Re: [V4Protocol] Re: New User Questions!
- Ok will be looking for station on 7073, as on now... 5:35L73Gary wd9duiNever mind! You said "until 7" not "at 7". Thanks. Perhaps another time.
--- In V4Protocol@yahoogroups.com, "kk4lac@..." wrote:
> Great! Trying now. USB or Digital on the rig?
> Bob - KK4LAC
> --- In V4Protocol@yahoogroups.com, "Dick
> >you on 7073-7074 now until about 7 p.m. e.t. if you want to give it another try - it works very good for me.
> > Hi Bob - i could listen for
> > 73V4Protocol@yahoogroups.com
> > Dick, w4web
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: kk4lac@
> > To:
> > Sent: Sunday, January 13,2013 6:14 PM
> > Subject: [V4Protocol] New UserQuestions!
> >USB, into a Yaesu FT-897D. I'm excited about trying this new mode out. Tried sending and ARQ - CQ several times but didn't see a response yet. I read through the help documentation, but didn't see anything specific about operating in the mode.
> > I have V4Chat up and running - Windows 7, SignaLink
> >frequencies in the group postings. Does everyone expect most V4 traffic to be on 7.073-7.074 or 14.073-14.074 centered on 1500Hz? Are there other common V4 areas on other bands?
> > I noted the posts about
> >app 220.127.116.11 is preset for 1500Hz. Is there a way through the app to adjust where you are on the waterfall as one might see in HRD or fldigi so you could find or "chase" a V4 QSO?
> > I notice that the V4 Chat
> >running on V4 so one might be able to test TX/RX? Does this mode allow you to monitor "traffic" between other stations or is it only Peer-To-Peer?
> > Are there any "nets"
> >osee how this works. Especially interested in how this might be applied to ARES or Emergency Comms.
> > Thanks! Hope to hook up with spome of you guys to
> > Bob
> > KK4LAC
> > North Georgia
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