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[Ham-80211] Emergency Wireless Internet

Gerry Creager gerry.creager at tamu.edu
Fri Oct 7 11:35:08 UTC 2005


I know of at least one group in the Dallas, TX area doing this.  I think 
they're using Motorola hardware.  I've been told Motorola repeaters can 
be tuned/configured for ham use... but they're not cheap.  Or 
reasonable, for that matter, for my view of a ham repeater.

gerry

Timothy J. Salo wrote:
>>Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 21:49:15 -0500
>>From: Gerry Creager
>>Subject: Re: [Ham-80211] Emergency Wireless Internet
>>
>>Yes, they are.
>>
>>
>>>Speaking of hams, digital technology, and emergency response, does
>>>anyone know if Project 25 radios are legal in the VHF/UHF ham bands?
> 
> 
> Very cool.
> 
> Is anyone doing this?
> 
> Are the Project 25 vendors prepared to build radio and repeaters
> that operate in the ham bands?
> 
> -tjs
> 
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