Thanks Scott. I have helped a couple of guys get on but as yall can see I did not even understand how to properly set my units up. I was more concerned about audio level and blamed that too many times when I was not tracking. there are a lot of folks interested but just don't know where to start. I send them to your website for the proper parts.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Scott Miller <scott@...> wrote:
> I think there was a how-to book published about 10 years ago. Even if
> it was 5, it'd be woefully out of date. I've wanted to do some how-to
> videos for a while, and got as far as taking the camcorder to the
> office, but I've never had time to even write a script.
> Maybe one of these days I'll have a chance. Lately I'm in the office
> 8:00 to 5:00, plus a few more hours working at home in the evening, and
> Jennifer (my new temp) has been putting in over 30 hours a week helping
> me get caught up. But we're slowly getting through the backlog, and
> even getting ahead on some of the cables and stuff. Gotta teach her how
> to run the SR1 end panels through the milling machine tomorrow.
> dan wrote:
> > I am presently at the week long hamfest here in Quartzsite, Az. This
> > morning NB7O, Kevin, gave a pretty good talk on APRS and really plugged
> > the Argent equipment. Made me feel like I made the right decision in
> > buying from Scott. We have a lot of new folks getting into APRS and he
> > did a good job answering questions. Now, has anyone written a simple how
> > to book for newcomers? I began my aprs experience after attending this
> > ham fest last year and it has taken me a year to get as far as I have
> > with my 4 setups. Not until a couple of weeks back did I decide to ask
> > questions here and you guys fixed me right up. I would like to purchase
> > a simple "how to" book to share with others. So far, I have not found one.
> > Thanks,
> > Dan