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[aprssig] simple digipeater

Kurt O. Jauss kf6hjo at earthlink.net
Tue Aug 17 15:55:11 UTC 2004


We also tried the Diode thing and saw just as many errors as paralleling 
the TNC and Wxtrack on the radio transmit. The only way around this 
would have been  if the Wxtrack used the same Power up transmitter 
circuit that the Tinytrack used. We want to use the Wxtrack so those 
using a D-7 in Yosemite park can see deteriorating weather and get the 
heck off the mountain!
Daron J. Wilson wrote:

>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.
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>Thanks,
>
>N7HQR at OCRG.ORG
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>www.ocrg.org
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>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org
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>[mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]
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>>On Behalf Of Kurt O. Jauss
>>Sent: Monday, August 16, 2004 9:36 PM
>>To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
>>Subject: Re: [aprssig] simple digipeater
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>>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.
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>>Christopher A. Kantarjiev wrote:
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>>>Hi,
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>>>I'm a new Technician and very interested in APRS. I spend a fair bit
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>of time
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>>in
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>>>an area (near Yosemite National Park) where the nearest digipeater is
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>about
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>>40
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>>>air miles away. I'm interesting in building and deploying a simple,
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>low-
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>>power,
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>>>APRS digi...
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>>>I've been looking at the PocketTracker and considering how that could
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>be the
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>>>right model - a receiver and transmitter that are focused on APRS,
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>rather
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>>than
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>>>using an HT. A Picpac or something similar is about the right
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>hardware for
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>>what
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>>>I have in mind.
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>>>Is there something like this out there already? If not, are there
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>detailed
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>>>guidelines for how the software should work in such a digi? For my
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>purposes,
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>>a
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>>>simple RELAY will do, but it seems that implementing something like
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>this that
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>>>handles WIDE would make the project more generally useful.
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>>>Thanks!
>>>
>>>KG6VYD chris
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