I received my amateur radio license in 1989. I have 2 sons who also have theirs; Todd, NØUTI , and Craig, NØUTH. Here in the Mulvane, KS, area I have the packet network nodes MLV07 on 145.07 mHz. I operate the NØKTA voice repeater on 443.55 mHz and the N0KTA voice repeater on 146.715 mHz here in Mulvane.
APRS has recently gained my attention and I have the wide area digi N0KTA near Mulvane and sponsor K0HAM-13 near Matfield Green. My home station N0KTA-2 is an Internet Gateway for APRS. I also have a home weather station hooked to APRS and a weather uplink site www.croftjohnson.net/wx.
I have owned a 1976 Bronco since 1979 and my wife drives a 2005 Grand Cherokee Limited. We enjoy off-roading, especially on the trails in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. My son, Todd, has a 1999 Jeep TJ that he built up for some heavy duty off-roading. We have been going to Lake City, Colorado, since 1980 and have experienced some great times off-roading in the San Juans.
Above Bridal Veil Going to Carson Bronco and Jeep Todd's Jeep
American Basin All six of us
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http://www.ariss.net/ Who is digipeating through the Space Station?
http://www.byonics.com/ TinyTrak information
http://www.findu.com/ An APRS search page.
www.aprs.kcaprs.org (Kansas City area APRS)
www.tapr.org/aprs.html Info on APRS and gps fromTAPR
www.ui-view.org Excellent APRS software
APRS search page.
Position location site
(APRS is a registered trademark of APRS Software and Bob Bruninga, WB4APR.)
Working AO-27 satellite from Cinnamon Pass, San Juan Mts., Colorado, 12,840 feet.
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