For an example:
Operator #1 calls for operator #2. The repeater records Operator #1's transmission (for up to 60
seconds). Once Operator #1 is done transmitting, the repeater will key up and playback what it
recorded for operator #2 to hear via from the repeater what operator #1 said. Then operator #2
can do the same thing back to operator #1 and so on.
Another advantage of having this type of repeater available is that it creates a good method for an
operator to test their own transmission and quality of audio without taking up a second operator's
time. Plus avoiding the confusion of another operator trying to describe how you are sounding.
* Controller... Argent Data Systems ADS-SR1 * Transceiver... Tytera MD-380V * Amplifier ... Heathkit HA-202 * Primary power source... Battery (Duracell Marine 24MS) * Battery charger (daylight)... Solar panel/controller (UPG 87511/Docooler CMP12) * Battery charger (at night)... Trickle charger (Schumacher SC1) * Coax... TIMES Microwave LMR-400 * Antenna... Tram 1481 * Elevation... 30 feet above ground level 400 feet above sea level * Power output... 5w from MD-380 to 35w from HA-202 * Original air date... August 28th, 2016