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[aprssig] Satgate settings.

Andrew Rich vk4tec at people.net.au
Sun Dec 23 02:49:35 UTC 2007


Correction - ao51 is 9k6


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Andrew Rich VK4TEC
vk4tec at people.net.au
http://www.tech-software.net


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  From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org
[mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of Andrew Rich
  Sent: Sunday, 23 December 2007 12:06 PM
  To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
  Subject: RE: [aprssig] Satgate settings.


  I now have a radio and TNC set up for I-gate.

  > Cool 145.825 Mhz for ISS etc

   But when I realized my TNC won't run at 9600 I scrapped that idea.

  > Use your sound card, and there are still more sats on 1200 baud eg FCAL
and GENESAT and AO-51

   Plus, I have been listening on 435.325 and have not heard a peep.

  > Wrong frequency - 435.230 then 435.225

   Two strikes against GO-32.

  > Not yet

   I have successfully captured packets from ISS.

  > Easy

   But I am looking for suggestions on which sat to gate.

  > Play sats, much more fun. Heard AO-16, GO-32, GENESAT, NO-44 ISS,
FCAL,AO-51


  Next question. I am hooked to a server, aprsfl.net:10152 specifically and
UI-view says that packets are being routed to the net but I don't think they
are actually getting where they need to be because I don't see them showing
up on the net as though I gated them.

  > Not all packets are let free to the wider net

   I don't want to cause problems so I need to know, which server(s) should
I hook to if I want a satgate, and what should my settings be on UI-view?

  > There are no settings expect exclusions.

  BTW, my location is in the 45N 112W area, I would not even be opposed to
gating other satellites, as long as they are not running 9600 baud.

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