Christmas Social Event
This will be held on Thursday evening December 20. A buffet will be provided thanks to Peter Love's wife, Sarah, kindly volunteering to work in the kitchen. Free to members and just £5 for husbands/wives/partners. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 22 November at the latest if you wish to attend.
The club meets every Thursday at:
St Peter & St Paul Parish Church, Minnis Lane | River, Dover CT17 0RG
Meeting time 18:45 - 22:00
The club has a dedicated radio room which can be used by members. We offer Foundation and Intermediate Licence training. Advanced help + A mixture of demos and talks are also held at the club.
The Dover Club is registered as an examination centre. All forms of training can be arranged.
We also organise a rally which is held in March every year. (see Events page)
New club e-mail address
Members are requested to send an e-mail to email@example.com so that a list can be compiled.
Dover Radio Club "White Cliffs Net"
The Club “White Cliffs Net" is on air at 0910z on 1.845.00 Monday to Sunday. Please feel free to join in. Keith G0DUK is net controller.
VHF voice repeaters covering the catchment area of the Dover club are GB3KS at Dover (145.625MHz) and GB3FK at Folkestone (145.750MHz).
There is no UHF repeater in the immediate locality but GB3EK at Cliftonville Tx (Output) 430.8875 MHz, RX (Input) 438.4875 MHz [Offset 7.6 MHz] CTCSS 103.5 Hz (look at www.gb3ek.co.uk for more information) and GB3SK at Canterbury (433.150MHz) provide good coverage with the exception of the low lying areas of Shepway.
GB3FK is operated by the Folkestone Repeater Group, further information can be obtained by logging onto www.gb3fk.com The remaining repeaters mentioned above are run by the Kent Repeater Group and full details of all their repeaters can be found on their web site at www.krg.org.uk
Voice Repeater Access and Usage
All the voice repeaters in Kent can be accessed by a 1750 Hz tone of between 200 m/seconds and 1 second OR by CTCSS tones of 103.5 Hz (except GB3SK) followed by at least 3 seconds of audio this can be achieved by giving your own call sign twice to ensure the repeater is opened properly. ALWAYS wait for the over signal, usually a ‘K’ or a ‘G’ between overs before transmitting. The ‘G’ indicates access by CTCSS.
GB7FK - This digital repeater is located in Capel, between Dover and Folkestone. Port C 145.7875 MHz. Please send your reports via The Folkestone Repeater Group
DMR Repeater GB7CK is also located at Capel, on 70cms. more information at www.gb3fk.com