Ham Radio Repeater
“The complete construction process of a 440MHz UHF Amateur Radio Repeater that was setup on top of our school here at New Mexico Tech.
Includes conceptual explanation, construction, testing, and more.
The repeater is online and serves Socorro at a frequency of 442.125 (+) 100.0 PL
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