Category Archives: ham

Es’hail-2: Hams Get Their First Geosynchronous Repeater

In the radio business, getting the high ground is key to covering as much territory from as few installations as possible. Anything that has a high profile, from a big municipal water tank to a roadside billboard to a remote hilltop, will likely be bristling with antennas, and different services …read more

Continue reading

Posted in amateur radio, AMSAT, DATV, Engineering, geosynchronous, Hackaday Columns, ham, Hams in Space, OSCAR, Qatar, QO-100, repeater, satellite, space, transponder, wireless hacks | Leave a comment