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[aprssig] Re: D-STAR video on YouTube

Stephen H. Smith wa8lmf2 at aol.com
Tue Oct 2 00:34:02 UTC 2007


Chris Rose wrote:
> Hi,
> APRS doesn't have to be run on national 144.39 mhz
> frequency for a local event where you want APRS but
> don't want all other APRS stations in the country
> filling bandwitdh and rf at your event.  Use any other
> frequency you want in cooperation with coordinated
> data channels in your area.  By the way, do the D
> Stars have to deal with this issue or are you allowed
> to transmit data and voice on the same frequency as
> analog voice is used?
>
> Chris 
> KB8UIH
>   
>   

If you want digital voice and analog voice on the same repeater channel, 
the repeater system has to be TWO complete repeaters in parallel (one 
digital and one analog) at  the repeater site, with combiners or 
multiple antennas. 



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