@G8BYI 2018 Date 28/03/2018
GGB3UT Web Site
TV Amateur Repeater Located at Bath University
GB3UT is currently sited within the building on top of Norwood House a accommodation Block at the Bath University. There are many antenna on the roof of the UT building, GB3UB 70cm repeater, MB7UB the 2m APRS  relay , Phone antennas and GB3UT transmit  and receive antennas. In addition on occasion the University Science and Electrical Departments place experiments on the roof as well.  The Norwood building is 9 stories high ,so is an ideal site. as the building is on a hill 180m asl. GB3UT has been here for 20 years at least, the world changes around it though. Currently we have big problems with our receive antenna and are using a single patch antenna within the building. This some what limits receive coverage to the East and  a fraction to the South. We wish to seek permission to go onto the roof, but it is difficult we believe, health and safety issues abound we fear.
GB3UT now has both analogue and digital receive capability, on the 23cm band. We cannot have a 70cm receiver there because of the close proximity of GB3UB the 70cm voice repeater. Robin  G8DRK maintains the Teletext facility UT has, it is we believe unique these days to have such a facility. But to receive and decode it a teletext compatible tv receiver is required, so only locals can resolve it. We stream the output of GB3UT via the BATC streaming facility, G8BYI receives a reasonable picture from UT so can put it on the Internet to BATC, where they stream it World Wide. See main page for a link to it.
BATC = British Amateur Television Club
© Lorem ipsum dolor sit Nulla in mollit pariatur in, est ut dolor eu eiusmod lorem 2014
GGB3UT Web Site
TV Amateur Repeater Located at Bath University
GB3UT is currently sited within the building on top of Norwood House a accommodation Block at the Bath University. There are many antenna on the roof of the UT building, GB3UB 70cm repeater, MB7UB the 2m APRS  relay , Phone antennas and GB3UT transmit  and receive antennas. In addition on occasion the University Science and Electrical Departments place experiments on the roof as well.  The Norwood building is 9 stories high ,so is an ideal site. as the building is on a hill 180m asl. GB3UT has been here for 20 years at least, the world changes around it though. Currently we have big problems with our receive antenna and are using a single patch antenna within the building. This some what limits receive coverage to the East and  a fraction to the South. We wish to seek permission to go onto the roof, but it is difficult we believe, health and safety issues abound we fear.
GB3UT now has both analogue and digital receive capability, on the 23cm band. We cannot have a 70cm receiver there because of the close proximity of GB3UB the 70cm voice repeater. Robin  G8DRK maintains the Teletext facility UT has, it is we believe unique these days to have such a facility. But to receive and decode it a teletext compatible tv receiver is required, so only locals can resolve it. We stream the output of GB3UT via the BATC streaming facility, G8BYI receives a reasonable picture from UT so can put it on the Internet to BATC, where they stream it World Wide. See main page for a link to it.