Ham Radio Repeaters, are equipment able to receive a signal and to transmit it at a higher power or a different frequency in order to permit the input signal to cover a longer distance
Usually repeaters are placed on hilltops or in tall buildings in order to cover higher distances.
To operate with amateur radio repeaters, your transceiver is required to be properly configured according to the repeater settings.
We selected a ten interesting resources taken from our Amateur Radio Repeaters links category
Mount Baker Amateur Radio Club present this guide with the hope that it will make using repeaters easier to understand and it will answer your questions without dwelling on the many technical details
Introduction to repeaters, repeater bands, linking, repeater gateways, using repeaters and operating guidelines by WIA.ORG.AU
How repeaters work,with graphics and text explaining various duplex operationg modes
What is a repeater? How do you use repeaters. A great guide to use amateur radio repeaters incuding repeater frequencies, operating procedures and practices.
Guidelines on operating on ham radio repeaters frequencies
A document about Repeaters what are they and how to use them in a pdf file format
Basic Radio Awareness Introduction to Radio Communications Principals, how repeater work
Repeater operating is one of the most popular facets of amateur radio
This article will help the New Ham to be more at home on repeaters and understand the operation and procedures on Ham Radio Repeaters.