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Re: Free Radio Licence

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G0DUI
He's listening every morning from about 7:30 until about teatime. S20...does that sound right? My terminology may be a little off but he does hubnet too. There's a group of them that chat every mornign, think that is on hubnet.
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S20 is the 2M band calling channel 145.500 not hear him on that as it local VHF.

Hubnet is internet linked gateways we have a local one and It might be possible to link up. Depends on which modes and protocols he is using. Our local one is a simplex gateway MB7IVG on 144.9625 CTCSS access 103.5Hz
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He says if you were to wake that one up, you would be on hubnet. It looks like it is permanently connected to hubnet.

Apparently I got it wrong, it's Allstar not hubnet. But also Echolink. He runs his own nodes, Allstar node 45831 Echolink gateway G0DUI-L. That's what he listens to all day. He's happy to arrange a sched if you wanted to meet up on hubnet.
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Unintended consequences of the lock down? Nice to see you again Mel.

Good call sign - I am watching more Judge Judy than is good for me, at the moment, and thus I know that DUI is an abbreviation for driving under the influence. :smile:
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Lol, I get notifications for this topic and wasn't busy when it came in.

Trust you are well Tripps. I guess Judge Judy is better than some daytime TV.
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Morning Mel!! What a nice surprise. I watch these topics even though I don't understand them.....
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Thanks Stanley, all good here. A few changes in life since I was a frequent poster. I'm now a part time dog groomer and the occasional dog walker! Absolutely love it, feel like I found my path in life. My own three get a little jealous of it all though, I'm thoroughly inspected on returning home.
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Off topic so forgive me, but this seems to be your main topic at the moment. I just checked out the Briecliffe Society website, and see that you and (our) Gloria are still very active there. I'm surprised it was only three years ago that I got the Ben Brierley and other books from Rex Watson - they seem to have been on my shelf for ever. :smile: Thanks again to you both.
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Some of the best and most productive pieces on OG are posted off piste! I love it....
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