Difference between revisions of "Amateur Radio Antennas"
Latest revision as of 22:34, 4 February 2020
This page contains thoughts about what we should do in 2020 for antennas in the EMF Hams amateur radio village. In 2018 we struggled with the mixture of a noisy site and being in a valley so operations were largely confined to the site itself, or needed us to walk up the hill!
We'd like to set up a remote controlled radio and antenna at the cottage on the west of the site (approx map) rather than at the village itself.
This would need permission for:
- A vertical HF antenna for a couple of bands (e.g. 20/40m), needs a fairly flat 5-10m clearing
- Space for a rig and RPi in a dry location with power and network
If space allows then perhaps also room for a small wideband antenna to run a WebSDR server - perhaps others around camp will find this useful?
- hamlib + rigctld for remote control running on a RPi, run it over SSH for auth
- grig client, fldigi etc to control the rig
- Stream audio over the network - via pulseaudio, SIP or something
- Perhaps make a live broadcast available through SIP to the phone network so people can listen in