Activity in Statesboro-Savannah Area?
Is anyone from the Statesboro-Savannah (GA-USA) area
Integrated APRS/D-Star systems sound like an excellent
redundant-wireless communication network to backstop
vulnerable wired, cellphone, and Internet networks.
Integrating the currently isolated strings of networks
on 2/220/440/9600 plus APRS and D-Star deepens the density
Developing 440 makes sense, as does folding-in 9600 and
220, along with 2M.
Thanks! & 73, KD4E.com
David Colburn - Nevils, Georgia USA
Android for Hams: groups.yahoo.com/group/hamdroid
Restored to design-spec at Heaven's gate 1Cor15:22
Perry Chamberlain <canoeman@...>
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The icom ID-31A has built in gps, and its already forwarding Dprs packets under dstar, to the findu IS.
But this radio looks like it will have so many more uses. Hope it doesnt take too long for this to come out. (impatient ham)
I mean, wow, a built in linux machine. :-)
On May 22, 2012, at 11:48 AM, "qrv@..." <qrv@...> wrote:
"John D. Hays" <john@...>
I went to Dayton and the one thing on my shopping list was an ID-31A (I have 3 other D-STAR radios). I won an ID-31A as a door prize at the D-STAR Pizza dinner Thursday night!toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Great little handheld. I like that it keeps a database of D-STAR repeater locations (I need to refresh from http://www.dstarinfo.com/downloads-for-icom-software.aspx) and using the built-in GPS, I can select repeaters "near me" ... cool. It was fun as I passed through airports along the route.
I have already plugged a USB GPS into the UDR56K (CPU board) and loaded gpsd (a daemon many programs use for GPS data) - it loaded and worked right away. Once the UDR56K is fully up, this will be the basis for sending GPS positions via D-STAR, APRS, AX.25, etc. :) The mass storage is a microSD, so keeping a database of infrastructure (frequency, location, etc.) is a natural.
John D. Hays
On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 12:28 PM, Perry Chamberlain <canoeman@...> wrote:
Sander Pool <sander_pool@...>
I agree that's a great feature. I think Kenwood missed an opportunity with the D72 to do the same. How easy would it have been to allow coordinates to be stored with memory items and then show the 10 nearest based on the internal GPS. Just a matter of code :)
On 5/22/2012 3:47 PM, John D. Hays wrote:
and using the built-in GPS, I can select repeaters "near me" ... cool. It was fun as I passed through airports along the route.