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The KK7CN and KD7OCG Automatic Position Reporting System utilizes Technology and High Mountain Top Digipeater sites to provide efficient reliable position reporting in Eastern Wyoming and Western Nebraska. This digipeater system covers a vast area from Kimball, NE to Elk Mtn,WY along I-80 and from Carr, CO to Glendo, Wy on I-25 on US 85 from Rockport, CO to Lance Creek, WY and on US 26 From Dwyer, WY to 18 miles south of Alliance, NE.From Keeline,WY to Harrison ,NE on US Hwy 20 and many other roads in this region. These Digipeaters utilize state of the art Transceivers and Terminal Node Controllers with maximum output power as well as using high gain phased antenna arrays. The power supply at each site has primary and secondary automatic switching in case of failure a relay will switch to the next power supply if both power supplies are down then they switch to battery so with two power supplies and a battery back up you can rely on uninterrupted communications. This System reports all positions to the nearest I-GATE and other Digipeaters outside of this system to exchange information. This sytem is open to any licensed Amateur Radio Operator to use and enjoy.
How to get started in APRS. The first step is to decide on what software and hardware you will be using. There is a wide variety of software for several different operating systems. Hardware is also quite extensive and is mostly your preference. The basic APRS home station requires the APRS program, a TNC (terminal node controller) and a radio. That's it! Nothing more is required. However, there is one more step that you want to do, and that is to register with the individual authors. By registering, your not only helping the authors keep up with the development tasks, but also it saves your setup data and makes starting the programs much simpler.Wyoming APRS digipeaters 144.390 mhz Enjoy 73 Randy KK7CN
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