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2:13:26 pm
FTM400XDR: power requirement

I would look to see if it is powering off when you, (or the APRS beacon), transmit. Is it set to high power? Have you verified a very stout "12"V powe
12:24:01 pm
Broadcastify Raspberry Pi Feed Appliance Image v1.0 (BETA)

[QUOTE="blantonl, post: 3491927, member: 3"]
I'm excited to announce the release of the "New and Improved" Broadcastify Raspberry Pi Feed Appliance Im
12:23:19 pm
Broadcastify Raspberry Pi Feed Appliance Image v1.0 (BETA)

[QUOTE="siesel, post: 3497388, member: 86458"]

How would this work with Ham Radio operators using Allstarlink (Asterisk)? Right now most of
1:08:45 pm
New Puxing PX-888K or fake

I have the same knockoff of a knockoff PX-888K

I have been playing with this a few hours today and am uncovering a feature I don't understand.

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Click to listen KK2NY 147.0300 MHz and AllStar Node 409811 Amateur Radio
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Click to listen Patchogue Village Public Safety

Pretty boring stuff... reports that the bathrooms at Shorefront Park are locked, things like that. But during Village events like Alive After Five it should be pretty busy. *NEW* 11/1/21 ADDED FIRE/AMBULANCE with Alpha Tags visible with Scanner Radio app

Status: 11/1/21 Uniden BCT15X now serving Patchogue Village Constable, DPW, Fire and Ambulance with Alpha Tags visible to Scanner Radio app and Winamp (link upon request)
Public Safety
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Click to listen W2GSB 146.6850 MHz Repeater and Allstar Node 46580 Amateur Radio
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Click to listen W2TOB 440.2500 MHz Dstar Repeater Amateur Radio
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Click to listen WB2QGZ 438.4750 MHz Repeater and AllStar Node 46579 Amateur Radio
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Click to listen WR2UHF 444.7000 MHz and Allstar Node 40980

The "WON System" wide-coverage repeater in Long Island, NY
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