F-troop is run on the Rolystonr repeater, VK6RAP, on 146.700 MHz FM - with an input frequency of 146.100 MHz.list of repeaters and their specific settings which you should consult before actually broadcasting into any repeater.
If you've just got your radio, you might not know how to set it up so you can talk on-air using the repeater. This page is intended to help you get started. Of course it would be simple to tell you just to read the manual, but if you did, you probably wouldn't be reading this page would you?
If you want to say something, you need to tune to the repeater input, 146.100 MHz and transmit. The repeater will receive your signal - if you're in range - and transmit onto the output frequency.
If you wanted to, you could just keep swapping between those two frequencies, but you'd be running a good risk of getting the two mixed up, resulting in you and everyone else not hearing anything.
Below are the instructions for various radio's on how to configure operation for repeater use, that is, to make your radio magically switch to the correct frequency when you transmit.
Connect to the repeater
Excerpts from pages 56 and 57 from the user manual:
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