Learn about the South Wiltshire Raynet
Today in the Last Wire Podcast, we’re joined with Tom, (M7GMZ). Who’s part of the South Wiltshire Raynet in the United Kingdom. His group is part of a volunteer communication service provided by licensed radio amateur operators. Raynet was formed in 1953, following the severe East coast floods to provide a way of organizing the viable resource that amateur radio is able to provide to the community. RAYNET is the UK’s National Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Organisation Its name is made up of The RA(Y)dio Amateurs’ Emergency NETwork.
Tom, (M7GMZ). Who’s part of the South Wiltshire Raynet in the United Kingdom.
One Reply to “Learn about the South Wiltshire Raynet”
Watched your video and found it very interesting especially the part about the Mesh network. I would like to set a system up in Jersey, Channel Islands but need to find out a lot more about it first. Perhaps you could point me in the right direction regards hardware and software please. I need all the help I can get. We just got two DMR Hytera 985 repeaters working with Brandmeister one VHF the other UHF. GB3GJ TG 235701 and GB7GJ.
Peter Bertram GJ8PVL
Jersey RAYNET Controller.