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Repeater control with multiple columns

VB.NET

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ASP.NET

Cross-Band Radio Repeater - Part #2

I really saw a need for “repeater” capability when a bunch of individuals got together and all they had was handheld radios.  Distance and Line-of-sight always limited their usefulness.  1.060 more words

Radios

Cross-Band Radio Repeater - Part #1

In my day job I use often radios over very long distances.  To accomplish this the government has installed a series of repeaters in various locations around our six county area.  1.847 more words

Radios

Yaesu FT-8800R Mobile Ham Radio - Part #1

Anyone who has been in the Ham radio arena for 30 minutes or more knows the quality associated with the name Yaesu. The company has been putting out a high quality product for a very long time.  1.122 more words

Gear &amp; Equipment

New Dstar Gateway in Sussex

With some advice coming from MB6EB, Jamie 2e0jbr has now had licenced MB6ZE, a new 2m node in the town of Hastings.

Operating on a frequency of 144.8375Mhz, and operating like MB6EB, MB6ZE now provides DStar connectivity within Hastings town centre, and the surrounding area, filling a gap and extending the digital network to yet more users in East Sussex. 11 more words

News

XRF D-STAR Reflectors explained

Having recently developed an interest in how reflectors work, I soon realised that the best way of coming to understand how these vital pieces of D-STAR pieces of infrastructure work and interact with the rest of the network was to build my own. 904 more words

D-STAR

What is Repeater?

Introduction

Repeater works at the Physical layer of the OSI Model.

Networking