[aprssig] APRS on UHF?

Wes Johnston, AI4PX wes at ai4px.com
Wed Nov 26 21:54:28 EST 2008

I once used 9600 as mic encoder (only available with the kenwood radios at
the time) to squirt a packet at the end of voice transmission over a local
repeater input.  At the repeater site I had two TNCs back to back... a 9600
paccomm and a kpc3 both in KISS mode.  The 9600baud mic-e packet was decoded
and delivered to the kpc3 which sent it out over the 144.39 at 1200 baud.
 The point to all of this was that you didn't have to mute the audio on the
repeater, it just sounded like the normal static crash at the end of your
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On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 9:45 PM, Jason KG4WSV <kg4wsv at gmail.com> wrote:

> Bob, I kinda see your point, but it just could be that those folks
> with the 1200/9600 combined channel or the 70cm 9600 baud channels are
> showing us the way to migrate to a 9600 baud channel that will allow
> us to see _more_ than we do now.
> It could be that if APRS fragments then it's dead, but if it stops
> growing it's just as dead.
> -Jason
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