Re: Frequency Coordination
Mark Conner <n9xtn@...>
I can keep track of the various modes, frequencies, etc. I'vetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
gotten some input from Mike KD0FW off-list for his payload(s). I
looked at KD7LMO's inputs in the files area.
I had previously suggested everyone having a slotted beacon on
144.34 MHz for mutual chase support if possible.
Also, when people submit their inputs, please indicate if you're
frequency-agile and to what extent (crystalled, VFO 70cm only,
VFO 2/70, etc). That will help us decide how much people can
compromise on their "favorite" frequencies should we need to make
I'm not sure if the egroups.com address will work - if not, the
correct address is email@example.com.
73 de Mark N9XTN
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Sent: Monday, May 13, 2002 12:47
Subject: [GPSL] Frequency Coordination
Packet, ATV, and Repeaters, Oh My!of
Manhattan on 6 July than NSA HQ. To prevent near spacedo that?
All communications about this topic are to be sent to thelist.
Once the table is put together, it will go out to subscribersfor their
review. Please don't make comments about selected frequenciesthat,
please look them over and look for potential problems.frequencies
and indicate which is the uplink and downlink frequency.Unfortunately, not
long after we launch, we'll run into traffic from KC. In KCthere's
lots of APRS traffic. So GPSL will move off the standard APRSfrequency.
we'll use the Manhattan repeater. If we get close to Topeka orsimplex
during portions of the recovery. I'll post the Topeka andLawrence
frequencies shortly. For simplex, I'd like select a 2m and 440Sponsor ---------------------~-->
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