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[aprssig] New APRS

Ron Stordahl ron.stordahl at digikey.com
Sat Dec 10 17:41:24 UTC 2005


Fred

An approach I have found to be very quick and easy is to build your 
remote aprs digipeaters with MFJ1270B's or C's with the UIDIGI 
firmware.  All the information and software you need on this is on the 
UIDIGI Yahoo Group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/uidigi/

Then for your IGate consider UI-View32 (also free) with runs on Windows 
machines: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/uidigi/

You can get up and running very fast with this approach. 

73 Ron, N5IN

Fred Atkinson, WB4AEJ wrote:
> Greetings,
>
>     My name is Fred Atkinson.  My call is WB4AEJ.  I've been a ham for over
> thirty years.
>
>     I am working on a project to create an APRS node here in the Sylva, NC
> area.  Hoping to get information that will help our project along.
>
>     We have had three Kenwood two meter rigs donated to the University
> (Western Carolina University) which we can use for the project.  Haven't
> fired them up yet, but I hope to by sometime next week.  I've been told I
> can do some swapping to get the other things we need for this project.
>
>     Need to round up a Kantronics PK3+ with at least version 8.3 software,
> according to Stan (WA1LOU).  Any leads there?  It doesn't have to be new of
> course.  Just in good working condition.
>
>     We are looking into getting an Internet feed to the site so we can dump
> data to the findu.com server over the Internet.
>
>     Besides a two meter rig, TNC, power supply, and an antenna, what
> additional hardware would we need to be able to feed data over a high speed
> Internet connection?
>
>     If you have any useful links to this end, I'd be very, very grateful if
> you'd send them along.
>
>     Thanks for any information that you can provide.
>
>
>
>                                                                     Fred,
> WB4AEJ
>
>
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