A real-time spectrum analysis tool and an offline time-frequency browser
Various Amateur Radio Related OSX applications, Morse Mania is quite good.
I made an enquiry of the Radio Amateurs of Canada a few weeks ago about recipracal license agreements. Some countries require you to apply for a license for the duration of your stay, and this can be quite expensive. In this case the reply was most welcome news.
If you have a CEPT on your licence, you can operate without further ado in
Canada. You should also consult the Standards for the Operation of Radio
Guy Charron VA3FZA
Membership Services – Services aux membres
Radio Amateurs of/du Canada
720 Belfast Road
Ottawa, ON K1G 0Z5
Cheers Guy. As Ireland is a participant in CEPT I can just bring along my own license documentation.
So says Pat, N0HR. I must say, I like his analogies. Its a pity I hadn’t read this yesterday, when I would have been more prepared for questions.
Earlier today I had my own personal ‘driver’. I was operating as a ‘lead’ car in the AOL Sponsored cycling race sponsored by the Comeragh Cycling club. I managed to explain the basics of what we were doing to him (Base, 4 Cars, and at least 3 portable stations at strategic points). And I think he appreciated how useful it was to know where everyone was, but what blew his socks off was when the penny dropped as to what information APRS was providing to the guys back at base.
Hmmm, I wonder what fishing analogy could be used for APRS?
Firstly, I’m kinda impressed with that last post. It was entered on the keypad of my Kenwood TH-D7 Handheld Radio, sent as an APRS message, sent as email to a mail account, and then ‘popped’ from there and dropped onto the blog.
So, to get back to the title, apparently I have a small head, so Bob Heil told me in an email.
Continue reading Small Head
Test message from my kenwood thd7 handie
Find EI7IG-5 at http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=EI7IG-5
More info at http://www.aprs-is.net
Posted using Meow
A great story, very entertaining. As one of my winter projects I’m planning to get PSK-mail up and running, both as a server and as a client. The main delay at the moment is time and the slight annoyance that when I transmit, I stand a good chance of setting off the house alarm. I need to get rid of that problem first.