[aprssig] APRN status?
scott at opentrac.org
Fri Mar 26 18:33:20 CDT 2010
Is there any standard frequency for APRN? What would be a good one for
If there's nothing else going on there, I'd be inclined to use 144.99
since that's what my alternate APRS IGate receiver will be listening to
anyway. I suspect there might be more activity down in the LA area, though.
kb2scs at optonline.net wrote:
> Hi Bob
> Many years ago when you first came out with the APRN idea
> I made the software.
> You can down load the APRN software from
> The software is old. It could use some updating.
> Maybe if I find there is interest in it I will update it to make it
> more up to date.
> This is the software that Stephen wa8lmf uses.
> On 26 Mar 2010 at 15:52, Robert Bruninga wrote:
>> I don't know if anyone ever built and shared an APRN site. I
>> still think the concept is dynomyte. http://aprs.org/aprn.html
>> Idea was to TAG SSTV images (could be JPEG or anything that can
>> be easily transmitted over ham radio to an APRN web site). The
>> whole idea is to have an RF and electronic means to TAG where
>> the photo was tken, by whom, and some text. A perfect packet
>> Then anyone anywhere at any time could go to the APRN web page
>> and see the picture within seconds of it having been taken.
>> The original concept was for the Kenwood handheld SSTV camera
>> that could transmit images over ANY FM radio to the APRN site.
>> Again, don't think anyone did it. (We did it manually during
>> football runs, but after a few years it was a lot of work)...
>> Bob, WB4APR
> Let us hope we never witness the "Silence Of The Hams"
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