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01/22/19 Mtg - How to Make a Simplex Repeater

6pm - Pre-meeting "dutch treat" meal is at Burrito Brothers restaurant in Asheboro.

7pm - Meeting held at LnR Precision at 1954 N. Fayetteville Street, Asheboro. Meeting is open to ANYONE interested in amateur radio.

Meeting Business: Fate of the Weekly Net, Finances, Old Business (if any), New Business (if any), News from Club Members.

Meeting Program: How to Make a Simplex Repeater - Presentation by Byron Boggs,KC8UE .

"There are times, such as a disaster response or a public service events, where simplex is the most reliable means of communication. Simplex has a limited range, and requires messages being relayed. This low power simplex repeater was constructed to hopefully improve the reliability of simplex communications in these situations. This unit is equipped with a 12 volt battery and a small solar panel to maintain reliable communications over an extended time period."

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