31 Oct '16, 11am

Put That Amateur Radio License to Use on 915 MHz

Put That Amateur Radio License to Use on 915 MHz

Amateur radio enthusiasts in the US will be interested in Faraday , an open-source digital radio that runs on 915 MHz, which amateur radio enthusiasts may know better as the 33 cm band. You can transmit on 915 MHz without a license (in the US), taking advantage of the Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM ) exemption. This means that there’s commodity hardware available for sending and receiving, which is a plus. But you can’t do so with any real power unless you have an amateur radio license. And that’s what makes Faraday interesting — it makes it very easy to transmit and receive digital data, with decent power and range, if you’re licensed. The band is currently under-utilized, so go nuts! The hardware design and documentation is online, and so is the firmware . The founders of the project would like you to build out a big network of these devices, possibly meshing t...

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