*about ukrepeaters

This web site is maintained and produced by Colin Dalziel, GM8LBC who is the Scotland Manager and webmaster of the RSGB Emerging Technology Co-ordination Committee (ETCC)
The web site is produced in English and is regularly maintained.
This web site is currently hosted by Krystal on a UK-based server.
The following domain names may be used: ukrepeaters.net, ukrepeaters.org, ukrepeaters.com, rsgblicensing.co.uk.
Whilst this web site is the recognised presence on the internet of the RSGB's Emerging Technology Co-ordination Committee it is nevertheless produced as a volunteer effort at no cost to RSGB members.
Repeater mapping material is provided courtesy GM8LBC and can only be reproduced with permission.
This is a parallel edition of the ukrepeaters site which has a number of scaled-down features.


linking to this site

You may LINK to material on this web site but note that it is not acceptable to lift information and re-publish it on other web sites as this has over the years resulted in out-of-date and therefore incorrect data to be commonly found.
You are also not permitted to sell any of the information on this site without prior permission.
If you are linking to this site please note that the Home Page URL is ukrepeaters/ and you should acknowledge the source material also provide a link back.
Contact details are found on the CONTACTS page.
This web site is entirely charitable in nature.
ukrepeater.net supercedes RMCWEB which closed in January 2006.



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why dot net?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
An amateur radio net is an "on-the-air" gathering of amateur radio operators.
Using the accepted definition of a radio amateur "net" the web domain .net was used though the normal definition of .net is for networks; usually reserved for organizations such as Internet service providers.
Thus, a "play on words"

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