with an equally large number of people attending from around Ireland. Credit to Steve Wright for putting together a very interesting presentation that was very well received by all who attended.
Members of GREC take to the air with EI100ABC to commemorate the centenary aviators Alcock & Brown’s remarkable achievements of crossing the Atlantic nonstop in their Vickers Vimy plane
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For information and time allocation requests contact:
For information about our club contact:
Gerry EI8EXB firstname.lastname@example.org
Our next club meeting is on Monday 7th October 2019 at 8.00pm in Menlo Park Hotel.
Our 2 metre repeater has been repaired and is now back on air. It is now equipped with Yaesu Wires-X. Galway repeater is linked into the CQ Ireland Yaesu fusion network.
This is an IRLP node.The number is 5768.
Besides IRLP, echolink is also available on the repeater EI2TBR-R Node 836867.
Dial dtmf 4151 before the node you want to connect to via VHF handheld, etc.
There is also an Echolink app available for Android.
Our 70cms repeater is on air and is now linked to the 2m box.
here is info on the box
tx is 145.625
rx is 145.025 this input to the box
you need to use ctcss tone to 77hzirlp node is 5768
echo link is 836867
both these operate on fm at 5khz devationthe repeater also can also operate on yaseu digital fusion
and you can connect to the wires -x systmemaengus ei4abb
Obtaining a license:
Galway Radio Experimenters Club will consider running classes to prepare candidates for the Amateur Radio Station examination.
Anyone interested please reply through our “contact us” page above.
The last Amateur Station Licence Examination was held on Thursday 29th June in the ComReg Offices in Dublin.
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