[aprssig] Appalachian 9600 baud KA node Backbone
John D. Hays
john at hays.org
Mon Jul 17 17:58:33 CDT 2017
Are you sure you are not referring to line A which limits use of 420-430
within a certain distance of Canada?
Finding a common frequency in the 430-440 segment is more likely than
440-450. However, if you put the backbone on the 219-220 band you would
have greater range and much less competition.
I do have to put a plug in for the UDRC-II which can provide two radio
connections one for the backbone and one for user access (or two backbone
radios if desired).
On Mon, Jul 17, 2017 at 3:43 PM, Bob Harris <knineudx at gmail.com> wrote:
> Be aware that there are restrictions on the amateur UHF (440 MHz)
> frequencies in New Hampshire. The restrictions are such that the DMR
> repeaters (at least in the northern part of the state) are on VHF. I
> believe Canada has priority to the frequencies for military use.
> On 7/17/2017 6:01 PM, Robert Bruninga wrote:
> We now have 4 in a row potential permanent sites for our Appalachian
> Golden Packet 9600 baud backbone possibly from VA to NY.
> If there is anyone that is very familiar with level 4 networking using the
> Kantronics KA nodes, please contact me. I want to make sure I understand
> how we could fully use the capabilities. And what UHF freq is good from
> Maine to Ga!
> Bob, Wb4APR
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