[aprssig] 6m and or 9600 bps

Bill Vodall wa7nwp at gmail.com
Sun Apr 15 20:20:32 CDT 2012

Hi Kris,

9600 baud - We use that on UHF and VHF here in the pacific northwest.
 It would be good for a backbone but it's not needed for 'legacy APRS'
as it overwhelms the user in the equation.  Also it doesn't let the
trackers get off the main channel and they're the ones that really
should be off the main channel...

6 meters - 50.62 is the default packet frequency and with so little
other packet use it's seen some APRS activity..   Again this is on the
wishlist here in the PNW.


On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 5:21 PM, Kris  wrote:
> I'm interested in hearing from folks who have an interest in either or
> both. The (yahoo)groups I've found don't seem to be active.
> I'm also looking for frequencies which are already in use in other parts
> of the country.

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