28180 LSB @ 300 BAUD PACKET

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  1. LU9DCE

    LU9DCE Ham Member QRZ Page

    Good people I tell some news
    The packet is coming in 10mts
    to reactivate the 28180 LSB @ 300 BAUD
    in the frequency will be used (BBS and APRS)

    HF beacons for both bbs and aprs must not exceed a 5 minute interval
    Besides the normal use of the bbs for user, the main intention is the FWD (the sending of bulletins)
    only of the group WW (without 7 plus only clean messages in compressed text)

    APRS will be used to send a normal beacon and it will have to be set in IGATE mode
    to be able to send the beacons that are reviewed to the internet map

    The parameters to use will be the following within the possibilities you have to configure
    (they are the same as those used in the 105 network (http://wiki.complete.org/PacketRadioOnHF)

    DWAIT 0
    PACLEN 60
    MAXFRAME 1
    FRACK 5
    RESPTIME 0
    CHECK 30
    RETRY 15
    TXDELAY 20
    SLOTTIME 12
    PERSIST 63
    Tones 0 and 1 will become like this (1600) | (1800) having 1700hz as the center of frequency

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    I repeat the freq: 28180 LSB @ 300 BAUD
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  2. KA2FIR

    KA2FIR Ham Member QRZ Page

    I was active on 28105 LSB doing keyboard to keyboard QSO's in the 1980's. I don't recall 28180 LSB as a packet frequency. Propagation beacons operate in that range so I would avoid. I plan to get back onto HF and VHF packet to QSO with other ops and maybe get back into TCP/IP networking.
     
  3. LU9DCE

    LU9DCE Ham Member QRZ Page

    OK yes
    here in Argentina the regulation
    differs from other countries
    this is what is allowed here

    28120 28190 CW - DIGIMODOS - PACKET (PRIOTARIO)

    73 !!!
     
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