[Battlemesh] Battlemesh event in Leipzig and HAM Radio Repeater for travelling nerds
cmsv at wirelesspt.net
Thu Dec 12 21:55:22 UTC 2013
You might want to look into the possibility of paying a licence for a
specific frequency where you will be able to do more and be less
regulated,/restricted than unlicensed frequencies.
The investment might be cheap depending on the country.
I am also looking into HAMM Radio Repeaters and some time ago i sold a
few routers for HSMM (http://www.broadband-hamnet.org/)
On 12/12/2013 03:06 PM, ameba23 wrote:
> I am definately interested in this, and would love to learn more. I don't know if others will think it is off-topic. I got an amateur lisence about a year ago, to do some experiments with transferring data in a community in rural france. I am interested in lower frequency, lower bandwidth, communication. Many new projects seem to be using higher and higher frequencies (5Ghz etc), but for very rural areas something more robust is needed, and perhaps having high bandwidth is not so important.
> The problem of course is lisencing. The amateur community focuses on experimentation and learning rather than practical everyday use, and it might not be practical to have a communication system where every user must have taken the exam to get an amateur radio lisence.
> In the UK, 'white spaces' created by the changeover from analogue to digital television broadcasting will soon be used for internet in rural areas (see for example http://love-hz.tumblr.com/). I would be interested to know if there is something similar in other countries?
> Im almost sure 446Mhz is available for unlisenced use in Germany. But if you and perhaps some others have an amateur lisence, maybe we could make some demonstrations with your repeater. I would be interested.
> ps. I have not yet introduced myself on this list, nor have I been to a battlemesh event before. Im am not from any specific project but I would like to come to battlemesh Leipzig with some wifi routers which work on 430Mhz amateur band, for experimentation. This is a bit of a legal grey-area, but it is an idea for discussion rather than a practical proposal. See http://ehion.com/~ameba/mediawiki/index.php/430mhz_data_transfer
> On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 10:32:10AM +0100, Saverio Proto wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I am coming to Leipzig to the battlemesh with my Baofeng UV-5R plus.
>> It is a nice nerd toy that you can buy for very cheap on ebay.
>> There is anyone else in the battlemesh community that plays with VHF
>> and UHF repeaters ?
>> There is this repeater in Leipzig that we can use when we are there:
>> DB0LE-R 111100 LEIPZIG - 438.7875 MHz
>> I dont know yet the shift and the tone of the repeater.
>> It is also Echolink connected, so from Italy if I dial 111100 I get a
>> audio bridge to that repeater.
>> In Ninux we found that this HAM radios are very very nice when you are
>> working on the roofs and you have two teams on two roofs deploying a
>> point to point link.
>> At the moment I got a HAM licence to use the amateur frequencies. Do
>> you know if there is a VHF/UHF open frequency that anyone can use
>> without licence ? It would be nice to involve everyone in the wireless
>> community using this tecnology.
>> I know that 446.000 to 446.100 Mhz is of free use with low power and
>> mobile station.
>> I am building a parrot repeater with my Cubieboard and OpenWRT, and I
>> would like to know if it would be legal in Germany to install it on
>> the roof of the Sublab for the weekend of the Battlemesh :)
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