Amateur, radio, repeaters
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This monitors the time a signal has been relayed and if a certain time has been exceeded then the repeater will go into a busy or time out mode and stop re-transmitting the signal. Once the repeater has been accessed, the audio from the incoming signal will be re-transmitted on the output frequency of the repeater.
A repeater, whether an amateur radio repeater or even a commercial repeater is a station that receives a signal on one frequency and simultaneously re-transmits it on another. Initially when a repeater is not in use it will not radiate a signal. Also the ctcss tone needed is also required. This will conserve power and also reduce possible interference.