[amsat-bb] TH-D72A through ISS digipeater?
kontakt at sp3qfe.net
Tue Sep 8 06:36:19 UTC 2015
RS0ISS is a callsing of the station with SSID -4 -3 etc.
ARISS is an alias for stations RS0ISS*and as Paul wrote also for station on
In the past it ARISS was also alias for station W3ADO-1 on NO-44, but not today.
So, if stations are working with the same alias, then you can connect with the
same APRS PATH configuration to few stations (with different call sign).
73, Armand SP3QFE
> Dnia 8 wrzesień 2015 o 03:49 Ron Wenig <rwenig at verizon.net> napisał(a):
> I use RS0ISS. What's the difference between RS0ISS and ARISS.
> 73, Ron NY3J
> On 9/7/2015 9:41 PM, Paul Stoetzer wrote:
> > Just a slight correction - the frequency is 145.825. W3ADO-1 is
> > necessary for NO-44 in it's current condition, but NO-84 should
> > respond to ARISS, PSAT, or APRSAT when the digipeater is on.
> > 73,
> > Paul, N8HM
> > On Mon, Sep 7, 2015 at 8:13 PM, Rick Tejera <saguaroastro at cox.net> wrote:
> >> Should be doable. remember to set the APRS path to ARISS.
> >> menu->APRS -> PacketPath -> Type -> Others -> path : ARISS (menu 3H1) Once
> >> entered press the Mhz Button and you should see an asterisk by "Others"
> >> With this you can switch back and forth between the new paradigm and ISS
> >> without having to enter it each time you switch. You can also append
> >> W3ADo-3
> >> for No-44 and W3ADO-5 for NO-84. Separate them with a comma.
> >> frequency is 145.85.
> >> Rick Tejera (K7TEJ)
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