LB: if you want to try this, take care to do research first to find out what frequencies are allowed in *your* country (they are different!) and whether any local/wide area networks remain in use - in UK VHF pagers are still a live network used by the Emergency Services and for other organisations for business critical alerts, its best not to transmit on VHF (but there are UHF frequencies available which are licence exempt at low power and licences are cheap for even higher power TXs)


I tried doing some research but then again, this has just a few meters range. I suppose it won't be a problem.

And it was a one time experience. Not like I will be using this on a daily basis.

But thanks for the heads up.

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