14754Re: [tracker2] Re: Anyone know when Scott will be back?
- Sep 3, 2012Jordan,
That sounds like a fun challenge from a Ham perspective!
Have you considered HSMM-Mesh as well?
It might be interesting to try to capture text and handle
it both ways via APRS VHF/UHF and HF.
That could be the best of both worlds, high-speed high-
bandwidth local wireless "internet", and essential text communication
regional, national, and international.
Certainly in Emcomm, including DMAT's (Disaster Medical
Assistance Teams)) there is a need for intense local data sharing
among teams that may be 100 yards or several miles apart - while
text, voice, and perhaps compressed images (DSSTV?) may be adequate
for external comms.
I have just been informed that Winlink has finally allowed
an open-source Linux version so perhaps that could be part of the
mix as well?
> Lots of APRS activity :-)--
> We at the Black Rock Amateur Radio Association have put a bunch of work
> into providing amateur infrastructure out there year-round: APRS
> digipeaters (GERLCH and RAZOR), a UHF repeater, IRLP and Echolink
> connections, and even a VoIP-based phone patch where there's no cellular
> telephone service.
Thanks! & 73, KD4E.com
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