The Emerging Technology Coordination Committee (ETCC) develops and enhances the UK amateur radio repeater and data communications systems and promotes the introduction and rollout of appropriate new technologies.


Licence Changes and New Applications
Please note that until Ofcom officially announce the changes to the amateur radio licence, we cannot accept applications from Intermediates for Repeaters and Packet Stations. Nor can we accept applications from Foundation licence holders for anything. Any applications made before the licence is officially changed will be removed from the system. Once the changes are announced and we have the final details, this site will changed to reflect those changes. It is likely we will be closing down the site for new applications on Sunday 18th Feb in anticipation of Ofcom announcing the changes next week. There is still a lot of work to be done behind the scenes in preparation for these changes. Thank you for your patience and co-operation. Steve G8SFR

It is with great sadness that we have to report the passing of Bob Wilkinson, G3VVT on 13th February. Bob served as ETCC Manager for North England since 2006. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this sad time.

GB3SA (Stamford) It is intended to close this repeater permanently in April as I will not be able to provide the shut down personnel as required by Ofcom. Activity on the repeater is almost zero and a number of locals have gone QRT on repeaters. /G8IOA
12-Feb-24 is part of the ukrepeaters website suite.

The ukrepeaters site contains all the official UK repeater lists and access to various application forms to apply for a repeater or gateway. - all about UK amateur radio repeaters
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