Users can select a number of parameters from the Repeaterbook search from within the application:
If the user does not enter a location, the import will include all repeaters for the selected band(s). If the user does not select any bands, the import will include all repeaters for the selected location. If the location in blank, then the user will receive all of the repeaters for the entire state/province.
With Repeaterbook's expansion to cover repeaters from around the world, Repeaterbook is changing the API to allow users to enter their location, anywhere around the world, and receive an export.
RT Systems provides the following:
Repeaterbook then searches the North American database and the Rest of World database for any matching repeaters and imports them to the app.
Repeaterbook.com offers a data export from many of its search pages. The data can be imported into the RT Systems application.
Search types where you can find the export include:
|Channel Number||The memory number||Auto-incremented|
|Receive Frequency||The repeater downlink frequency|
|Transmit Frequency||The repeater uplinkm frequency|
|Offset Direction||Split direction||-, +, s, x|
|Name||Name the channel||Repeater Callsign|
|Tone Mode||Signaling method||None, Tone, T SQL, DCS, D Code|
|CTCSS||Uplink signaling tone|
|RX CTCSS||Downlink signaling tone|
|DCS||Uplink signaling digital code|
|RX DCS||Downlink digital signaling code|
|Comment||Repeater nearest city and landmark|