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[aprssig] APRS HF Net

Dave Baxter Dave at emv.co.uk
Wed Jun 4 13:04:11 UTC 2008

PLEASE (sorry to shout!) avoid the 14.100 area +- 100Hz at least (Dial
freq') as this is internationaly alocated to the IBP, and is a valuable
monitor of propogation.
As earlier, your carier may be "suppressed", but even QRP levels, and
especialy unwanted "noise sidebands" can be heard for long distances...
See the site at  http://www.ncdxf.org/beacons.html  for more info, in
particular the frequencies and schedules.
Dave G0WBX

http://g8kbv.homeip.net:8008/ shows what I can hear (updates every hour)


	From: g0jxn.jim [mailto:g0jxn.jim at ntlworld.com] 
	Sent: 03 June 2008 13:14
	Subject: [aprssig] APRS HF Net
	John said:-

	>So I'm assuming that the dial freq is 14.103 LSB and the tones
go out 
	>1600/1800 Hz lower, correct?
	>I'll be listening
	Hi Guys
	John, re the proposed frequency for a APRS HF Net (Primarily for
message exchanges), I have aired the proposal on several groups and have
received various advice on the choice of frequency. At the moment
14.100,200 (Dial for KAM tones & LSB) looks favourite. I am QRV at the
moment to see if there is any reaction or QRM. I will advise the Group
in due course.
	Jim, G0JXN  

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