As of last weekend, the Wireless Institute of Australia Database is included, with permission, into the database backing Repeater-START app. This improves the listing with hundreds of repeaters local to Australia brought in from their listing.Continue reading “Hearham.live repeater listing now includes Australian database”
Pi-start is a way to make a MMDVM (available from Newegg and other retailers) a DMR digital repeater node to talk with digital radio. If you have a Raspberry Pi, sd and reader, and a computer, you can set it up…Continue reading “Pi-Star MMDVM Setup and Setting Up Callsign listener with Hearham.live”
The Radioddity is a fairly popular affordable amateur radio, and a good entry level way to get into DMR radio. (You may use this referral code for a discount)Continue reading “Review: Radioddity GD77 DMR Radio”
Budgie Desktop is an interesting Linux distro which you can see is the base of Linux in the Ham Shack, downloadable here.Continue reading “Review: Linux in the Ham Shack Linux”
In the past weeks, I have noticed hearham.com repeater listing gets many requests from Android devices. Furthermore, many ham radio people already have an Android phone and are still waiting on their Librem Phone to ship. So I started an Android port of the Linux open-data repeater app, Repeater-START.Continue reading “Announcing Repeater-START Amateur radio app for Android”
What3words is an interesting alternative to sharing around long latitude/longitude numbers, instead share just a few words!
The first step to integrating the api is signing up for a free API key. Then require the library using composer – in the main project folder run:Continue reading “What3Words API in Laravel: Integrating geolocation finder in your web app”