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Network “radios” and zello

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I am trying to learn more about network “radios” like inrico, sanheix, sure etc. is there a thread/forum on RR for this? My apologies if this post is misplaced but i don’t see much talk of this on RR despite some Hams getting into this aspect of Two way Ptt communication. Hopefully I can be pointed in the right direction on the site.

Thank you in advance.
 
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krokus

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I am trying to learn more about network “radios” like inrico, sanheix, sure etc. is there a thread/forum on RR for this? My apologies if this post is misplaced but i don’t see much talk of this on RR despite some Hams getting into this aspect of Two way Ptt communication. Hopefully I can be pointed in the right direction on the site.

Thank you in advance.
Which aspects are you wanting more information on?
 

t9590th

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I just recently started playing with ROIP and zello specifically. I purchased 3 mobile AnySECU radios which myself and 2 of my sons are using as well as zello on their phones. I have built a cheap gateway for a UHF simplex business frequency to be patched onto a zello talk group. All is working great! A fiend of mine in Tampa, FL bought two radios for he and his wife as well. Feel free to reach out to me if you have more questions.
 

t9590th

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I just recently started playing with ROIP and zello specifically. I purchased 3 mobile AnySECU radios which myself and 2 of my sons are using as well as zello on their phones. I have built a cheap gateway for a UHF simplex business frequency to be patched onto a zello talk group. All is working great! A fiend of mine in Tampa, FL bought two radios for he and his wife as well. Feel free to reach out to me if you have more questions.
At a business I manage, we are using UHF simplex channels on the business property and connecting them with zello for LTE communication offsite. The radio to laptop is working “okay” it is a work in progress. Recently we purchased the Baeofeng desktop radios which run on 110v power and they seem to be better, plus having dedicated power is always a good thing.
 
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