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[aprssig] Re : 30M APRS

Leszek Adamiak F4ARO f4aro at yahoo.fr
Sat Dec 5 11:36:11 UTC 2009

Hi all players
F1ZPL is a DSTAR repeater in VHF in Paris
It's not active in 30m APRS.
 Vy 73 de F4ARO

De : Chris Moulding <chrism at crosscountrywireless.net>
À : TAPR APRS Mailing List <aprssig at tapr.org>
Envoyé le : Ven 4 Décembre 2009, 9 h 21 min 43 s
Objet : Re: [aprssig] 30M APRS

There's plenty of 30m APRS activity in Europe.

Looking at the map this morning:


My standing noise level is S6 in a suburban environment. I agree with the comments on the sunspot activity. Any increase and the signal levels rise out of the noise.


Chris, G4HYG

Chris Moulding
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Ray Wells wrote:
> I know I'm in a different part of the world but I'm seeing 30m aprs activity.
> A few days ago, apart from the usual collection of VK and ZL stations, there were
> 4 x EB stations
> 1 x US station, and
> 1 x VE station.
> There's two US stations I see with considerable regularity but I can't for the life of me recall the callsigns.
> In view of Stephen's comment about high noise levels, I should say that standing noise here on 30m (in my rural location about 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean) is usually S0. My dipole, up around 45', favours America, as the opposite direction to VK5.
> Ray vk2tv
> Matthew Stennett wrote:
>> I am not hearing anything of an APRS nature on HF.
>>  I HAVE received a Node signal on 10.145MHz.
>>  Is anyone still ON HF APRS?
>>  Matt
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