Info needed

Ed, PE5ED and Wijn are developing a project called the IARL. They are trying to collect as much data as they can on repeaters and beacons. This will be freely available via the website and also through an app for smartphones.

They already have quite a lot of information for western Europe though I have already spotted a couple of errors relating to local repeaters. If you can help with corrections or sources of data they would like to hear from you.

Julian Moss, G4ILO, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Cumbria, England. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “Info needed”

  • MIke kv7vzz:

    This is nice! Thanks for the link, and I’ll be checking the local repeaters a bit more closely. Also, nice for planning a trip…

  • ke7tdy:

    Thanks for posting this request … I’m going to email my clubs local database to them right away!
    73 all
    ~j [ke7tdy]

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