[aprssig] Fwd: 220 band radio for Appalachian 9600 baud backbone? -SIG

Brian Webster info at wirelessmapping.com
Tue Jan 19 17:36:20 EST 2021

The TARPN group has been testing various radios for packet links and their suitability. Tad Torborg is a good contact point with that group. I can give input from the NY and eastnet packet group.


Thank you,

Brian Webster N2KGC


From: aprssig [mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org] On Behalf Of Robert Bruninga
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Subject: [aprssig] Fwd: 220 band radio for Appalachian 9600 baud backbone? -SIG


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From: Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu>


This radio was suggested as an available 220 radio for this application:


BCM-220 1.25m Mobile Radio — BridgeCom Systems, Inc. <https://www.bridgecomsystems.com/collections/amateur-mobile-radios/products/bcm-220-1-25m-mobile-radio> 


Does anyone have one?  In use at 9600 baud? 

Do you have a KPC-9612 for testing?

Do you have quality attenuators for making weak signal tests using the 9600 port on the 9612?

Does the radio have a wideband access to the modulator and demodulator for such use?

Do you need a partner and/or another setup to make this test?

Do you know someone who does?  Or another packet radio user group you can ask?



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