Monthly Archives: October 2016

Scheme for Radio Broadcast in the Backpack

In the below diagram is the essential scheme for broadcasting from a radio station.   Based on our experience, a 6Km broadcast range is enough in the Indonesian context. Hence we can limit the power needed and the energy carried (Battery) The Backpack Radio Station consist in: a 15 watt FM transmitter for the radio […]

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Dialog to Capture Small Details

First prototype for the Backpack: To keep things simple we need a long dialogue about the little things and details. We are trying to fit all the equipment in the most practical way keeping a good comfort. We still need to improve some details but it’s been really fun to discuss about it!  

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From Sketch To Prototype

There are three important part in making the backpack radio station. The first part deals with the tools to radio broadcast and other communications devices. The second relates to the application that will be used in the radio device. The third relates to the design and manufacturing of it in order to fit hardware and software. […]

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Speak Up in The Radio and Save The Life

Backpack Radio Station is good on the frontier, rural, and isolated areas where no well developed infrastructures or ICT exist. Places without well diffused disaster education due to language barriers, cultural differences, location / isolation, and lack of access to resources. The best ways of reducing/ preventing disaster are: 1: To anticipate potential disasters. Plan and execute an […]

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