Now for something completely different!
I find myself talking fairly often to hams who are using remote transceivers. The operator will be in say, Michigan, with the rig in Florida. Some of them are using the online system:
I signed up and downloaded the software. It works very well. Many of the stations are closed to outsiders, and some of them don't let you transmit, but it is fun to listen from remote locations.
This morning I hooked up the Tuna Tin 2 and was able to hear my 200 mW signal through AI4W's receiver in Kentucky.
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The Radio Shack • Re: cheap pocket radios - Do you have a link to an example? Statistics: Posted by Richard — Sat Apr 29, 2017 4:14 pm ------------------------------
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