Re: [BPQ32] Re: WINMOR TNC v184.108.40.206 released - still a problem here
- I'm announcing a new RMS BPQ32 VHF Packet Node that I've set up in Richmond, IN.The node is set up on 144.490 24/7 and has been beaconing for a little over a weeknow. It is permanently running 24/7 but is in a testing mode now, following the splendidsupport by Jerry (N9LYA) and Ken (KD6PGI) in Oregon.
I'm using a J-pole on VHF temporarily at 25 feet. I will be changing that to a moreefficient antenna.
MY HF side is monitoring 7061.000 DIAL (7062.500 CF) USB for WINMOR connects.I now have the PacTOR I port operational on 7063.210 CF (7061.000 DIAL). Theoperation is 24/7.
I'm looking for a couple of additional frequencies. The 7 Mhz operation is using a dipoleat 48 feet. I'll be erecting another antenna for 30 meters testing also.
I had started on 14.111 CF but had to give that up. While I had been using that for myPactor mailbox initially for quite some time, it has become unuseable for any numberof reasons, primarily too much "spontaneous" activity. . . . at least for my location.
The system needs to be given a real shake down, so if you manage to connect letme know.Also, have a look for info:
W6IDS-1 BBS (HF Pactor 1 & VHF)
W6IDS-2 VHF Packet 144.490
W6IDS -5 HF Winmor w/RMS Winmor (HF only)
W6IDS-10 VHF RMS Packet messaging 144.490I'm set up with an ICOM IC-746, Radio Shack HTX-212, PK-232MBX and theTNC-X TNC by John Hansen W2FS. Interface for Winmor is the uKEYER II by uHAM.For John G8BPQ, this has been quite a trip for me, considering the initial history involvingmy VISTA 64. A couple of weeks ago or so, I stumbled onto Jerry who led me to Kenwhich then opened the doors in a spectacular way. I'm still learning, trying to flatten outmy learning curve and it's really fun.
Howard W6IDS w6ids@...
Richmond, IN EM79NV