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Keen to make your own repeater?

Construction projects, kit building, ideas. looking for that hard to find part?
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Keen to make your own repeater?

Post by va3ts » Sat May 20, 2017 6:46 pm

Try this, open repeater for the raspberry pi.

https://openrepeater.com/

Ya but I don't have my advanced qual.... strickly speaking a repeater is assumed to be remotely controlled, in other words if this is a radio at your QTH, and you didn't build or modify the transmitter, then you as a holder of the basic qual can experiment as you like. However, if you leave your QTH, you must turn off the repeater.
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Portable Repeater Controller

Post by va3ts » Mon Jul 31, 2017 1:52 pm

Portable Repeater Controller
This microprocessor-based Portable Repeater Controller was designed to quickly build a fully functional repeater 'in the field' in less than no time. Due to its universal design it can be used all the way from classroom instruction to 24/7 repeater operation. A fully functional amateur radio repeater system is created by just connecting two radios, an antenna, a power supply and optionally filters.
http://shop.emco-electronics.nl/portabl ... oller.html
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