[aprssig] Programming my Kenwood TH-D7AG for ISS Packet??

gerheim at cox.net gerheim at cox.net
Fri Nov 2 12:05:47 EDT 2007

BTW, if you _do_ have to do APRS with split freq, it's probably easier to program a non-standard split and use band A than to use A/B duplex.  

Outside of GO-32, I think the whole shootin' match will be on 144.39 or 145.825.  

I set the path to ARISS, SATGATE, WIDE, then add or delete the "WIDE3-3" at the beginning.  It saves typing.  

---- Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote: 
> > I am trying how to program my TH-D7AG for the ARISS Packet
> >
> > Set data TX on Band B to 145.990  
> > Set RX on Band A to 145.800 
> No, ARISS is currently on 145.825 up and down.  So set for TX/RX
> both on band A and set A to 145.825.
> >  Also the Path ARISS What is the PATH?
> The menu item APRS-PACKET_PATH set it to ARISS.
> > Go to Message GROUP and add the wildcard * 
> > star with the astrick.
> Add it to the beginning as "*, " or on the end as ",*".  Without
> the quotes of course...
> I assume you are working noremal APRS on 144.39 in North
> America?  If so, then only the changes above are needed to hear
> the ISS (if and when it is on)...
> Bob, Wb4APR
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-Al Gerheim, K1QN

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