- Jun 1, 2011Ok, just trying to get a feel for this stuff. I saw the ui-view bpq32 host so thought there was a specific and efficient purpose for that. I will forgo that thought and look into a vhf freq here in my town that may be a benefit here. The only HF I have right now is 10m so looking to expand into a vhf freq to help with personal comm or emcomm. I don't think I have anyone close enough to me to on a 2m freq that can hear me. Thanks for the info, Mike
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "Mike Melnik" <mmelnik1@...> wrote:
> As far as I know 4.390 in the US is the only frequency used for APRS info, I
> did allocate a BPQ port for UI-VIEW 32 but found that anyone that tried to
> DIGI threw my APRS station using Wide, Relay or even my ARPS call it didn't
> work, so I just set my Kantronics KPC3+ straight to UI-View via the serial
> port, I really don't see a need to use BPQ32 as a interface between UI-VIEW
> and a Serial port.
> The other problem I had with APRS on RF is I have too many users up north
> that use my station on 145.030 and many have to node to my station, the APRS
> transmissions were desensitizing receiving on 5.030 and 5.070, so I left my
> UI-View presently not functioning on Telnet only, but DIGI threw RF Via
> The use of my BBS on the VHF frequencies is too important verses APRS
> Sorry I feel that way.
> As soon as I get a chance I will bring the APRS station back up.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: [BPQ32] APRS
> Have done some reading about ui-view and bpq. I monitor 144.390 so wondering
> if there is a purposeful way to implement aprs with bpq? I seem to pickup
> more on 4.39 than any other packet freq in my location.
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