New Digital Voice Repeater for Southern Ireland

Throughout 2017, the Southern Ireland Repeater Group began building their first digital voice repeater which consisted of interfacing an MMDVM board with a Motorola MTR2000 UHF repeater.

After a few months of construction, the project is now completed, installed and has been tested in Waterford City at it's new permanent location at Carronadavderg (301m) near Clashmore in West Waterford. The installation took place on Friday 28th July 2017.

The repeaters callsign is EI7CDD, output power 30w and it is capable of DMR, DStar, Fusion (C4FM) and Analog operation.

Operating frequency is 439.650 MHz with a shift of -9 MHz (DVU52) which is one of the 70cm channels allocated to digital voice in Ireland and the UK.

Information regarding this repeater and the group's analog network -