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 Subject :M9, M2, M5 in Salt Lake County area.. 2015-02-21- 16:28:13 
wr7o
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What experience are you having with M9, M2, and M5 in the Salt Lake County area?


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 Subject :Re:M9, M2, M5 in Salt Lake County area.. 2015-03-14- 20:36:34 
KF7MCF
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Send me an email to KF7MCF@hotmail.com to get put on the news list, we just did a test from one of our Valley Hub sites today... We are using 2.4Ghz and 5.8Ghz links. We just went half way across the valley with a connection that sends two way streaming audio and video.


In our latest usage, (the Served Agency being the Boy Scouts for the Scouting for food Drive), we lit up 1/4 of the Salt Lake Valley (an area about 8 miles by 8 miles) with 13 nodes tying into a Valley Hub Site.  We used TeamTalk to send live streaming video and audio of what was happening from sites around the valley to the BSA Headquarters in Salt Lake City. 

You can read a report of the event on this site at:

HSMM-MESH Info/Usage Articles/Scouting for Food

David T. Bauman

KF7MCF

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 Subject :Re:M9, M2, M5 in Salt Lake County area.. 2015-04-24- 18:06:27 
N4FWD
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I read the article. Thank you for posting it. Just a quick question: What program was used for the propagation projections shown in the article?
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 Subject :Re:M9, M2, M5 in Salt Lake County area.. 2015-04-24- 18:31:30 
KF7MCF
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Its a free on line tool, time limited to 20 minutes and number of sites limited. Once you get the hang of it can be quite useful. http://wisp.heywhatsthat.com/
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 Subject :Re:M9, M2, M5 in Salt Lake County area.. 2015-05-03- 23:48:52 
kg7dgh
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We have a nanobridge m5 at provolt in Provo but we could try it at dc801 downtown. Nothing to point it at of course and almost no one else uses 5ghz.
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