[OZAPRS] problem in Adelaide

Mark Jessop lenniethelemming at gmail.com
Wed Jul 10 22:43:40 EST 2013

If it's transmitting a partial frame, maybe the callsign gets through? 
Perhaps a TNC in KISS mode will be able to decode this?

- Mark VK5QI

On 10/07/13 10:01 PM, Paul Mullins wrote:
> That would the way to do it, but it is going to come down to can 
> people get access to the gear to turn it off for a period and then get 
> back to it to turn it on.
> I am going to see what I can do on working out the direction tomorrow,
> the problem is that it sounds like it is not getting a full frame into 
> the network so it might end up having to be direction found. I am 
> hoping people that are on the list know people that look after gear 
> and hope people have a look.
> cheers all
> Paul
> On 10/07/2013 9:25 PM, Mark Jessop wrote:
>> We have enough experienced DFers around the place that we should be able
>> to track it down, as long as the channel isn't flooded with other 
>> traffic.
>> Might I suggest that if this continues to be a problem, that us Adelaide
>> APRS users collectively organize to take as much of the network as
>> possible down for, say, 2 hours on a Saturday or Sunday? We can then
>> coordinate on one the local repeaters, and a few DF teams can get out
>> and about to track it down.
>> Cheers,
>> Mark VK5QI
>> On 10/07/13 9:22 PM, Liz wrote:
>>> On Wed, 10 Jul 2013 21:46:00 +1000
>>> Andrew Rich <vk4tec at tech-software.net> wrote:
>>>> RDF
>>> good answer
>>> of course, discussing it here everyone is assuming that the radio is
>>> the property of a licensed amateur, and it may not be, in which case
>>> looking for it actively is the only solution.
>>> best of luck guys,
>>> Liz
>>> VK2XSE
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