[OZAPRS] HF APRS
vk2xpp at optusnet.com.au
Tue Feb 25 19:54:31 EST 2014
Sounds like you have solved the problem however for next time I can
recommend the open tracker USB. It has done a stellar job on HF with
the only tuning required was the mike gain and the on board ALC.
I have heard from a friend who has both that he prefers the TT, however
the open tracker does the job and is cheaper.
Mine is currently set up for Mic-E on one profile and HF on the other.
On 25/02/2014 6:58 PM, Phil Shields wrote:
> I live near the Victorian high country and noticed i have a tiny trak
> in the stuff i collected over the years. I'll make up a harness for it
> and run it on 30mx through the IC706. I will also have a phone aprs
> running as a comparison. I'll set off Saturday near Mt Granya and do a
> loop, not sure if i will camp someplace..I'll figure it out as i go along.
> Phil VK2CPR
> On Tuesday, 25 February 2014 6:49 PM, Ian Bennett
> <ibennett at tpg.com.au> wrote:
> If you like them transmitting without a valid GPS fix!!
> On 25/02/14 18:40, Steve wrote:
> > I use them (TT3). I think they're good.
> > It's a good point - for TX only, I would still go a TinyTrak... even
> though I'm a great fan of
> > Raspberry Pi's.
> > I was just thinking that Phil was specifying the use of Raspberry Pi.
> > Steve.
> > On 25/02/14 18:37, Andrew Rich wrote:
> >> Are the tiny track 300 baud units any good ?
> >> Sent from my iPhone
> >> On 25 Feb 2014, at 6:32 pm, Steve <stevez at tpg.com.au
> <mailto:stevez at tpg.com.au> <mailto:stevez at tpg.com.au
> <mailto:stevez at tpg.com.au>>> wrote:
> >>> APRX with soundmodem or DireWolf.
> >>> Don't waste money on a hardware TNC, especially for TX only.
> >>> Steve.
> >>> On 25/02/14 17:51, Phil Shields wrote:
> >>>> Hi all, I'm toying with the idea of putting a raspberry Pi in the
> 4WD for those long hauls in
> >>>> the neva neva. Is there a Pi program that I can hook up a GPS
> and punch out 300 baud APRS
> >>>> packets to my Icom 706 as I travel along? I suppose it is a big
> ask on HF because accurate
> >>>> tuning is a consideration. I looked at a dedicated TNC which is
> probably the way to go with all
> >>>> the nifty DSB and Leds and all that jazz but it is $500 and i
> don't do that much isolated 4WDing.
> >>>> Thanks Phil VK2CPR
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