21289Re: [aprsisce] UK Ballooning Regs
- Dec 9, 2012Hi Steve,
Don't forget there is nothing stopping the 'General Public' from using the UHF ISM/LPD frequencies within the rules some of which happen to be in our 70cm band (on for instance 433.800MHz which happens to be our UHF APRS frequency).
On 09/12/2012 21:41, Steve Daniels wrote:
Will do James, I will quote things as our regulator has a habit of moving documents, and links get broken.
I misread your reply to my earlier message and thought you were saying not to do anything rather than not to post to the group
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On Sat, Dec 8, 2012 at 4:16 PM, Steve Daniels
> I hope to add a ballooning page to the wiki, which I hope James will
> contribute to, is it worth me adding UK info to it, or doing a post here, or
> none of that
Added more information to the APRS Wiki ARHAB page. I created a
section that contains information about the USA (just information that
was already on the page since US amateurs think the world revolves
around them), added information about Canadian regulations, and also a
section for UK regulations.
Steve, if you can add more information, such as a pull quote from the
UK regulations where it says you can not use amateur radio airborne,
that would be good.
I also added in places for more information about viewing ARHAB
flights on websites like aprs.fi, db0anf.de, OpenAprs.net. There are
also sections for using programs like APRSISCE/32, with a brief
description, and a link back to the APRSISCE/32 wiki page dedicated to
ARHAB observation and tracking.
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