Amateur repeater linking
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Repeater linking (How it's done) : amateurradio
Description:Basically, a Remote Base link works like this: A repeater with a remote base operates the same as any other repeater; the user keys into the repeater on the input frequency, the controller recognizes the user and keys the repeater transmitter. Audio from the repeater receiver is transferred into the repeater transmitter, and the user is heard on the repeaters output frequency. When the user unkeys, the controller usually puts some 'hang time' on the repeater transmitter; during this time is when the courtesy tone is heard and the repeater transmitter drops after this time usually 1 to 5 seconds has expired. When a remote base is connected and enabled on this repeater, the user keys into the repeater on the input frequency, the controller recognizes the user and keys the repeater transmitter, at this same instant the controller also keys the remote base radio, the user speaks and their voice is heard and not only transmitted over the repeater, but also the remote base transmitter frequency. If the remote base is dialed on a repeater frequency, the users voice is heard on the linked repeater also.