[OZAPRS] ZL 6m bandplan
rob.thirkettle at canterbury.ac.nz
Mon Aug 31 08:44:13 EST 2009
Hi All can I ask a question why would we want to use 6M for APRS? If one
reads Bob's WB4APR's web page APRS is about a "single channel" for all
amateur radio information. I can see we need HF where there is no VHF
coverage but for 6M I can't see what more it has to offer apart from
just occupying more of the spectrum
Regards Rob Thirkettle ZL3RX
Dept Physics & Astronomy
University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800,
Tel: +64 3 364 2510
Fax: +64 3 364 2469
mailto:rob.thirkettle at canterbury.ac.nz
From: ozaprs-bounces at aprs.net.au [mailto:ozaprs-bounces at aprs.net.au] On
Behalf Of Ben Lindner-VK5JFK
Sent: Monday, 31 August 2009 10:13 a.m.
To: Australian APRS Users
Subject: Re: [OZAPRS] ZL 6m bandplan
A local ham here maybe able to help with the NASA stuff Jack. He is the
telebridge link for the the ISS. Plus he knows many astronauts
personally, including some pilots of the Space Shuttle
Jack Chomley wrote:
At 07:10 AM 8/31/2009, Andrew Rich \(Home\) wrote:
When are we going to launch and APRS sat in OZ ?
Your Job, Andrew ;-)
You will a need a few other bits, pick 'em up on your way home, from
Spend a few nights in the comfort of your own home, building it on
your kitchen table.
IF you are having trouble assembling the bits, fitting the batteries
etc, these guys can help.
Thats the easy bits done ;-)
Using a slingshot won't launch it high enough, chucking it off your
house roof won't work either.
So......phone up NASA at Cape Canaveral.
See IF you can get someone on the next Space Shuttle mission
to take it onboard, as carry on baggage ;-)
Tell them to simply throw your Sat out the Space Shuttle toilet
window, just before it docks with ISS
73 Jack VK4JRC
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