As part of the repeater design, a BATC web streamer is focal in offering locals the ability to use the repeater as a test site. The initial hardware (until the NoV is hopefully granted), will obviously be receiver based for 23cm ATV, DATV and including 5665 MHz ATV. The Portsdown system is the core of this and as such, the
We are pleased to finally bring our new website online and hope you like it. The various pages will continue to be updated, as content and background processes are finalised. Many thanks for your support and enthusiasm in ATV.
As some of you aware, GB3IV has just been 2nd NoV. This is the end of a long legacy, much history and it was not taken lightly. The main reason for this is that 23cm in the Portsmouth area is a real challenge, difficult coverage and our proposed site move would not be possible without frequency change. Equally the proposed
Frequency Request for GB3FW Applicant is FRANCIS COTTON, G0LFI This is a NEW APPLICATION for a TELEVISION REPEATER on the 3GHZ band. Station to be located at IO90LU near PORTSMOUTH This is to be a TELEVISION Repeater. ETCC Region: South-East ETCC Vetting Agent is: G8GTZ Applicant comments: This is a new DATV application which will replace GB3IV at a new Fort Widley site. The callsign reflecting the important and historical heritage of the site.
The SCART Group would like to welcome you to our new website. A great deal of ‘work in progress’ to do, so please feel free to pop back on occasions, as we appreciate your support. Many thanks The SCART Team SCART (South Coast Amateur Radio & Television) Group