ETH029 – Hamnet Mesh Networks

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Hello everybody and welcome back to the Everything Ham Radio Podcast! In this episode we are going to talk with David Ericson, KB5UGF about Hamnet Mesh networks.

Mesh Technologies

Equipment Brands

Area Mesh Networks

Tools

GoNode - Mesh KB5UGF Antennas - Mesh
Mobile Mesh Node Nano with AREDN - Mesh

 

 


 

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Amateur Radio Club Spotlight

 

Lake of the Ozarks Amateur Radio Club (LOARC)

 

Website:http://www.loarc.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/@hamloarc

 

Meetings:

  • Second Wednesday of the month on the second floor of the Mid County Fire Protection District Headquarters, located on Old Highway 5 in Camdenton at 7 PM.
  • Each Friday at 11:30 AM, an informal meeting is held at an area restaurant for two consecutive Fridays

Nets:

  • 2 Meters every Saturday Morning at 9:00 AM CT on 146.730 Mhz
  • 10 Meters every Tuesday evening at 9:00 PM CT on 28.410 Mhz USB
  • From November to April we hold a Snow Bird Net on 20 meters at 10:00 AM at 14.255 +/- a few MHz depending on how busy the band is.
  • Along with the two weekly nets LOARC also run The Camden County Emergency Net once a month. This net is held at 10:00 AM every 2nd Wednesday of the month on 146.73 Repeater. The alternate frequency is 146.58 Mhz if necessary. All hams are strongly encouraged to check in.

Repeaters

  • 2 Meters 146.730 Mhz (-600) No Tone located in Laurie.
  • 70cm 442.200 Mhz 100 (+5) located in Osage Beach (Under Construction)

Activities

  • Field Day
  • Eagle Day
  • Ham Testing

 


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73 de Curtis, K5CLM

 

 

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