How often is your 145.825 IGATE station online?

ALL the time (24/7)
15% (3 votes)
Most of the time
15% (3 votes)
About half the time
0% (0 votes)
Just during certain passes
15% (3 votes)
I don't run an IGATE
55% (11 votes)
Total votes: 20
N5VHO – Tue, 2007 – 10 – 30 09:40

New SatGate the UK.

Hello there,

After some testing I now have the G7JVN-6 SatGate running 24/7.

More info at: www.g7jvn.org

Submitted by G7JVN on Mon, 2010-03-22 06:12.

I've seen your packets

I've seen your packets digipeated via ISS many times. Your website was very helpful when I was trying to find out how to set up an Igate for ISS.
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Submitted by bags on Sat, 2008-03-22 07:23.

New ISS Igate

I only found out about APRS via the ISS recently after seeing several "odd" stations appear on my APRS map. I already run an APRS Igate on 144.8 MHz so I've used some old kit to set up a permanent receive only Igate on 145.825 MHz. It's worth doing to help out other radio amateurs outside the coverage of the earthbound APRS network or broadband internet.

73, Chris, G4HYG

Submitted by G4HYG on Tue, 2007-10-30 17:08.

Re: New ISS Igate

Hello Chris,

Excellent to be an ISS igate station!
Every APRS station (on the ground) who have also an internet
connection should do the same!!!
Only a few minutes work to configure UIVIEW and its
ready!
Look here for my easy IGATE guide:
http://iss.ontwikkel.nl/igate.html

Currently (31-Oct-2007) ISS aprs digipeater is
not active.
Probably it will come back soon (lets hope).

73's Cor PD0RKC
Hamradio in Space: http://iss.ontwikkel.nl

73's Cor PD0RKC

Submitted by pd0rkc on Wed, 2007-10-31 17:09.

Hello Cor, I've seen your

Hello Cor,

I've seen your packets digipeated via ISS many times. Your website was very helpful when I was trying to find out how to set up an Igate for ISS.

I agree with you that everyone who can should set up an Igate. It's easy!

Here are some details of my Igates:
http://www.crosscountrywireless.net/mb7ubn.htm

You don't need lots of expensive kit. I set both my Igates up with some very old equipment that some would consider to be obsolete.

73, Chris G4HYG

Submitted by G4HYG on Wed, 2007-10-31 18:14.
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