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Repeater CSVs

The MØLXQ Repeater CSV Generator is in beta test mode.
The files created have worked in testing but your results may vary.

This tool allows you to generate CSV files which you can import into your radio’s programming software.

The database used imports its data from the ukrepeater.net website at 04:00 hrs local time every morning – the database was last updated at 04:00 GMT on 13th November 2019.

Output Settings

1. Limit your results by distance:
You can restrict your results to a specified number of miles from the centre of a Maidenhead grid locator.
Leave the box below unchecked if you just want to include the whole of the UK.

Restrict by Distance:   
Locator:   
[more] Enter a 6 character Maidenhead Locator. Distances will be calculated from the centre of the grid.
Within Distance (miles):   

2. Choose your repeater/gateway statuses to include:
These statuses are updated daily from the ukrepeater.net database.
If you think they are wrong, contact ukrepeater.net and advised them so they can update the database for everyone!

  Include Operational
Include Non-Operational
Include Licensed
Include Reduced Output
[more] Operational repeaters/gateways are probably what you want, but there is always the possibility that downtime hasn't yet been reported.

[more] A repeater or gateway's reported downtime might be temporary, so you may want to include these for when they are back.

[more] These repeaters/gateways are licensed but not yet on air. You may want to include these ready for when they go live.

[more] Repeaters and gateways may operate on reduced output while for a variety of reasons but this is not permanent. You may wish to include these for when any problems are resolved.
   

3. Repeaters, Gateways or both?
Choose whether you would like just repeaters, just gateways or both repeaters and gateways in your CSV download.

  Include Repeaters
Include Simplex Gateways
[more] Repeaters have an input and output frequency and generally have a greater power output as well as a greater coverage footprint.

[more] Gateways transmit and receive on the same frequency (simplex) and are often operated for a specific purpose.

   

4. Choose which bands to include:
Choose the correct bands for your radio. If in doubt, consult your radio's instruction manual.
Loading incorrect bands into your radio is likely to cause error messages at the very minimum!

  10m (29 MHz)
6m (50 MHz)
4m (70 MHz)
2m (144 MHz)
70cm (432 MHz)
 
[more] Include 10m repeaters and/or gateways if your radio is capable of TX/RX on 29 MHz. (FM only)

 
[more] Include 6m repeaters and/or gateways if your radio is capable of TX/RX on 50 MHz. (FM only)

 
[more] Include 4m gateways if your radio is capable of TX/RX on 70 MHz. (FM only)

 
[more] Include 2m repeaters and/or gateways if your radio is capable of TX/RX on 144 MHz.

 
[more] Include 70cm repeaters and/or gateways if your radio is capable of TX/RX on 432 MHz.

   

5. Download your CSV file in a format of your choice:
Choose the correct bands for your radio. If in doubt, consult your radio's instruction manual.
Loading incorrect bands into your radio is likely to cause error messages at the very minimum!

CHIRP
This is a generic CSV file for use with Dan Smith, KK7DS's free CHIRP software.
See chirp.danplanet.com for more details.

 

 

Yaesu® FT-7900
For use with Bob Freeth, G4HFQ's FTB7900 software.
See www.g4hfq.co.uk for more details.

 

 

Icom® Radios
For use with the Icom® official programming software.
See www.icom.co.jp for more details and downloads.

Icom® Group Options:
Group Number:   
Group Name:   

 

 

 

 ID-31 & ID-51
 Instructions
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I plan on adding more output formats in time. If you have radio programming software that can import and export CSV files, please get in touch as the chances are I can create an output file for that radio.