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How to get block the unregistered ID station's transmission on local repeater?

asked 2017-12-12 09:38:34 +0200

ha5ogr gravatar image

We are monitored there are more and more unregistered stations on our network. Some times there was transmitting from an UNLIS not HAM station . I know the unregistered stations is heard only on local repeater side not will going through to the other repeaters on network. Is it possible to block the local repeater interception from these inadequate station? Regards Lajos

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answered 2017-12-12 12:48:22 +0200

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You could block the unwanted IDs in the repeater configuration, if the CPS of the repeater model allows this. However there is no way that the repeater recognizes on its own if an ID is registered, to block it otherwise. So a blacklist will be useless, the user simply changes the ID. And personally I do not see any sense in blocking such IDs, I see it as the right of a legit user talking only locally without being routed. When he speaks his call sign it all should be fine, as in most countries the spoken call sign is the requirement, not some digital ID number.

With best regards

Ralph, dk5ras.

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answered 2017-12-12 15:20:39 +0200

ha5ogr gravatar image

Thank you for your answer Ralph.

73 de Lajos

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