[aprssig] APRS-B?

Thomas Krahn thomas at tkrahn.com
Mon Jun 24 17:02:23 CDT 2013


But it would be nice to have one. What arguments do you have against 
432.500 MHz since it seems to be established in Europe already? If IARU 
region 1 and 2 use that I'm sure NZ and Australia will follow soon.

Thomas
KT5TK


On 06/24/2013 03:53 PM, Robert Bruninga wrote:
> I think there is no need for a single global frequency since these modules
> are frequency agile.  But we do want continent-wide frequencies.   Just my
> opinion, since it is so hard to get agreement across oceans.  Bob, WB4aPR
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: aprssig-bounces at tapr.org [mailto:aprssig-bounces at tapr.org] On Behalf
> Of la3qma at aprs.la
> Sent: Monday, June 24, 2013 3:56 PM
> To: TAPR APRS Mailing List; PE1RDW
> Subject: Re: [aprssig] APRS-B?
>
> Quoting PE1RDW<aprs at pe1rdw.demon.nl>:
>
>    
>> Region 1 already has 2 frequenties set aside for aprs on 70 cm,
>> 430.5125 and 432.500, if you wish to use a frequentie that is the same
>> in the whole world it would be smart to pick one of these, in the
>> netherlands most trafic is on 430.5125 in 1200 baud leaving the newer
>> 432.500 for faster aprs.
>>
>>      
> Europe use these:
> Primary APRS:   70 cm 	433.800 	433.800 	FM 1200Bd
> Secondary APRS: 70 cm 	432.500 	432.500 	FM 1200Bd
> Cavtat 2008
>
> Secondary APRS on VHF is 144.825
> Sun City 2011
>
> Kai Günter
> LA3QMA
>
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