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[aprssig] simple digipeater

Daron J. Wilson daron at wilson.org
Tue Aug 17 04:52:52 UTC 2004


Hello,

Are you guys just paralleling the WXTrax with the KPC3+?  We started
doing that a few months ago so that the Kenwood users could get a
weather packet that they could read when using a Peet weather station in
a stand alone environment.  At first we were going to mux them together
so that they couldn't walk on each other, but we found a problem doing
that with a simple diode setup.  Just curious how you guys are putting
them together.

Thanks,

N7HQR at OCRG.ORG

www.ocrg.org


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org
[mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]
> On Behalf Of Kurt O. Jauss
> Sent: Monday, August 16, 2004 9:36 PM
> To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [aprssig] simple digipeater
> 
> The local radio club has built, prepped and tested an APRS Digi to be
> placed on Sentinel Dome in the park soon. We have been waiting for the
> local Tech to install it. It is a 25 watt radio using a Wxtrack, KPC-3
> and PEET U800 weather station.
> 
> Christopher A. Kantarjiev wrote:
> 
> >Hi,
> >
> >I'm a new Technician and very interested in APRS. I spend a fair bit
of time
> in
> >an area (near Yosemite National Park) where the nearest digipeater is
about
> 40
> >air miles away. I'm interesting in building and deploying a simple,
low-
> power,
> >APRS digi...
> >
> >I've been looking at the PocketTracker and considering how that could
be the
> >right model - a receiver and transmitter that are focused on APRS,
rather
> than
> >using an HT. A Picpac or something similar is about the right
hardware for
> what
> >I have in mind.
> >
> >Is there something like this out there already? If not, are there
detailed
> >guidelines for how the software should work in such a digi? For my
purposes,
> a
> >simple RELAY will do, but it seems that implementing something like
this that
> >handles WIDE would make the project more generally useful.
> >
> >Thanks!
> >
> >KG6VYD chris
> >
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> 
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