rlove31 at gmail.com
Wed May 1 11:29:08 EDT 2019
APRS digipeaters usually self-identify. It makes no difference rules wise
if it digitpeats on the same or different frequencies.
On Wed, May 1, 2019, 11:26 AM John D. Hays <john at hays.org> wrote:
> Wouldn't that be a repeater, with repeater rules?
> On Wed, May 1, 2019, 08:04 Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
>> What we need is for someone to put up a digipeater right at the
>> fairgrouinds with a NOT-HIGH antenna that takes INPUT on 144.99 and TX's on
>> Then everone right at the fairgrounds has priority input to the digi, but
>> everyone still hears everything on 144.39
>> THen HT's use normal APRS but with +600 offset.
>> On Tue, Apr 30, 2019 at 5:50 PM <chiefsfan2 at cox.net> wrote:
>>> The past few years I have been at Dayton/Xenia hamvention the main aprs
>>> frequency of 144.390 has been wall to wall position beacons. If users
>>> wanted to send situational awareness txt messages using an ht it would be
>>> very difficult. Hamvention has set up a cell group texting service for cell
>>> phones that works very well. It seems we are missing a great opportunity to
>>> use aprs radios for some messaging while on the fairgrounds. I'm not saying
>>> use aprs exclusively but it would be a good learning tools for aprs txt. I
>>> wonder if an alternate frequency for aprs ht' to use for txt messages would
>>> be a good idea? Maybe 144.990 as mentioned on bobs <http://aprs.org>
>>> *aprs.org* website.
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