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Mark Cheavens mcheavens at usa.net
Fri Jan 30 02:04:03 UTC 2009


And how many antenna's, feed line, radio's, TNC's and most 
importantly radio sites do YOU keep and maintain.

As the keeper of many such sites I can tell you I am NOT interested 
in keeping 3x the equipment running!

GOOD radio sites are limited and expensive. I have feed line and 
antenna restrictions on most of my sites.

"More" is not the solution! More efficient IS.

Mark
KC5EVE
At 07:40 PM 1/29/2009, you wrote:
>I honestly think that the future of aprs is to have a tracker, weather
>frequency, and a two way message net frequency.
>since most of the telemetry weather, taker's are on fixed freq radios, leave
>them on 144.390, since pretty much all two way message set ups use a tunable
>radio.
>make one freq one-way and one freq two way.
>it could work very well.
>and have a gateway server to pass messages between  the two.
>I love my trakers, and I love my pk-900,kpc3, pk88 and tiny2 mk II  and other
>tnc keyboard set up.
>i think we compromise.
>And have the best of both worlds.
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>Quoting aprssig-request at tapr.org:
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> >    1. Re: APRS legality (Robert Bruninga)
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