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Repeater unit for handhelds.

Postby m0lsx » Thu Jan 07, 2016 1:30 pm

I just spotted this on ebay..
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the price of normal manufacturer of repeater is very high, so this new type repeater is just launched! The operation is very simple, it’s without power supply! And do not need to change any part of the radio. All you need is just two handheld radios, put the jack into the headset and the speaker mic (2.5mm&3.5mm) with this radio repeater box, it become a very practical small repeater!!


Cost is £14.99 including free delivery.
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Re: Repeater unit for handhelds.

Postby m0lsx » Thu Jan 07, 2016 1:34 pm

I have been having a play with a crossband handheld under a kite. But this would allow a emergency kite lifted repeater to be put in place, quickly, cheaply & easily, using a pair of light weight handies.
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Re: Repeater unit for handhelds.

Postby fuzzbutton » Thu Jan 07, 2016 8:07 pm

I've often wondered, do you have to stand there pulling on strings and actively flying the kite the whole time, or are there stable kites you can just tie to something and they'll fly themselves as long as the wind keeps up?
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Re: Repeater unit for handhelds.

Postby m0lsx » Thu Jan 07, 2016 9:11 pm

Stable kites. But nothing too big if it's wet, as a good sled kite can move a car on wet grass or mud.
I use sleds
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And I also have a6 foot wingspan Cody
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The Cody is named after Samuel Franklin (Colonel) Cody, not the cowboy Colonel Cody & not even a real Colonel. Cody was however American & he lived with the great grandmother of the BBC's John Simpson, as husband & wife, but the two never married.
The Cody kites were designed to lift men & used in part designs borrowed from the Wright Brothers Kittyhawk.

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The kites were routinely lifting men to over 2000 feet & often as high as 3000 feet.
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