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[aprssig] Using SSID's outside 0 to 15

Chris Moulding chrism at crosscountrywireless.net
Thu Mar 4 14:32:15 UTC 2010


Using a SSID of -63 sounds like a good idea. I've changed my igate to 
G4HYG-63 and it connects to the APRS-IS OK and appears on Xastir, 
APRSIS32 and UI-View.

Regarding 10m I'm sure that it would make an ideal propagation beacon 
net. All that's needed is a suitable frequency. What frequency do you 
suggest?

73,

Chris, G4HYG

Chris Moulding
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Randy Love wrote:
> Since that is the case, may I suggest that the SSID of -63 be
> designated the primary SSID for PSK63 stations? That should make it
> very easy to determine that they are on PSK63 whether via 30M or even
> 2m SSB for that matter.
>
> Has there been any thought to using this PSK63 version for making
> propagation networks for 10m or other HF bands? Seems perfectly suited
> to find early band opening due to the success of PSK63 as
> less-than-optimal propagation conditions. It would show exactly ( or
> to the nearest grid ) where your are seeing propagation from since GPS
> coords or grid square are used for location. Heck, you could even
> announce that your station is on the air and your current frequencies
> like on VHF/UHF with the D7x0 series radio. :)
>
> Randy
> WF5X
>
>   



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