Lincoln Repeaters are believed to be the only repeaters situated on a medieval building in Europe.

The antennas are sited on top of the central tower of Lincoln Cathedral. This magnificent building, which was started over 900 years ago, dominates the City from its elevated position. The repeaters are GB3LM on 2metres, GB3LS on 70cm, GB3VL (ATV) on 23cm and on 10Ghz (ATV) repeater GB3LX.

The Repeaters

The repeaters have a good coverage area which takes in Lincolnshire and East Nottinghamshire.


2m VHF Analogue / Digital Fusion Repeater
Output: 145.7250 MHz
Input: 145.1250 MHz
CTCSS 71.9 Hz
Dual Mode Fusion or FM
Yaesu DR-1X VHF Repeater
Note: This repeater does NOT give out ‘Pips’ when you de-key.


70cm UHF Analogue Repeater
Output: 433.050 MHz
Input: 434.650 MHz
CTCSS 71.9 Hz
IRLP Node: 5556
Vertex Standard UHF Repeater


23cm ATV (Amateur Television) Repeater
Output: Digital 1310 MHz DVB-S @ 4 MSymbols, 1/2 FEC

Input: Analogue 1270 MHz
Input: Digital 1280 MHz DVB-S @ 2 MSymbols, 1/2 FEC
Input: Input from GB3LX
Live Stream on the BATC Website
FM Talkback on 144.750MHz

This repeater has a Quad Screen mode which is automatically entered into when multiple input signals are detected.


3cm ATV (Amateur Television) Repeater
Output: 10.240 GHz Analogue
Input: 10.425 GHz Analogue

This repeater also acts as an input for GB3VL.

The current repeater keepers are Alistair M0TEF for GB3LM & GB3LS and Stephen M5SJM for GB3VL and GB3LX. They took over as repeater keepers in 2021 when Bob G7AVU stood down after may years as keeper. Our thanks must go to Bob for all his hard work that he put into the repeaters over many years that he was keeper. 

If you would like to make a donation to help with the cost of the upkeep of these repeaters, it would be gratefully appreciated. The Lincoln Repeater Group maintain their own website Here…


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