[arm-allstar] Anyone running RTCM?
w0kgw3 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 8 21:26:21 EST 2015
Lots of good things to say about the RTCM units, we've been running for a
year with zero issues. There's some large sites out there running them, and
I'm sure folks will chime in with bigger systems.
Takes a bit to get things configured, but once you get it all tweaked you
can pretty much ignore it.
On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 9:19 PM, John C. Westmoreland, P.E. <
john at westmorelandengineering.com> wrote:
> Hello Steve,
> If you don't mind me asking; how much does the Ubiquiti stuff run to set
> up what you have:
> https://www.ubnt.com/products/ ?
> John AJ6BC
> On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 6:39 PM, Steve Wright <stevewrightnz at gmail.com>
>> Hi folks,
>> A group of us locally are looking at a high-end 6m VOTER Simulcast
>> repeater. We'd sure would be interested in comments before we started
>> We want to have a TX-only site with outboard remote voting receivers -
>> for the purpose of dodging all the duplexing complexity, and also to be
>> able to run some serious horsepower on TX, full legal-limit into a large
>> antenna array is the plan.
>> We have plenty of sites - some of them mains-powered, and plenty of
>> line-of-sight Ubiquiti-wireless-link lovin' to the others.
>> We aim to start small and kick off a bit of a craze and see what other
>> (regional) locals will join us and add their own high-power TX and
>> remote RX as well. We think there is the potential to build a very
>> interesting piece of distributed machinery that will be sought after
>> Any suggestions?
>> Steve ZL1BHD
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