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[aprssig] AT Trrail Event this Sunday noon to 4 PM

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Fri Jul 24 21:20:38 UTC 2009


Even if you are not close to the Appalachian trail, you might be
able to see glimpses of the AT trail event via 2 mechanisms:

1) AT stations were invited to also operate a station under the
same call (SSID=0) on 144.39 for coordination.  See calls on
www.aprs.org/at-golden-packet.html

2) These 144.39 AT stations were encouraged to use the CQSRVR,
CQ AT CQ AT ... For group communicaitons.  Anyone else can logon
to CQSRVR with CQ AT MONITORING... And capture this traffic.

> -----Original Message-----
> Sent: Thursday, July 23, 2009 3:44 PM
> Subject: [aprssig] AT Trrail Event this Sunday noon to 4 PM
> 
> Anyone that lives within about 100 miles 
> of the Appalachian Trail is welcome to tune 
> in our attempt at the Golden Packets
> along the AT Sunday Noon to 4 Pm on 144.34 MHz.
> 
> Unless you are Portable somewhere outdoors, 
> Please do not transmit until 3 PM.  Hikers 
> can transmit at 2 PM.  See the plan
> on www.aprs.org/at-golden-packet.html
> 
> If you are a base station, please capture a 
> log file of any packets you hear on 144.34.  
> You should  be able to see how the
> network is working by observing the HOPn-N 
> packets that you receive and comparing "N's" 
> with the station numbers.
> 
> Monitor COORDINATION communications by logging 
> onto the CQSRVR anywhere in the USA on your 
> APRS channel.  Participants will logon with 
> CQ AT CQ AT ...  But monitoring stations may 
> logon with CQ AT MONITORING...  That way we can 
> see the difference.
> See: www.aprs.org/cqsrvr.html
> 
> APRS Outdoors... I love it.
> Bob, Wb4APR




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