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[aprssig] GO-32 APRS Receiving tests.

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Tue Oct 9 19:52:51 UTC 2007


> can't you set the 700 to receive on 9600/70cm  
> and transmit on  1200/2m ?????

No.  Only one that can do that to my knolwedge is the Kantronics
KPC-9612+ TNC.

Bob

> 
> On Oct 8, 2007, at 10:48 PM, Bob Bruninga wrote:
> 
> >>> So if you have a D700 parked in the open sky
> >>> between 8 to 12 AM and PM local time and can
> >>> set it for 9600 APRS, then let us know
> >>> what you pick up.
> >>
> >> That might be a good use for the cross band,
> >> receive on UHF, retransmit on 144.39 setup
> >
> > No, because he number of packets coming down from GO-32 are 
> several  
> > hundred, whereas only a handful are from APRS users...
Hummh...  
> > but only the APRS users would have a second hop!
> >
> > Neat, that might work!
> >
> > Oh, but then who is lsiteing for 9600 baud on 144.39...
shcuks.
> >
> > Bob
> >
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