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Re: [WestMichiganHams] Re: D-Star,APRS,Echo-Link

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  • k8mhz@k8mhz.com
    Paul, I just clicked on the link and it came up. But you have to have a fast Internet connection. Chris, The video was the set up of a D-Star station
    Message 1 of 8 , Dec 9, 2006
      Paul,
       
      I just clicked on the link and it came up.  But you have to have a fast Internet connection. 
       
      Chris,
       
      The video was the set up of a D-Star station connected to an EchoLink node.  It went through some of the programs being used to set it for total remote control.  There was nothing on how it worked or any video of it being used.  That is supposed to come in an upcoming video.
       
      I had audio in the clip I saw.  I don't know why yours didn't.  The audio did a pretty good job explaning the set up.
       
      73,
       
      Mark K8MHZ
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Saturday, December 09, 2006 10:34
      Subject: Re: [WestMichiganHams] Re: D-Star,APRS,Echo-Link

      I checked it out and discovered that there's no audio in it, so id does me no good.  *grin*  Maybe someone could write up a descriptive message detailing just what is in the video?  That would be interesting.  Thanks,
      73,
      ab8wo
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: kd8cbj
      Sent: Saturday, December 09, 2006 10:26 AM
      Subject: [WestMichiganHams] Re: D-Star,APRS, Echo-Link

      --- In WestMichiganHams@ yahoogroups. com, StraitMD4@.. . wrote:
      >
      > Hi all,
      >
      > This is for those of you who may not understand some of the
      technology . I have had several people ask me about these connections
      and how to set -up something like mine . This is not my shack . My
      set up is similar .
      > It's a good video . It takes a few minutes to buffer . Unless
      you have broad-band .
      >
      > This episode shows the assembly of a VHF and UHF station with Echo-
      Link , a D-Star GPS position reporting internet gateway and a UHF
      APRS receive only internet gateway .
      >
      > I have my stuff set up the same way .
      >
      > KD8BIG
      > http://video. yahoo.com/ video/play? p=echolink& ei=UTF-
      8&b=0&oid=3ec9d2982 4ef3780&rurl= video.google. com&vdone= http%3A%2F%
      2Fvideo.yahoo. com%2Fvideo% 2Fsearch% 3Fp%3Decholink% 26ei%3DUTF- 8#
      >I give,how do you get it to play?Loaded Google video,"buffering
      uninterupted play back starting in more than a day"???


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    • KD8CBJ@aol.com
      Dial up only,out here in the hinterlands some are still using smoke signals,blue tooth is when your neighbour smiles at you. 73 KD8CBJ
      Message 2 of 8 , Dec 9, 2006
        Dial up only,out here in the hinterlands some are still using smoke signals,blue tooth is when your  neighbour smiles at you.
         
                                                                    73 KD8CBJ
      • Mark Strait
        Good morning all, I m sorry that not everyone can access the video. The video shows the assembly of a VHF,UHF station with Echo-Link,D-Star GPS position
        Message 3 of 8 , Dec 9, 2006
          Good morning all,
           
          I'm sorry that not everyone can access the video.
              The video shows the assembly of a VHF,UHF station with Echo-Link,D-Star GPS position reporting internet gateway using an IC-2200H w/D-Star interface and how to connect the rig to your P.C.
               It also shows the IC-420s that is used for echo-link and APRS receiver . How to use connectors OPC-617, the cable to be used from the radio to the sound card interface that will be used for echo-link.
               The video also shows how to use the software to adjust your system . It gives ideas on ways to mount your equipment in an electrical wall mount type cabinet with a 2 meter bandpass filter , pc ,radio etc and the various connections needed to operate the system .
           
               The video also gives several web-sites for reference seen below .
            I hope this explains what you may have missed . Hopefully BPL gets here soon for those in the sticks .
           
                                           73,
                                                     Big Mark    "KD8BIG"
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
             


          KD8CBJ@... wrote:
          Dial up only,out here in the hinterlands some are still using smoke signals,blue tooth is when your  neighbour smiles at you.
           
                                                                      73 KD8CBJ


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        • k8mhz@k8mhz.com
          Hopefully BPL gets here soon for those in the sticks . Careful Mark, Them s fightin words! Muskegon should be seeing Arialink wireless soon. No BPL in
          Message 4 of 8 , Dec 10, 2006
            "Hopefully BPL gets here soon for those in the sticks ."
             
            Careful Mark, Them's fightin' words!
             
            Muskegon should be seeing Arialink wireless soon.  No BPL in Muskegon!
             
            ----- Original Message -----
            Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2006 00:46
            Subject: Re: [WestMichiganHams] Re: D-Star,APRS,Echo-Link

            Good morning all,
             
            I'm sorry that not everyone can access the video.
                The video shows the assembly of a VHF,UHF station with Echo-Link,D- Star GPS position reporting internet gateway using an IC-2200H w/D-Star interface and how to connect the rig to your P.C.
                 It also shows the IC-420s that is used for echo-link and APRS receiver . How to use connectors OPC-617, the cable to be used from the radio to the sound card interface that will be used for echo-link.
                 The video also shows how to use the software to adjust your system . It gives ideas onways to mount your equipment in an electrical wall mount type cabinet with a 2 meter bandpass filter , pc ,radio etc and the various connections needed to operate the system .
             
                 The video also gives several web-sites for reference seen below .
              I hope this explains what you may have missed . Hopefully BPL gets here soon for those in the sticks .
             
                                             73,
                &nsp;                                      Big Mark    "KD8BIG"
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
               


            KD8CBJ@... wrote:
            Dial up only,out here in the hinterlands some are still using smoke signals,blue tooth is when your  neighbour smiles at you.
             
                                                                        73 KD8CBJ


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          • Mark Strait
            I was wondering if someone would catch that .LOL The link below is an update from Arialink. Big Mark http://www.arialink.com/muskegon.php k8mhz@k8mhz.com
            Message 5 of 8 , Dec 10, 2006
              I was wondering if someone would catch that .LOL
               The link below is an update from Arialink.
                            Big Mark
               
               

              k8mhz@... wrote:
              "Hopefully BPL gets here soon for those in the sticks ."
               
              Careful Mark, Them's fightin' words!
               
              Muskegon should be seeing Arialink wireless soon.  No BPL in Muskegon!
               
              ----- Original Message -----
              Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2006 00:46
              Subject: Re: [WestMichiganHams] Re: D-Star,APRS, Echo-Link

              Good morning all,
               
              I'm sorry that not everyone can access the video.
                  The video shows the assembly of a VHF,UHF station with Echo-Link,D- Star GPS position reporting internet gateway using an IC-2200H w/D-Star interface and how to connect the rig to your P.C.
                   It also shows the IC-420s that is used for echo-link and APRS receiver . How to use connectors OPC-617, the cable to be used from the radio to the sound card interface that will be used for echo-link.
                   The video also shows how to use the software to adjust your system . It gives ideas onways to mount your equipment in an electrical wall mount type cabinet with a 2 meter bandpass filter , pc ,radio etc and the various connections needed to operate the system .
               
                   The video also gives several web-sites for reference seen below .
                I hope this explains what you may have missed . Hopefully BPL gets here soon for those in the sticks .
               
                                               73,
                  &nsp;                                      Big Mark    "KD8BIG"
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
                 


              KD8CBJ@... wrote:
              Dial up only,out here in the hinterlands some are still using smoke signals,blue tooth is when your  neighbour smiles at you.
               
                                                                          73 KD8CBJ


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