Located in the heart of Brisbane City and installed on top of the Aurora Tower, Corner Wharf and Queen St, Brisbane CBD. Dashboard link here http://www.vk4rse.seqra.au/
Frequency is 439.800MHz -7MHz offset
RPT1 – VK4RSE B, RPT2 – VK4RSE G
This repeater is linked to reflector XLX014_B. Users can link to other reflectors. The time out is 15 minutes. The Knobby DSTAR repeater near Ipswich VK4RBX ( 146.7875MHz -600KHz ) is currently also linked to the same reflector.
DTMF tones work with this repeater as it runs Pi Star.
Press PTT and if you press 0 it will tell you what reflector you are connected to
Press # this will unlink you from your current reflector. To connect to new reflector for example REF001c Press PTT and then press *1C And for say REF030C *30C For XLX Reflectors start with A Say XLX014B=A14B You do need to have the CQCQCQ for this to work
Many thanks for the time and effort put in by the volunteers that made this repeater happen.
The MMDVM VHF repeater has been installed at the Knobby site today. The equipment is the same Tait TB8100 base station together with a new MMDVM modem. DSTAR is shared with other modes on this repeater. The default reflector is currently set to REF023_C.
Located at The Knobby west of Brisbane in Queensland VK4RBX is a VHF multimode repeater that supports DSTAR. This repeater has recently been removed from site to be upgraded with the latest MMDVM hardware. Shown in the pictures is the STM32 -DVM board from repeater builder in North America. This repeater is currently running under test and will be installed back at site over the next few days. The default reflector will be DCS014_B.
Reflector linking using DTMF tones is a quick and easy way to link up to reflectors. Use DTMF shortcuts to link to different reflectors. For example DTMF *23c to link to reflector REF023C. Or try DTMF D14B for DCS014B.