OpenRepeater is a low cost, low power, but feature rich duplex repeater controller suitable for setting up a temporary / emergency repeater systems with radios that can be run on portable power. Download the latest OpenRepeater software for your Raspberry Pi 2/3/3B+/4. This image contains everything you need to get up and running quickly.
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