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[aprssig] TEMPn-N for Field Day

John Gleichweit smokeybehr at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jun 28 19:32:43 UTC 2006


I had the same results. I had the TEMP1-1, TEMP7-7 digi up on 145.01 at our
FD site, and didn't see anything for the 6 hours (1800-2400z) that I had it
up. I bounced it back over to 144.39, and had no problem watching everything
pop-up.

http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=w6a

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-----Original Message-----
From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org
[mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of Robbie, wa9inf
Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2006 11:56 AM
To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
Subject: Re: [aprssig] TEMPn-N for Field Day


Bob es group,

I set up a TEMP digipeater with my base station on 145.010, as well as
the TEMP1-1,TEMP7-7 demo APRS station at the North Shore Radio Club FD
site, as well my TMD-700 mobile TEMP1-1 Fill digi on 145.010..  There
were three stations plotted on my UI-View32 map. NS9RC FD, KE9LN
Palatine, IL FD, and my wa9inf-1 mobile! I exchanged a couple messages
with KE9LN.

Very poor demo, but great interest when I filled up the map on the
144.390 channel...

My observations led me to beleive that it wasn't the lack of interest in
APRS, it was more the competitive attitude towards CW and SSB contacts.
The general public was a lot more interested in the map displays, the
messageing cababilities I think than the CW idea. SSB also was more
interesting to the spectators... Especially the Emergency SAR,
assistance knowing where the "units" were and so forth got a lot of
attention... I also ran a couple power point shows when I got their
attention rather than just answering off the hip questions..

Robbie

Robert Bruninga wrote:

>Did anyone do this TEMPn-N thing for FD?
>I was on travel and missed FIeld Day completely and
>in this area, 10" of rain over the weekend pretty
>much put a damper on everything else...  Does anyone
>have anything to report on the TEMPn-N experiment?
>
>Bob
>
>
>>>>wa7nwp at jnos.org 06/22/06 12:00 PM >>>
>>>>
>>>>
>
>Is anybody at all thinking about setting up a TEMPn-N setup for
>Field Day?
>
>I was suggesting 144.99 but now I think that with the minimal
>use that we'd be better off trying 145.01 or 144.35 and using
>the existing digi's there.  Not completely kosher with the FD
>rules but I won't tell if nobody else does.
>
>73
>Bill - WA7NWP
>
>
>



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