[aprssig] High speed modems?

Peter Laws N5UWY n5uwy at arrl.net
Mon Jul 18 12:52:47 CDT 2016


Bridgecom's got a "220" radio that covers 222-225 MHz voice and
219-220 MHz data.  Dunno exactly what data they are talking about but
it looks like the rear connector has COR and discriminator audio at
least.

https://www.bridgecomsystems.com/products/bcm-220-mhz-mobile-radio

We really need to start using that band ...



On Mon, Jul 18, 2016 at 9:47 AM, Bill Vodall via aprssig
<aprssig at tapr.org> wrote:
>> What we really need is a fully digital VHF or UHF radio modem, which enables
>> us to do make one-to-one connections, and possibly some kind of one-to-many
>> data transfers.
>
> The UDR-X is coming soon.
>
>   http://nwdigitalradio.com/
>
> Since it's mostly a 'data radio' it will support the one-to-many modes
> of bpq32, fldigi family, the old radio mirror software, etc.
>
> Bit by bit the pieces of the UDR-X are coming together.   In many ways
> it's the last best hope for Ham data...  It'll be 9k6 out of the box,
> hopefully 56K in the near future and double hopefully double that data
> rate soon.
>
> 73
> Bill, WA7NWP
>
> PS.  Full disclosure - I eat breakfast on Saturdays and party at
> hamfests with the Northwest digital radio team.   No mercy is shown
> and they are chained to their development station until the unit is
> shipping.
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