[aprssig] APRS QSO frequency

Ken H> sailingtoo at gmail.com
Sun Sep 30 09:36:09 CDT 2007

On 9/29/07, Bob Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
> > I didn't actually know it was a D710 until I read back to
> > some older messages and came across the one from you that
> > mentioned that the D710 can include the B frequency in the
> > beacon comment. Nice feature!
> Yes, it will be really nice when there are enough people putting their true-real-time operating frquency in their position reports so that people will actually begin to trust that if you call the person on their "position report published frequency" that they will actually be there!
> Anyway, APRS is grass roots.  We need everyone to monitor their local DIGI.  If after 10 minutes, there is not a local FREQ object on their map, then they should contact their local DIGI sysop and ask him to add it.
> Oh, and when you see a mobile with his frequency in his beacon, then call him and say hi!
As I understand from reading your webpage, the PL100 tone is not
digi'd?   So ANYTIME I hear the packet, that means someone with PL100
is within simplex range?

I think this voice alert is GREAT - only problem, the W4IAX-7 repeater
doesn't respond to packets that have PL100 tone attached.  I can ride
from Fairhope, AL over to Theredore, AL with path of WIDE1-1,WIDE2-2
with PL100 tone and KI4ELU-7 will digi me nicely up to about I-10,
then it's VERY hit or miss with the packets.  W4IAX-7 will very seldom
pick up my packet.

"IF" I will use the same path but leave the tone off, (no tone) then
W4IAX-7 will digi me nicely and I've got a good track all the way.
Next weekend I'll be on a trip toward Tupelo, MS and we will see how
well I get digi'd up that way with PL100 on.

73 all and keep up the good work - I am learning a LOT from just
monitoring this group.

Ken H> K9FV-1

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