21302Re: [aprsisce] UK Ballooning Regs, Objects to APRS?
- Dec 10, 2012Thanks James but that is why I was wanting to convert them into Objects (under my direct control).
I just trying to find loopholes I can use to my advantage since OFCOM over here don't allow us to use un-attended beacons without humping through all sorts of hoops.
And the use of APRS RF would be an absolute last resort.
On 10/12/2012 14:06, James Ewen wrote:
On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 1:22 AM, Colin XSD <m0xsd@...> wrote:
> Is it possible to take received packets from a non-amateur system
> (possibly a balloon on a non-standard APRS frequency) and automatically
> convert them into APRS Objects?
Canadian regulations prohibit retransmission of transmissions from
another service. The rule was written so that people don't
automatically repeat audio from another service into the amateur band.
Listening to packets from another service and resending them on APRS
"could" be seen as a similar issue, *OR* one could argue that they
were transmitting the packets on behalf of a third party...
Similar precedents are already in place... NWS weather warnings,
earthquakes, etc are a somewhat similar situation.
Steve had talked about tracking a lifeboat in a similar fashion as
well, which was less than overwhelmingly supported.
You really would have to look at the concept from all perspectives,
and decide on whether what you are wanting to do is of benefit by
placing the information onto the APRS RF network.
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