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[aprssig] Re: 80 meter aprs

Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Sat Jul 28 16:36:55 UTC 2007


I think that's part of the reason PSK31 is attractive.  Not sure how 
many APRS programs out there will handle it, though.  The OpenTracker 
will beacon PSK31... I guess it's time to port that code to the 
OpenTracker+.

Scott
N1VG

Arte Booten wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> Byron wrote:
> 
>> I am getting ready to put a qrp station on the air from my truck.
> 
>      Considering the bandwidth of HF packet, would a QRP rig have
> sufficient frequency stability?  Years ago there was a thread here on
> APRSSIG that ruled out (among others) the TenTec 555 Scout for just
> that reason.  73
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