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[aprssig] FW: PBH Flight 9 - KC2TUA-8 Heading Towards Azores and UK

Chris Moulding chrism at crosscountrywireless.net
Mon Apr 20 22:46:00 UTC 2009


Bob,

I've set my mobile digipeater station G4HYG-9 to listen on 144.390 MHz 
and transmit on 144.800 MHz so that any packets received get transmitted 
to the local igate MB7UBN.

Very entertaining trying to re-program an FT-8100R in the dark on a new 
step size with a split frequency!

I'm in north west England with a good path to the south west so with any 
luck...

73,

Chris, G4HYG

Chris Moulding
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Robert Bruninga wrote:
> Europeans in the Azores and UK:
>
> Please listen on 144.39 for this balloon headed your way!  Its
> also beaconing in CW on 10.146.93 .  Any reception reports
> please.
>
> FINDU last heard it about 0100z, but as of now (about 2100z) it
> can still be heard on HF!
> Bob, WB4APR
>  
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: PBH Flight 9 - KC2TUA-8 Heading Towards Azores and UK
>
> Our launch of PBH Flight 9 to attempt the world record for
> duration has been successful (please see www.twitter.com/pbh3
> for more information). Our balloon is still flying and on track
> to pass over the Azores and into the UK, assuming that our
> battery lasts and the balloon survives another night without
> splashing down. Do you know what are the VHF frequencies for
> APRS in the Azores and UK? If we make it to the Azores or Europe
> we would like attempt to track the balloon. Our Big Red Bee
> transmitter is tuned to 144.390MHz, so if European frequencies
> for APRS are different than those in the USA, could we ask a
> fellow ham in Europe to change his APRS base station to
> 144.390MHz in order to facilitate our entry into the APRS-IS? 
>
> Thanks so much for creating APRS! Our situational awareness
> would not have been nearly as good as it was without it.
>
> Tom Triebwasser 
> Systems Engineer 
> Lockheed Martin Systems Integration - Owego 
> 1801 State Route 17C M/D 0306
> thomas.triebwasser at lmco.com
>
>  
>
>
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