[aprssig] recommendations for 9600 TNC

Eric Hansen skyssx at gmail.com
Fri May 6 10:39:12 EDT 2011

I thought the OT USB did 9600, but it would appear that is incorrect.
300/1200 only. 4.39 is almost impossibly crowded around Cleveland. I've had
virtually no success with 5W through a 1/4 wave. 70cm/9600 might be a
solution better than pumping 50w out to stomp other stations.

On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 10:07 AM, ml41782 <ml41782 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I'm looking at my options for expanding APRS using 9600 baud in my area. I
> have been testing with 9600 on UHF for some time now with fair to good
> success. I actually prefer UHF. I'm getting ready to test this now on the
> VHF side. I have the VHF radios  what I'm looking for is a cheaper way to do
> the TNC other than a KPC 9612.
> I was so hoping over the past year that argent data systems and or Byonics
> would have come out with a TNC that would both tx and rx at 9600.
> I'm plannning on doing this right along side of my other Digi's and use a
> set of cans at each location to allow both 1200 (144.390 ) / 9600 ( 145.010
> )  to work
> Any thoughts ?
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