[OZAPRS] HF net stations
vk7hse at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 18:13:22 AEST 2016
Silly me was sitting on 7.048.110 LSB (dial) when I should be up one
kHz... Now fixed!
I was wondering why I hadn't heard anyone!
On Thu, 30 Jun 2016, 17:46 Gerard Hill <gerardvk2io at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Tim (VK2HLT),
> I've been receiving your beacons for a few days but they have not reached
> the APRS-IS. This turned out to be a configuration issue (and possible bug)
> with BPQ32. Gating is now working, but my APRS beacons are not going out so
> more changes are needed. Other beacons are being sent so you will still
> hear packets from here.
> Scott (VK7HSE), I found your beacons as well. Your frequency is about 900
> Hz lower than the new frequency. Your centre freq is about 7046 kHz instead
> of 7046.9 kHz. Check the table below to see what your dial frequency should
> Gerard - VK2IO
> On 28/06/2016 7:14 PM, Tim Logan wrote:
> Excellent ! Thanks Scott.
> On 28 Jun 2016, at 7:02 PM, Scott Evans <vk7hse at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes I switched about a week ago...
> On Tue, 28 Jun 2016, 18:53 Tim Logan <timlog77 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks Scott,
>> I've been sending beacons on the new frequency but am only getting into
>> VK2UMZ-2, have you guys in Tas changed frequencies ? I was always reliable
>> into Tas on 40m from NSW.
>> No sweat, just making sure I have things setup correctly at my end.
>> Sent from my iPad
>> On 23 Jun 2016, at 6:24 PM, Scott Evans <vk7hse at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Tim,
>> There was a bit of discussion off list, and yes 7.0486 is the dial
>> frequency for 1600/1800Hz tones
>> Because I'm sending this from my phone, I can't seem to copy a frequency
>> table that was in the off list discussion! Gerard, could you please post
>> that into this thread? (if & when you get a chance)
>>>> *Tone Frequencies*
>>>> Dial Frequency (kHz)
>>>> LSB / USB
>>>> 1070/1270 (Group A)
>>>> 1100/1300 (Group B)
>>>> 1600/1800 (Group C)
>>>> 2025/2225 (Group D)
>>>> 2100/2300 (Group E)
>>>> 2110/2310 (Group F)
>>>> 2125/2325 (Group G)
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