[aprssig] APRN status?

Stephen H. Smith wa8lmf2 at aol.com
Fri Mar 26 20:20:17 EDT 2010

Scott Miller wrote:
> Is there any standard frequency for APRN?  


> What would be a good one for a balloon? 
> If there's nothing else going on there, I'd be inclined to use 144.99 
> since that's what my alternate APRS IGate receiver will be listening 
> to anyway.  I suspect there might be more activity down in the LA 
> area, though.
I'll monitor 144.39 for a few days and see what I hear here in 
Pasadena.  I don't think anyone around L.A. is doing an alt-input 

I actually have a basic 2-meter 1/4-wave groundplane up about 20 feet. 
This should be ideal for something thousands of feet up in the air, and 
should actually have LESS pickup of terrestrial activity, compared to my 
collinear whips. 

> Scott
> N1VG


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