Satellite Simulated Emergency Test. For Voice birds: . . . .
[proposed] Net controls take check-ins of position and status from field stations. Using only a Handheld! You can send your Satellite EMail from the Kenwood TH-D7(g) shown above, or the new Yaesu VX-8R (or the TM-D700 and 710 APRS mobile radios) via PCSAT-1, ISS, or GO32. . . Just press the MSG button, select INPUT on the MSG Menu, enter EMAIL as the address, and make the first text of the message be an email address followed by your message. .
ASTARS: an APRS Satellite Tracking and Reporting System. ASTARS SATELLITES: ASTARS stands for APRS Satellite Tracking and Reporting System and refers to digital relay satellites and the global APRS internet linked system of ground stations that tie it all together into full time 24/7 access to these downlinks on the web (See ISS) and (See PCsat).
These satellites dating back to 1998 also allow end-user-to-end user real-time digital data exchange typically between mobiles and handhelds. . Email from handhelds is easy using any of the Kenwood or Yaesu APRS walkie-talkies. See the Satellite Simulated Emergency Test page. Tracking: And you don't need any tracking software to know when to operate these birds on a daily basis. See how. APRS Information. An Introduction to Automatic Packet/Position Reporting System Reporting System (APRS) Bob Bruninga, WB4APR APRS is a registered trademark of APRS Software and Bob Bruninga, WB4APR.
What is APRS? APRS-IS. Automatic Packet Reporting System. APRS beacon transmitter with GPS receiver.
Automatic Packet Reporting System (APRS) is an amateur radio-based system for real time tactical digital communications of information of immediate value in the local area. In addition, all such data is ingested into the APRS Internet System (APRS-IS) and distributed globally for ubiquitous and immediate access. Along with messages, alerts, announcements, and bulletins, the most visible aspect of APRS is its map display. APRS: Automatic Packet Reporting System.