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[aprssig] 9600? Faster?

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Thu Jul 7 14:28:30 UTC 2005


Yes, and so if we can get the ECHO satellite to
enable digipeating, then anyone with a D700
who is mobile in a terrestrially dead area, will
have about 6 chances a day to get digipeated
by the satelilte.  But it only operates at 9600
baud, hence, only the D700 is ready-to-go
as-is for that kind of mobile operation..  Bob

>>> ramirault at erols.com 07/07/05 9:46 AM >>>
Maybe I'm mistaken .. but I think he was talking about doing 'regular' APRS 
at 9600 ... and MOBILE 9600 APRS to boot (digipeaters, I-gates, etc)

Richard Amirault              N1JDU
Boston, MA, USA          Go Fly A Kite
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robert Bruninga"
Subject: Re: [aprssig] 9600? Faster?


>>> needhame1 at plateautel.net 07/07/05 1:24 AM >>>
>In the next month or two, I'm going to buy a
>TNC and a radio for mobile APRS.
>Is anybody anywhere doing APRS at 9600 or faster?

Im trying to get the ECHO satellite to enable APRS
digipeating and it operates at 9600 baud, perfect for
the D700.  Bob

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