Summary in English

SK7RFL is a 2m & 70cm repeater, located on the Island of Öland. We operate from the Island's highest radio tower, with its base 50 mAsl. The four antenna systems are between 92 and 134 mAgl.

The FM repeater is affiliated with the "Swedish SvxLink Reflector Network".
  -  Talk-groups monitored: 91 92 240 924 927 2407 24073 24078 240501 240721 2407151.
  -  Talk-groups are activated by sending (DTMF) 91, followed by the tg number.
  -  You may use the command 9 to temporarily disconnect from the network.

  -  More information: SvxPortal.

We are also automatically connected to the following repeaters.
  -  SK7RN Böda        R6  145,750   FM narrow
  -  SK7RN Borgholm    R2x 145,6625  FM narrow
  -  SK7RN Mörbylånga  R1  145,625   FM narrow
  -  SK7JL Spjutsbygd  R5  145,725   FM narrow
  -  SK5BN Norrköping  RU0 434,600   FM narrow
  -  The link will be activated after your first transmission on the repeater.

The FM repeater is affiliated with the "UK SvxLink Reflector".
  -  Talk-groups monitored: 91 92 240 924 927 2407 24078 240721.
  -  Talk-groups are activated by sending (DTMF) 91, followed by the tg number.

The FM repeater is affiliated with the "Funknetz.de SvxLink Reflector".
  -  Talk-groups monitored: 91 92 240 924 927 2407 24078 240721.
  -  Talk-groups are activated by sending (DTMF) 91, followed by the tg number.

All repeaters on the Island of Öland may be operated without the use of any CTCSS or DTMF. 
  -  Several commands are available, e.g. for selection of talk-groups.
  -  You may terminate your commands with #, but it's not mandatory on this repeater.

SK7RFL is also equipped with an EchoLink connection. 
  -  Incoming connections are available to SK7RFL-R (353167).
  -  Incoming EchoLink is also relayed to SK7RN repeaters.
  -  Connections are rejected, if the repeater is already in use.

  -  Outgoing connections are made by just sending the EchoLink node number by DTMF.
  -  Macros are available. The list is here. Macros are preceeded with DTMF "D".

SK7RFL is now equipped with a DMR <--> SvxLink bridge. 
  -  From DMR (Brandmeister), transmit on talkgroup 240721.
  -  From SK7RFL DMR-repeater, transmit on talkgroup 6 (TS1).
  -  The bridge is activated automatically.
  -  From SK7RFL, any DMR talk group may be activated with 96tg.

To access our repeaters from elsewhere: 
  -  Use EchoLInk SK7RFL-R.
  -  SvxLink talk group: 24078.
  -  DMR (BM) talk group: 240717  -> tg 9 locally on SK7RFL DMR-repeater.
  -  DMR (BM) talk group: 240721  -> Analog repeaters SK7RFL and SK7RN.
  -  UK Reflector, talk group 24078.
  -  Funknetz.de Reflector, talk group 24078.

2m FM Analog
145,600 (R0), shift -600 kHz, FM Narrow
Opened with: 1750 Hz, DTMF 0 or CTCSS 79.7 Hz.
Linked with 70cm below.
Logic: SvxLink.

70cm FM Analog
434,600 (RU0), shift -2 MHz, FM Narrow
Opened with: 1750 Hz, DTMF 0 or CTCSS 79.7 Hz.
Linked with 2m above.
Logic: SvxLink.

70cm Digital modes (MMDVM)

434,550, shift -2 MHz
Logic: Pi-Star

DMR
  -  Brandmeister IDs: 240717, 240721, (2400513)
  -  CC: 7
  -  Brandmeister: TS1:  924, 927, 240717>9, 240721>6>FMTS2: 240, 2407, 24073, 240240, 24024, 240216, 2410
  -  DMR+: TS1: 17, 27, 240>80240;  TS2: Ref4650>8
  -  TGIF:TS1: 240, 2407
  -  Use TS1 for local traffic (talk-group 9).

  -  TS1 is also used for DMR+ and TGIF talkgroups.
  -  Tg 240717 on BM is translated into tg 9 locally.

  -  Use TS2 for domestic traffic.
  -  Use TS1 for any user-activated international traffic.

D-Star
  -  RPT1: SK7RFLB
  -  RPT2: SK7RFLG
  -  Default reflector: DCS010B
 (user activation only)

YSF/C4FM
  -  No default reflector (user activation only)

See also:
  -  Slideshow in English
  -  Introduction to SvxLink (slide show)
  -  SK7RFL coverage maps

  -  SK7RFL Command list (in Swedish)
  -  SK7RFL Macro list for EchoLink
  -  Swedish SvxLink Network Portal, by Peter SA2BLV
  -  More info on SvxLink, by Tobias SM0SVX (svxlink.org)
  -  Give new Life to analogue Repeaters (article by SM5GXQ)
  -  SvxLink towards new Heights (article by SM5GXQ)
  -  Building a Repeater or Simplex node with SvxLink (article by SM5GXQ)
  -  Using a Repeater with SvxLink (article by SM5GXQ).