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Gridpak Dish Antenna For Sale
The group has a 1.8m Gridpak Dish antenna for sale. It includes the mounting hardware and feed element. We are uncertain as to what frequency the feed element is on, (possibly around 1.4GHz), however almost certainly not on an amateur band.
ANY REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE CONSIDERED.
Purchaser to arrange collection from Hamilton.
If interested please contact the Group at:-
WAIKATO VHF GROUP .....
was founded on 16 June 1963 by 10 amateurs, to serve the VHF needs of amateur radio operators in the region. The Group has progressed from that time to the present with virtually the same objectives in mind. The Group has a very comprehensive net work of both VHF and UHF repeaters located at several strategic sites that cover a major portion of the North Island of New Zealand.
The objectives of the Group are: Amongst others;
1. To support the aims and objectives of the NZART
2. To foster local interest in Amateur Radio, particularly at VHF and higher frequencies
3. To establish and operate amateur transmitting and repeater stations
Without doubt these aims and objectives are more than adequately being catered for by this dedicated Group of Amateur Radio Operators.
Further details on the history of the Waikato VHF Group can be found here.
We welcome your further enquiry.
See latest information HERE
Interested in DMR
(Digital Mobile Radio)
An Amateur Radio Guide to DMR can be found HERE.
New Zealand AREC DMR ZL-Turbo Repeater Network
Information on the network
can be found HERE
Map of ZL Repeater Network Sites
Website of the Month
Our network is an all-digital group of over 500 DMR-MARC repeaters in 63 countries with 44630 registered users. There are 3073 registered DMR repeaters world-wide in our database.
A visit was made to Te Uku on Wednesday 11th January to see why all the equipment appeared to be off the air. On arrival the first thing that was noticed was that the whole Icom shelf containing the '5675 repeater and the link equipment facing Te Weraiti was missing.
All is being done to find out what has happened to the equipment. In the meantime, Te Uku is completely off the air. That includes ALL radio equipment and the IRLP access. We do not have an estimate as to when Te Uku will be on air again, but it could be sometime.
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Interested in joining the Waikato VHF Group?
New or exisiting members can click HERE for details and an application form.
Are you able to assist the Group by sponsoring a Waikato VHF Group
Repeater or Beacon Licence?
If so - click HERE for details.
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Read an article on the first 2 metre beacon manufactured and installed by the Group, in 1972.
A copy of the constitution of the Group is now available for downloading.
See a Slide Show featuring the Kordia National System sites.
For any repeater or equipment problems see Waikato Rptrs & National System Status.
Any constructive comments, content or ideas for additional pages are welcome.
Join the Waikato VHF Group Net on Sunday evenings at 20.45 hrs local NZST
on either '6950 MHz, '5675 MHz, '5575 MHz or '5475 MHz repeaters, on the WaiPlenty Network,
or the IRLP reflector 9505.
ALL ARE WELCOME
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