SV: Re: Revised version of APRS Messenger available
"Michael jensen" <OZ1BZJ@...>
Thanks for coming back to me.
If the copy I got here was correct using my 20M as antenna I heard the following stations (it was only 5 UK stations)
Last evening I put up a wire in the flag pole to be able to send on 30M, but since then I have had not heard any signals…
Using the 1300 HZ version with the dial at 10,1484 I am receiving signals that seems to somewhat kill any signals. This stronger signal are about 0.45 Khz lower a signal 300 Hz wide might be slow packet.
In respect to get information to remote stations, I guess there are several options. Having a random delay build in so the stations that have heard a mobile or remote station on RF will tx all messaged for that station up to maybe 1 H after they last heard the station with a random delay of up to 2 minutes. Other was to use a special structure of the messaged. So a regular APRS user could send a messaged to the HF Igate with the remote stations call as the first in the messaged similar to mail gateway… .
Well guess that is for later J
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--- In cross_country_wireless@..., "Michael" wrote:
> The program really look interesting and i have today received i believe 7 different UK stations and one German here from my QTH 25 KM outside of Copenhagen.
> I did also see that some of the packet did make it to APRS.FI (Not from me as i did not connect to a server.)
> Just thinking using this in a remote place one could send APRS messages to any one at the APRS network. But what about the return path. Do the program also capture messaged from APRS-IS and send out to any stations that have been heard via RF ??
> Thanks in advance