147.600 Packet

Steve s.monsey at att.net
Fri Oct 9 18:49:48 PDT 2009


Better yet...get back on 147.600, dust off that rig!  :-)

Steve N0FPF

On 10/9/2009 5:37 PM, Gary Fiber wrote:
> YOU better get off 147.600 pronto or I am going to tell the Frequency 
> USE police about your activities. ;)
> Darned two meter band is terribly crowded in the greater Seattle area. 
> So crowded my rig never scans just sits on one frequency, probably 
> would help if I actually started scan.
> Sheesh reminds me of the time when I was NUMBER 1 on the gps heard 
> list and made old K7GPS mad as my car sat all day and never moved.
> Might be about time to fire up the tracker and see if I can reclaim 
> that honor.
>
> Gary k8IZ
>
> At 11:07 PM 10/8/2009, you wrote:
>> > there's some winlink going on there.  dunno that it's "crowded" 
>> though.
>>
>> Much much more then winlink...   Even got the big fat idea to put
>> DRats on there.  Just about finished with my new file server and I'll
>> have up to 5 T of independent MP3's and MP4's ready for bit torrent
>> downloading...   :-)  (Just joking - or am I?)
>>
>> It would be very cool to have a some more IP activity on there.   It's
>> sure a lot simpler now with the BPQ32, AGW, NOS and all the Legacy
>> LInux tools.
>>
>> Bill
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> Gary Fiber K8IZ
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