No it isn’t a Swedish Death Metal band, it is what happened to my stupid 2m/70cm antenna.
Another post about radios… this time the Tait 8110:
Ok… Firstly, there are many guides to doing this already on the internet, but most of the use a Raspberry Pi. I’m not using one, for reasons that will be made clear later.
Secondly, I couldn’t find any one of the guides that did exactly what we wanted.
Before you read all this rubbish, it is important that to use it you will need an Amateur Radio License and Callsign, and and APRS-IS Passcode. If you don’t have them, then go and get them before continuing.
So, with that in mind…
Note: I have been informed that my information on GB3ZI is out of date. In fact it is totally off-air now.
Since I passed my Amateur Radio Foundation Exam a couple of months ago – mainly thanks to the excellent course run by Essex Ham (yes, I am aware that I live quite a way from Essex, but that does not matter) – I’ve been using the two local repeaters:
Currently my Amateur Radio transmitters and recievers are Baofeng UV-5Rs.
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