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[aprssig] So. Cal. Local 9600 baud APRS Testing

Phillip B. Pacier ad6nh at arrl.net
Wed Dec 29 22:16:46 UTC 2004


Sorry, that's 431.500, NOT 441.500

431.500

73
Phil - AD6NH

Phillip B. Pacier wrote:

> For the next week or so, I will be operating a 9600 baud APRS gateway 
> on 441.500 in Southern California.  This is to test the functionality 
> of APRS at 9600 in the greater Los Angeles area.  The station will 
> operate with a callsign of AD6NH-1 and is located in northern Orange 
> County, CA, with a good view to the south and west.  See 
> http://uiview.info/find.cgi?call=ad6nh-1 for a map of the location.  
> The test is open to all who are able to hook a 9600 baud modem to 
> their APRS station, or all who use the Kenwood APRS compatable 
> radios.  I would like for both mobile and stationary users to 
> participate in the test, however my thought is that if this works well 
> enough, some fixed and weather stations might be able to move off the 
> 1200 baud channel.  Whatever we decide to do with it is irrelevant at 
> this point.  For the purpose of the test, all packets seen through 
> this station on UHF 9600 will be digipeated on the 1200 network and 
> gated to the internet.  I welcome all reports of success and failure!  
> Have fun!
>
> 73
> Phil Pacier - AD6NH
> http://www.aprsca.net
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