Date: Mon, 14.04.08 14:59
WD> The need has arisen in our local scouting group to have some kind of
WD> transmitting devices to be handed-out to individual troups allowing
WD> them to be tracked while "in the field" to know where they are.
WD> Cell phones are a nono with our scouters but if they could carry some
WD> kind of beacon-device it would be a big help. Some time ago for a
WD> while they lost the where-abouts of some youngsters and they're
WD> finally seeing the point of embracing techn logy a bit.
WD> Does anyone have a clue here?
There are such things as 'personal radios' that operate in, at least US's
public radio bands...(no, they're not CB radios) At best, meaning
line-of-sight communications as they're in the UHF bands, range is about 2
WD> Obviously, it must be a system that can operate in Europe ...
WD> frequencies, power systems, ... the lot.
That would be Michiel's brain you would want to pick.
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Date: Tue, 15.04.08 11:22
Mv> I think this is not the right place to ask. Here you find guys who know
Mv> all about "theories". They can tell you about black holes and the Big
Mv> Bang. when it comes to practical things concerning radio, you will
Mv> probably have more luck in the HAM echo...
I will try there as well. Thank you for the suggestion.
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