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Antennas : Portable
- An automatically tuned 7 to 30 MHz mobile antenna
- For every radio amateur who loves to travel by car, a mobile installation soon becomes a necessity.
While in inhabited areas there is usually some coverage of VHF repeaters, in many other places VHF radios are useless. In these very places, HF can provide reliable contacts, and a lot of fun, from anywhere.
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- Tonto Amatuer Radio Assocciation
- Amateur Radio on the Mogollon Rim, run two repeaters both fusion capable
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- Manufacturer of two way radios based in Shenzhen China.
Retevis produce commercial, personal and amateur radio handheld and mobile transceivers, either for analog and digital modes. Retevis produce also two-way radio accessories and repeaters.
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- Beginners Guide to Repeaters
- An article about how to operate repeaters. How to call someone on a repeater, how to program your HT Radio setting the correct offset, setting tones, and several information on etiquette, lingo, abreviations and codes
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- Sample code plugs for DMR Radios
- Starter Code Plugs and Information for the New DMR User
These code plugs were are set up specifically for three UHF repeaters in the York / Harrisburg, PA area. These are working examples only and to be used as guides.
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- AllStarLink Wiki
- Guide to AllStarLink the world wide network of Amateur Radio repeaters, remote base stations and hot spots accessible to each other via the Internet and/or private IP networks.
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- AllStarLink is a network of Amateur Radio repeaters, remote base stations and hot spots accessible to each other via Voice over Internet Protocol. AllStarLink runs on a dedicated computer (including the Rasperry Pi) that you host at your home, radio site or computer center. It is based on the open source Asterisk PBX running our app_rpt application.
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- Ham Radio: Using Repeaters
- The most basic form of repeater receives communication on one frequency and re-transmits at a different frequency. This is known as duplex communication.
Repeaters are generally set up to operate with FM modulation on the amateur bands within the VHF (30 MHZ – 300 MHZ) and UHF frequencies (300 MHZ – 3 GHz). These are generally the frequencies used by handheld and mobile devices.
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- Online Australian Repeater Maps
- Online Repeater Map aims to help Australian amateur radio operators quickly and easily visualize the location of ham radio repeaters
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- Ukraine Repeater Map
- An interactive map for ham radio repeaters in Ukraine
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- HamVoip - Asterisk Allstar on the Raspberry Pi
- Reference site of the HAMVOIP AllstarLink
AllstarLink provides hams with a means of connecting radios, repeaters or simplex links, over the internet. It is built upon the asterisk open source PBX and runs on Linux
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