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 When the repeater is added, the call sign of the person who added the repeater is recorded and is allowed to edit the repeater. This means, if you hold both a GMRS license and an Amateur Radio license, you can add the repeater when logged in with your Amateur Radio license callsign. If the repeater holds your GMRS license and you added the repeater when logged in with your Amateur Radio license, you will be able to edit the repeater when logged in under either call sign.  When the repeater is added, the call sign of the person who added the repeater is recorded and is allowed to edit the repeater. This means, if you hold both a GMRS license and an Amateur Radio license, you can add the repeater when logged in with your Amateur Radio license callsign. If the repeater holds your GMRS license and you added the repeater when logged in with your Amateur Radio license, you will be able to edit the repeater when logged in under either call sign. 
  
-==== Editing a Repeater ====+===== Editing a Repeater ​=====
 You must have a valid GMRS callsign and be logged in with your GMRS callsign to edit a GMRS repeater. The callsign must be the same as the person who added the repeater or that of the repeater call sign. You must have a valid GMRS callsign and be logged in with your GMRS callsign to edit a GMRS repeater. The callsign must be the same as the person who added the repeater or that of the repeater call sign.
  
 When the repeater is added, the call sign of the person who added the repeater is recorded and is allowed to edit the repeater. This means, if you hold both a GMRS license and an Amateur Radio license, you can add the repeater when logged in with your Amateur Radio license callsign. If the repeater holds your GMRS license and you added the repeater when logged in with your Amateur Radio license, you will be able to edit the repeater when logged in under either call sign. When the repeater is added, the call sign of the person who added the repeater is recorded and is allowed to edit the repeater. This means, if you hold both a GMRS license and an Amateur Radio license, you can add the repeater when logged in with your Amateur Radio license callsign. If the repeater holds your GMRS license and you added the repeater when logged in with your Amateur Radio license, you will be able to edit the repeater when logged in under either call sign.
  
-==== Repeater Validation ====+===== Repeater Validation ​=====
 If a repeater is entered with incorrect information that would invalidate the listing, such as a callsign that does not belong to the repeater or is not a valid call sign, the repeater may be deleted from the database without prior warning or notice. If a repeater is entered with incorrect information that would invalidate the listing, such as a callsign that does not belong to the repeater or is not a valid call sign, the repeater may be deleted from the database without prior warning or notice.
  
gmrs.txt ยท Last modified: 2019/12/20 00:00 by kd6kpc