Repeater stations installed on high altitudes allow clear communication at great distances, what is not always possible with portable or mobiles radio transceivers in simplex operation. All you need is two radio equipments and the Elektra 2000VZ controller for building an efficient and full feature repeater station which before could only be achieved with high cost controllers. The Elektra 2000VZ is already...
Controll any device from anywhere in the world. You can call it by land line, cellular phone, radio transceiver or even through Internet using a RS232 PC port. Cames with three outlets to switch any electric device.
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Price: $134 USD
The FR-RFM-1 module is a complete 2.4GHz transceiver module with on board antenna. These modules are great for building many wireless applications: remote control, home automation, key fob and more
• Built In Antenna
• Powered by CR2032 battery (battery is not included) or 1.9 to 3.6VDC
•Low power mode
The Remoterig RRC-1258MkIIs Elecraft K3 Twin is a package for the Elecraft K3 Twin concept which is a high end concept for the serious ham who do not accept any compromise even when remote controlling his station.
The Concept is developed in cooperation with Elecraft which have implented a special protocol to communicate with/over the Remoterig system. The cooperation...
The Yaesu Twin concept is a high end concept for the serious ham who do not accept any compromise even when remote controlling his station. It was initially developed for controlling OH8X Radio Arcala which is one of the most impressive stations in the World.
The concept is simple at the same time as it is extremely powerful. You use one Yaesu radio to control the other, and you can control every...
New remote control system for your home, facility, amateur radio station and etc...
Грубо говоря, находясь вне дома (в любой точке планеты, где есть доступ во всемирную сеть), вы можете через Интернет / GSM контролировать практически все в вашем доме. Начиная...
The system was originally developed with the aim to remotely control the Icom IC-706 (and later the kenwood TS-480) over the internet. These radios have detatchable control panels and the idea was to extend the cord between the radio and the panel using TCP/IP (Internet).
Another 'must' was to get rid of the PC, especially at the far (radio) end. No more hassle with soundcards, Skype or other PC-software....