Current Status of the National System

Current Status of the National System


May have the South Island link port turned off at various times due to an intermittent OPEN MUTE noise 

originating from the South Island   updated 07 Aug


The South link transmitter at Klondyke was replaced on 18th June    Signals coming south much stronger

Blue Duck

​Weaker signals than normal North and South . Likely to be Ice on antennas 


This node is currently Not Operational


A fault has developed with local transmitter .Removed for repair on 4 May. 

Repairs being made to the local transmitter .


Controller replace and repeater to be returned to site in the  next few weeks

Mt Studholm , Mt Cargill , Balclutha

Signals from the Mt Stuart site should be now back to normal .

Pulse type interference is also being heard on stations south of Christchurch 



Site updated 07 Aug  2019       

National System usage guide.

Please make sure minimum of 3 second gaps between overs .At busy times 5 seconds is recommended.

Key up delay from the Far North to the Far South is several mS so the gaps are very important so others can access if required . Please limit conversation to a max of 20 mins  and if possible move to simplex or a local repeater .  A conversation on your local national system repeater activates the whole system nation wide .

The Kordia National System award is active . Please assist in giving out points for this .

If you have further info or need additional info   ( if available )  please email   (   nationalsysteminfo     at   gmail   dot  com  )