[aprssig] APRS Gaps in SC, NC and WV?
chiefsfan2 at cox.net
Tue Sep 15 17:46:51 CDT 2015
There is a 30 meter HF APRS net on 10.147.30 USB using the robust packet mode found in the scs tracker and other scs tnc's. There are igate's in the U.S., Canada and Europe. The robust packet mode outperforms traditional 300 baud HF packet many times over. robust-packet.net http://ve6ab.blogspot.com/2015/04/robust-packet-network.html
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> On Sep 15, 2015, at 16:10, Ted Antanaitis via aprssig <aprssig at tapr.org> wrote:
> Isn't that the strong point of HF APRS?
> A number of years ago, I traveled cross-country from the Pacific Northwest to upstate New York.
> Wanting my family to keep apprised of my progress both to and back, I ran 30 Meter HF APRS.
> Back in those days, (and somewhat still now) there were numerous 'black holes' across the northern tier of states.
> My HF transmissions worked well getting into HF Gateways.
> Ted WA7ZZB
>> On 9/15/2015 9:49 AM, Robert Bruninga via aprssig wrote:
>> A collection of personal Green Vehicles will convoy across the country starting on the 19th.
>> In preparation, the APRS vehicle traveled from FLA to Virginia but there were big gaps in coverage in some areas in SC, NC and WV.
>> Here is the track:
>> I particularly note the lack of coverage along I-64 in WV near the Scout Camp at the Summit Bechtel Reserve near the New River Gorge.
>> The tracker was about 25W.
>> Bob, Wb4aPR
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