|Description||Ham radio at its finest!|
|Activities|| Demonstrations of Amateur Radio communication and possibly some contesting.
|Badge, Electronics, Open Source Software, Radio, Raspberry Pi|
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|Dominic Cleal||Contesting equipment|
|Marrold (2E0SIP)|| Hopefully a DMR and Analogue Gateway, bridged together.
A tent Good times
|Paul Gibson MØTZO||Fri Aug 31 0:00||Sun Sep 2 0:00|
|Paul Lettingon M0PLL||Fri Aug 31 0:00||Sun Sep 2 0:00||APRS digipeater|
|Peter Barnes M0SWN||VHF Station, SDR Dongles|
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Back for our third EMFCamp, the EMFHams Amateur Radio village will hopefully be bringing along a big mast to talk to the world, a special event callsign, some satellite gear, an APRS digipeater/igate and a voice repeater - all of which will be available for demonstration. Come along and see what we do.
EMF Hub - an Amateur Radio 'Bridge'
We intend to have an Analogue FM and DMR 'Gateway' on site. These will be bridged together, allowing analogue and DMR users to communicate. The gateways will also be linked to various RF and RoIP based networks, allowing amateurs around the world to connect the onsite gateways and chat with attendees.
The system is already live and accepting connections from the various networks, so attendees can get to know each other and start planning for EMF 2018. Please note, the system is still being tested, so there may be the occasional blip.
We are looking for volunteers familiar with web design and programming to create some 'cool stuff'. Get in touch!
Bringing your own hotspot or gateway
Since the last EMF Camp, digital and analogue hotspot usage has exploded. We're expecting there will be several on site, so we must coordinate on Frequencies and Colour Codes to ensure we don't interfere with each other, or even worse, create a network loop.
If you plan on bringing a hotspot, please add your name and or call sign to the table below so we can coordinate closer to the time.
|Name||Callsign||Device||Intended Modes||Access Control Support|
The established convention in the UK is to use the following frequencies with Colour Code 1, Slot 2 and Talk Group 9 for "general" communications, however it's still possible to make calls to other groups and also private calls.
I propose we maintain a list of users and DMR IDs and produce an EMF Code Plug closer to the time. This will enable users to private calls on site:
|Name||Call Sign||DMR ID|