The Pi-Star Zero Hotspot from BI7JTA is a digital MMDVM access point: D-Star, DMR, C4FM, P25, POCSAG and NXDN, for the amateur radio bands VHF 144-148Mhz and UHF 430-450Mhz and with internet connection via WIFI and Bluetooth integrated.
This hotspot is dual-band VHF-UHF, frequencies are limited on the amateur bands by the Pi-Star software and only one band (VHF or UHF) can be used at a time.
It is delivered, ready to use, assembled and tested before sending, with its USB power cable, an angled UHF antenna and the Pi-Star software installed on the 8 or 16 GB SD card provided.
Delivered assembled and tested: 1 PCB Zero HS hotspot MMDVM from BI7JTA, 1 black aluminum box, 4PIN cable for Nextion LCD screen, 1 Raspberry Pi Zero W with heatsink, 1 USB power cable, 1 OLED screen 2.4cm, 1 433 Mhz antenna and a 16GB mini SD card with mounted Pi-Star image.
Other MMDVM hotspot available, with RJ45 connection: Nano HotSpot Pi-Star
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The programming of this hotspot is to be carried out by the user according to the digital network used. Passion Radio does not provide programming support, you must contact the administrator of the network used in the event of a problem with connections to their network.
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