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Date Category Description
 4/10/2010 APRS
Software
OpenAPRS iPhone Edition
OpenAPRS iPhone Edition brings the world of APRS right to your iPhone. Paired with iPhone’s built in map engine, Internet connection and GPS, OpenAPRS gives you access to check your APRS messages, beacon your position and view other Amateur Radio operators anywhere in the world.
 4/10/2010 Packet Radio
Software
XPWare Packet Software for Windows
Welcome to XPWARE Communications Software
I have decided to post the registration generation programs for both my  DOS and Windows (XPWIN) programs on this page.  Please feel free to use  them as you see fit.  This site will remain open until I run out of space at  www.glaswerks.com.   These programs are now deemed as Freeware.
73 Gary KF7XP
 4/10/2010 Ham Radio
Software
EchoLink iPhone
What is EchoLink for iPhone?

EchoLink for iPhone is an edition of the EchoLink software that runs on an iPhone or iPod touch. If you own one of these devices and are a validated EchoLink user, you can access the EchoLink system from nearly anywhere where WiFi networking is available. If you have an iPhone, you can also use it to access EchoLink over the cellular data (3G or EDGE) network. EchoLink for iPhone is available free of charge from Apple's App Store.
 4/10/2010 Ham Radio
Software
Introducing EchoLink
EchoLink software allows licensed Amateur Radio stations to communicate with one another over the Internet, using streaming-audio technology. The program allows worldwide connections to be made between stations, or from computer to station, greatly enhancing Amateur Radio's communications capabilities.
 4/10/2010 APRS
Hardware
OpenTracker - Argent Data Systems
The OpenTracker is an APRS tracker that can also receive data from other stations and has waypoint output capability. Use the OT1 to report position, course and speed, time, and altitude when connected to a GPS -- not just from a vehicle, but anything, including a bicycle, weather balloon, or backpack.
 4/10/2010 APRS
Software
Google Maps APRS
APRS.fi displays a Google map that following APRS stations. Enter the call sign of the aprs station(s) you want to track.
 4/10/2010 APRS
Hardware
Byonics - TinyTrak4 GPS Position Encoder
TinyTrak4 takes the features of the popular Byonics TinyTrak3Plus and adds...
* DSP Packet Decoding - Using software DSP, the TinyTrak4 can not only decode 1200 baud packet, but also 9600 baud, and 300 baud packet, DTMF, and more. Since the decoding is not hardware based, new demodulation capabilities can be added to existing TinyTrak4s.
* Field Upgradeability - New firmware can be downloaded for free from the TinyTrak4 website and sent to the TinyTrak4 with a computer serial port and a F-F null modem adapter.
* Analog & Digital Telemetry - TinyTrak4 can read temperature, battery voltage, and other analog and digital sources.
 4/10/2010 Packet Radio
Hardware
Varmint Al's & Mary Ann's Amateur Packet Radio Page
WB6YNM, Al Harral's excellent packet information page: Includes Sunday Packet Net - Roll Call Roster - Node Types - Connected - Unproto - Digi KaNode Strings - K-Net Nodes Info - Internet Access - Network Nodes - KPC-3 Hard Reset - KPC-3 Pit Falls - Old Laptop - Free Software - K-Net Definitions - K-Net Commands.
 4/9/2010 Nets
ARES Procedures
Yolo County ARES Net
The Yolo ARES net meets Monday night at 8:00 PM on the KE6YUV repeater- 146.970 MHz negative offset with a P.L. in 123.0


 4/9/2010 Nets
Radio Clubs
UC Davis: Safety Services- Be Part of UC Davis Amateur Radio
The UC Davis Amateur Radio Club holds a net on Mondays at 12:30 p.m. on the K6JRB repeater, 145.450 MHz - CTCSS 203.5, located on the UC Davis campus.
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