[amsat-bb] Re: ISS APRS Emergency traffic: question for G6XCJ
eric at christensenplace.us
Sun Aug 19 19:11:11 PDT 2007
Apparently this is an experiment. From his QRZ bio (roughly translated
"At this time I conducting the experiments technical with APRS and
immediately the reaction of S.O.S in APRS in the qrg of 145.200/144.800
with reservations. I favour the word of S.O.S not Emergency. Us summers
in EU/CE not America."
Not a good idea if you ask me...
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David - M0ZLB wrote:
> Take a look at the QRZ listing for that call sign (!)
> Henk, PA3GUO wrote:
>> Looking at www.ariss.net I see:
>> 02:01:22:50 : G6XCJ]CQ,RS0ISS-4*,OI94SG,qAr,DF5FF-10:EMERGENCY TX PLSE RSVP +447877482840 GPS LOC TRUE. 145.225Mhz
>> (CTCSS:100hz monitored)
>> Two questions for G6XCJ:
>> 1) what uplink freq. did you use ?
>> 2) assuming this was a mistake, do you expect in real cases we call that number ?
>> I tried that number, and I was asked to hang up by a robot voice.
>> Seems you cannot call that number from outside the UK, so you may
>> want to review if that number is usefull for this purpose.
>> Thanks !
>> Henk, PA3GUO
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