[aprssig] Few days from the largest amateur radio event...

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Wed Jun 20 10:19:59 CDT 2012

I searched for this when I put my club's object up, but I can't find the 
most recent e-mail list posting that I used.  However a few minutes on 
Google gives:




And just in case you own a Prius:


Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

PS.  I don't believe there's any centralized object standards, but that 
sure would be a good thing to do.  Especially after final testing is 
complete on the broadest-compatibility frequency spec standards.  I can 
see the following recommendations coming together eventually:

Field Day (FD-xxxxxx)
HamFest (This one is out there somewhere)
Repeaters (Local Information Initiative)
EchoLink (EL-nnnnnn)
IRLP (IRLP-nnnn)
AllStar - New kid on the block

And in a perfect world, each of these objects would be tunable by 
containing frequency, offset, tone, and range specifications in addition 
to textual information....

On 6/20/2012 10:56 AM, E.J. Caylor wrote:
> Where was this suggested presented?  Just curious, as I searched
> around for a standardized object for Field Day before I put mine up,
> and I couldn't find info on it anywhere.
> Is there a source for object standards such as these available on the net?

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