The RRF is the Network of Francophone Repeaters. Like a "Super-Relay", it connects different access points and repeaters all around the globe. To access the network, all you need is an FM transceiver. They used a very efficient codec "OPUS" which make the communications via the Internet sounds exactly a local FM station. They built a nice dashboard web page and a lot of software to manage the network and control any interference efficiently. If you are looking for a project for your club or group, this is base on an open-source platform that can be replicated. This is a good way to increase local analog repeater activities with a low-cost access for users compared to digital mode as all radios support FM. Please subscribe and follow us as this subject will be a video series convering every details.
The RRF dashboard
RRF French documentation and information about the Spotnik hotspot
DXTracker shown in the video from Armel Fauveau F4HWN, see the link below
Base on SVXlink
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