I think you're right. Voice sounded like APRS TT and it repeated a few
times - I didn’t check it once a min or not
On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 9:37 PM Robert Bruninga <bruninga(a)usna.edu> wrote:
I think the APRStt voice response is the 1 minute id.
The APRS repeat I dont remember wha itr means...Maybe I can look it up.
On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 7:47 PM Brian Wilkins KO4AQF <bwilkins(a)gmail.com>
Tried it tonight with the D72A and sent DTMF on VFO B. A couple of times
“APRS TT” or “APRS Repeat” after transmitting. Might have been a
coincidence. I looked at the page and didn’t see my call listed so assume
it was for someone else
On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 5:45 PM Robert Bruninga <bruninga(a)usna.edu>
> Malking a DTMF grid report is trivial from any dual band radio and
> ONce you have loaded your grid and callsign
into a DTMF memory, all you
have to do is
> change the VHF uplink to 145.980 and downoink
on 145.825 and when the
bird is in view,
> TX the DTMF memory and listen for the VOICE
> You should also hear the APRS packet response and display it if the
is set for APRS.
> PSAT2 report that Grids have been captured
from these stations:
> 2021-05-04 20:19:08PSAT2-1>APOFF,ARISS,qAS,P43L-5:
> The QSO counter is up to 53
> To encode your Grid/Callsign into a single DTMF memory, go to:
> Bob, WB4APR
> On Sat, May 1, 2021 at 6:22 PM Robert Bruninga <bruninga(a)usna.edu>
>> PSAT2 appears to be operating normally after awakening on 26 April
>> from a 9 month sleep. All VHF and UHF functions are intact. The APRS
>> digi is off to encourage experimentation with other modes. Such as
>> DTMF Grids, PSK31, SSTV relay, HF voice SSB uplink, UHF FM down.
>> The latest Bulletin from PSAT2 on May 1 shows these callsigns have
>> used the DTMF Gridsquare report or sent a DTMF message. The goal of
>> this mode is to allow anyone with ANY radio to do a digital
>> communication without having to have a specialized APRS data mode.
>> ALl you need is a DTMF memory to store your callsign digits.
>> The latest QSO counter is 25.
>> Bob, WB4APR
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