Intro to Repeaters: There are so many unanswered questions for the new HAM licensee. We'll try to answer these questions to make HAM simple. geekprepper.org

Intro to Repeaters: There are so many unanswered questions for the new HAM licensee. We'll try to answer these questions to make HAM simple. geekprepper.org

OK, the Raspberry Pi, plus a biquad dish antenna with an 8+ mile range. hmmm... Adapt to ham radio use, and suddenly you have primary or backup broadband digital back haul, control and / or link capabilities to a remote node or repeater...

How-To: Build a WiFi biquad dish antenna

OK, the Raspberry Pi, plus a biquad dish antenna with an 8+ mile range. hmmm... Adapt to ham radio use, and suddenly you have primary or backup broadband digital back haul, control and / or link capabilities to a remote node or repeater...

How to Use Amateur (Ham Radio) Repeaters- A New Hams Guide to Repeaters

How to Use Amateur (Ham Radio) Repeaters- A New Hams Guide to Repeaters

So you bought your very own Ham Radio! Now what? Well I’ll go over the Ham Radio Basics: Simplex VS Repeaters and using a 2m / 70cm (440) Ha...

So you bought your very own Ham Radio! Now what? Well I’ll go over the Ham Radio Basics: Simplex VS Repeaters and using a 2m / 70cm (440) Ha...

Yaesu VX-8DR - for all the Amateur Radio Operators.  I don't have one yet, but this would be an excellent addition to any BOB.

Yaesu VX-8DR - for all the Amateur Radio Operators. I don't have one yet, but this would be an excellent addition to any BOB.

Sometimes, it's better to let a friend take over. The Urban Prepper knows these radios better than I ever will, so I asked him to be the one to present them ...

Sometimes, it's better to let a friend take over. The Urban Prepper knows these radios better than I ever will, so I asked him to be the one to present them ...

There's a second network that exists in every major city in the US, lying mostly unused, and available to anyone. With a cell-phone sized amateur radio, you can communicate dozens of miles away in an instant.  The magic lies in "repeaters” - powerful stations built by avid volunteers that boost your signal and beam it out in all directions. These repeaters are often installed at the highest point in the area, meaning that no matter where you are, many more people can hear your voice.  WORLD…

There's a second network that exists in every major city in the US, lying mostly unused, and available to anyone. With a cell-phone sized amateur radio, you can communicate dozens of miles away in an instant. The magic lies in "repeaters” - powerful stations built by avid volunteers that boost your signal and beam it out in all directions. These repeaters are often installed at the highest point in the area, meaning that no matter where you are, many more people can hear your voice. WORLD…

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