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15319Re: [tracker2] Anything new for Dayton

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  • Brandon Tibbitts
    Mar 5, 2013

      You may consider running or supporting the smaller space consuming radio to radio type repeater, such as the ones using two GM300 radios or similar to create a small and lightweight repeater.

      These seem to be popping up alot.

      I'm not exactly sure if it'd be any different than a fullscale repeater. Maybe.

      Just a thought I had,


      From: Scott Miller <scott@...>
      To: tracker2@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, March 5, 2013 3:31 PM
      Subject: Re: [tracker2] Anything new for Dayton

      >     Are you talking about something like the combo Raspi with
      > the piggybacked APRS modules?

      Not a pi, though the thought had crossed my mind.  It's a Freescale
      Coldfire-based unit running a very lightweight RTOS.

      >     Are you looking for something like a Celwave flat pack?
      >     The one I have is for UHF but they are available for VHF as well
      > (Chinese versions are about $99.)

      Ideally I suppose I'd like to have a complete repeater, including
      cavities, with a common ham controller for comparison.  It's been years
      since I've touched a duplex repeater and I've never been the operator of
      one.  It's a field I've been reluctant to get into because of the
      support requirements that are likely to come with it, but the ADS-SR1
      already has 90% of the code written and debugged that it needs to be a
      decent repeater controller, and the new unit will have more than enough
      capability on the hardware side to do all of that and a lot of stuff
      that I haven't seen so far in existing controllers, like IP linking.

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