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[aprssig] APRS Field Events (Scouts)

Brian Riley brianbr at mac.com
Sat Oct 22 00:21:48 UTC 2005


OK. Ther radio Amateurs of Northern Vermmont are doing a ham radio  
demos for a District (Addison and Chittenden Counties) Camporee at  
Branbury State Park in the Brandon Vermont area on Saturday 22  
October. We will be on 80-10 band conditions permitting and on APRS  
with my D700. We will use the club callsign, W1NVT. We will post  
periodic messages to SCOUTS as per this discussion. Looking forward  
to any messages and may be can setup a voice sked. TNX



cheers ... 73 de brian  riley,  n1bq , underhill center, vermont
   <n1bq at wulfden.org>



On Oct 21, 2005, at 6:33 PM, Robert Bruninga wrote:

> I just asked FINDU and there are over 115
> Scout APRS Symbols in the system.  Interesting
> thing is only 9 are in the Americas and 5 of those
> were in Canada.  Not sure what is going on..  Bob
>
>
>>>> bruninga at usna.edu 10/19/05 10:24 AM >>>
>>>>
> OK, its there!  National Generic Callsigns for Groups
> and Special events is in place on FINDU.COM and
> I have added a note about it on my main APRS page:
>
> http://www.ew.usna.edu/~bruninga/aprs.html
>
> Scouts, JOTA, IOTA, SCR and all manner of ham
> radio activities can now all find each other on
> APRS using this technique.  Lets get the word out
> to those special intrest groups and get them to
> use it.  This will let you set up your briefcase
> APRS station and contact other stations during
> your event... anywhere
>
> Bob
>
>
>>>> bruninga at usna.edu 10/18/05 6:46 PM >>>
>>>>
>> ..this exists... messages to SCOUTS, will appear on
>> http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/msg.cgi?call=scouts
>> Steve K4HG
>>
>
> Wow, perfect.  Maybe you could add one thing for
> when it really gets popular:  add a button that
> says "Click here for unique calls".  This way an optional
> list is just one call per line so the list is concise instead
> of 2 to 4 times as long due to multiple messages.
> Then I think its DONE and there is nothing to manage!
> Great work!  Thanks,  Bob
>





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