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Any ROS users (outside the U.S.)?

Discussion in 'Working Different Modes' started by N8YX, Dec 21, 2020.

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  1. N8YX

    N8YX Ham Member QRZ Page

    Curious to see how this mode and the ROS v7.4.0 application works for you. Would be fun to run it in monitor mode and see what others are doing with the package.

    Since there doesn't appear to be a Linux release for the program, also wondering what those of you running non-Windows hosts are doing - running it via WINE, creating a VM and installing it that way?

    Feedback and comments welcomed.
     
  2. ND6M

    ND6M Ham Member QRZ Page

    isn't ROS (incorrectly) ruled to be illegal to Tx in the U.S.

    "people" incorrectly say it is spread spectrum and convinced the FCC of that.
     
  3. W4KYR

    W4KYR Ham Member QRZ Page

    The only thing I could add to the conversation is that I saw a YouTube video on ROS that was posted by a Canadian ham (VE1XOP). Maybe he is on QRZ and someone can ask him.


     
  4. N8YX

    N8YX Ham Member QRZ Page

    Correct.

    The mode has a following elsewhere in the world (much like the UK 4M band does, as compared to our 6M allocation) and while we US hams currently can't transmit via ROS it may be fun to SWL what others are doing with it.
     
  5. KC2RGW

    KC2RGW Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    If the concept looks interesting, JS8Call has some similarities to it. It’s pretty ridiculous that people without any understanding of how ROS worked were able to ban it. Then again we’re still held back in time with the arcane data rate limits, likely by the same people.
     
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