repeaters160 links - and 6 categories
Ham Radio : Clubs : North America : Canada : Quebec
- VE2RMP Radio Group
- The Groupe Radio VE2RMP Radio Group was formed in 2005 to support local repeaters
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- Tonto Amatuer Radio Assocciation
- Amateur Radio on the Mogollon Rim, run two repeaters both fusion capable
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- Methow Valley Amateur Radio Club
- Methow Valley Amateur Radio Club, providing the Okanogan county Amateur Radio Community with WA7MV repeaters coverage
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- Repeaters in Ukraine
- Map and list of amateur radio Repeaters in Ukraine in Russian
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- DARC Repeaters online
- Live streams from DB0WAS-DB0WUR-DB0SUN Relaisverbund, DB0FTS (analog/DV),DB0THA,DB0BRH,DB0MGN,DB0TVI repeaters in Germany.
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- Kirisun a fully indipendent company on the professional radio communications equipment incuding DMR, portable two-way radio and mobile radio and repeaters.
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- RARS Repeater Operating Guide
- What is a repeater? How do you use repeaters. A great guide to use amateur radio repeaters incuding repeater frequencies, operating procedures and practices.
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- DMR Repeaters Map
- DMR-MARC Networked Repeaters map
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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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- A Beginners Guide to Repeaters
- Mount Baker Amateur Radio Club present this guide with the hope that it will make using repeaters easier to understand and it will answer your questions without dwelling on the many technical details
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- A Beginners Guide to Repeaters
- Beginners Guide to Repeaters, Questions and Answers
by Kevin K. Custer W3KKC AKA the repeater builder guy
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- How do Repeater Work ?
- Basic Radio Awareness Introduction to Radio Communications Principals, how repeater work
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- Using Repeaters - The Basics
- Article about accessing repeaters, how repeaterss works, and properly using an amateur radio repeater
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- Essex Repeaters
- List of amateur radio repeaters in Essex England
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- Programming Yaesu FT-8800R
- Programming the FT-8800R via the front panel and microphone keypad is not extremely difficult. Already having a list of local repeaters in CHIRP, the addition of a USB cable would allow you to coordinate the memory layout across multiple radios with ease.
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- Enables every Ham to easily find repeaters across the the World, USA, Canada, Mexico and over 35 other countries, for free and without a network connection using the RepeaterBook Directory.
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- Peanut - Ham Radio Digital Voice Client
- Peanut is a free Digital radio client Android App. The App requires a manual registration with the author and allow to chat in proprietary rooms or to connect room linked to DSTAR amateur radio repeaters worldwide. A central Peanut dashboard with current system activity is also available.
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- A free repeater database app for iPhone and iPad includes repeaters from 35 different countries and is available in 5 languages
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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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- Cross Band Repeaters
- Crossband Repeating is a process where a Ham transmits one signal on one band (typically UHF), and it is received by another radio with a better antenna/power installation, and re-transmitted (typically on VHF) to another radio system, or a repeater. Everyday examples of cross-band repeaters are repeater receive sites that hear the input signals on 2m and retransmit those signals on a frequency higher than 220 MHz.
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