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 +====== Radio ======
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 Radios are everywhere - broadcasting terrible music on 99.5MHz, delivering pictures of kittens on WiFi, saving lives on marine VHF, mobile phones and more. The ubiquity makes it a fun target for hackers of all varieties - sending serial over unlicensed bands to malicious individuals intercepting GSM communications. Radios are everywhere - broadcasting terrible music on 99.5MHz, delivering pictures of kittens on WiFi, saving lives on marine VHF, mobile phones and more. The ubiquity makes it a fun target for hackers of all varieties - sending serial over unlicensed bands to malicious individuals intercepting GSM communications.
  
 I intend to get the Space somewhat kitted out for radio communications and get a bit of a relationship going with the local amateur radio society. The current short term goal is a pop-up VHF/UHF antenna array for tracking and communicating with satellites in fields and other cool stuff. I intend to get the Space somewhat kitted out for radio communications and get a bit of a relationship going with the local amateur radio society. The current short term goal is a pop-up VHF/UHF antenna array for tracking and communicating with satellites in fields and other cool stuff.
  
 +The Hackerspace sits at IO87we
  
-====== Licensed Radio Amateurs =====+===== Licensed Radio Amateurs =====
  
 Amateur radios are license restricted, and as such if you don't have a government-issued nerd certificate (Amateur Radio License) you could get yourself (and the owner of the radio) into lots of trouble if you try to talk through them. Here is a list of licensed radio amateurs in the space: Amateur radios are license restricted, and as such if you don't have a government-issued nerd certificate (Amateur Radio License) you could get yourself (and the owner of the radio) into lots of trouble if you try to talk through them. Here is a list of licensed radio amateurs in the space:
  
-{{#ask:  [[amateur_radio_callsign_]] +TODO!
-| ?Amateur Radio Callsign +
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-Do not try to edit this list directly, please add your callsign to your User page.+===== List of Related Tools =====
  
 +{{topic>tools +radio +resources&desc&nodate&table&nouser}}
  
-====== List of Projects ====== 
  
 +===== List of Projects =====
  
-{{#ask:  [[theme_radio]]  +{{topic>radio +project&nodate&table&nouser&desc}}
-| ?Description#+
-| ?ProjectStatus = Status +
-| ?People +
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-To add your radio project, use [[form_project|this form]]. Do not try to edit this list directly.+===== List of Workshops =====
  
 +{{topic>workshop +radio&table&desc&nodate&nouser}}
  
-====== Related Links ======+===== List of Articles ===== 
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 +===== Related Links =====
  
  
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 +{{tag>resources list todo}}
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