[OZAPRS] HF net stations
vk5zm at bistre.net
Thu Jun 23 15:29:37 AEST 2016
Larry VK5LY's old gate is not far away from going back to air. Let us
know where you settle and we'll make sure it follows suit. It makes sense
to monitor the frequency a little and make sure there aren't any regular
adjacent channel users... There used to be regular SSB nets right down to
7050 we could hear in VK5, which would overlap a little at 7048.5.
On 22 June 2016 at 20:01, Gerard Hill <gerardvk2io at gmail.com> wrote:
> Up to you, Scott. The band plan is a recommendation - its not legally
> My Igate is currently on 7048.6 LSB and has also been on 7045. I wont be
> returning to 7036.
> Once we decide on a final frequency I'll move there.
> Gerard - VK2IO
> On 21/06/2016 4:55 PM, Scott Evans wrote:
> So does that mean I should cease on 7.036? I'm not sure how many people
> are active on 40m (both users & i-gates)
> Guessing we might need a new thread to discuss the 40m frequency...
> On Tue, 21 Jun 2016, 16:27 Gerard Hill < <gerardvk2io at gmail.com>
> gerardvk2io at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Here's the list, Andrew:
>> A lot has changed in two years so I shall have to update the site.
>> We no longer have an official 40m APRS frequency since the WIA band plan
>> change last year placed 7036 kHz in the CW segment.
>> One option would be to shift up 10 kHz to 7046 like the packet chat net
>> did to 7047.17. Alternatively, align with Japan at 7045 or EU at 7048.6.
>> There's nothing running on 20m at the moment either.
>> Your sailor should have a lot of success on 30m APRS as there are plenty
>> of Igates.
>> Gerard - VK2IO
>> On 21/06/2016 4:00 PM, Andrew Rich wrote:
>> > Was approached by a guy sailing
>> > Wants to run HF APRS
>> > Where are the fixed HF I gates ?
>> > Andrew
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