Discussion:
SGARN Multicast Problem (hopefully) Resolved
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Charles Brabham n5pvl-eeV24iX8Xvtg9hUCZPvPmw@public.gmane.org [linuxham]
2014-09-26 22:25:23 UTC
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It looks good on this end. Will be on tonight, would appreciate signal
reports.

Call: N5PVL

Locator: DM80di

Frequency: 10.142.0 or possibly 10.142.2 - 10.142.4 USB +1000 ( One of
these, depending on ongoing activity on frequency. )

Time: 0200-1000 UTC

Mode: MT63-500L

Content: ARRL Bulletins, SGARN Txt and HTML - Emergency information
during emergencies.

Note: The best way to utilize this server is to get set up when it
starts in the evening, then let your system listen overnight and see
what you have in the morning. The first hour is usually subject to
interference that drops off later on.

Note that by tuning in for the SGARN overnight multicast, you not
only get the latest ARRL bulletins but an idea of overnight
propagation conditions on 30 meters.

More information and details about monitoring SGARN multicasts at:

http://www.sgarn.org/forum_library/index.php?topic=9.0

Comments and reception reports always appreciated.


73 DE Charles, N5PVL
http://www.sgarn.org


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David Jolley k7dv.dave-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org [linuxham]
2014-09-27 13:26:21 UTC
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What is (I'm sorry for being clueless) SGARN

Sent from my iPad
Post by Charles Brabham n5pvl-***@public.gmane.org [linuxham]
It looks good on this end. Will be on tonight, would appreciate signal
reports.
Call: N5PVL
Locator: DM80di
Frequency: 10.142.0 or possibly 10.142.2 - 10.142.4 USB +1000 ( One of
these, depending on ongoing activity on frequency. )
Time: 0200-1000 UTC
Mode: MT63-500L
Content: ARRL Bulletins, SGARN Txt and HTML - Emergency information
during emergencies.
Note: The best way to utilize this server is to get set up when it
starts in the evening, then let your system listen overnight and see
what you have in the morning. The first hour is usually subject to
interference that drops off later on.
Note that by tuning in for the SGARN overnight multicast, you not
only get the latest ARRL bulletins but an idea of overnight
propagation conditions on 30 meters.
http://www.sgarn.org/forum_library/index.php?topic=9.0
Comments and reception reports always appreciated.
73 DE Charles, N5PVL
http://www.sgarn.org
Charles Brabham n5pvl-eeV24iX8Xvtg9hUCZPvPmw@public.gmane.org [linuxham]
2014-09-27 13:44:21 UTC
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Howdy David,

The Second Generation Amateur Radio Network (SGARN) is a new digital
network developed from an analysis of the failure points of old Packet
Radio network. Things are done quite differently with SGARN, in an
attempt to address those points of failure.

More detailed information about SGARN and its network design can be
found at the SGARN website:

http://www.sgarn.org

There are a number of articles in the Library section that outline
various aspects of SGARN-compliant operation, and the network philosophy.

Thanks for your interest.

73 DE Charles, N5PVL
Post by David Jolley k7dv.dave-***@public.gmane.org [linuxham]
What is (I'm sorry for being clueless) SGARN
Sent from my iPad
Post by Charles Brabham n5pvl-***@public.gmane.org [linuxham]
It looks good on this end. Will be on tonight, would appreciate signal
reports.
Call: N5PVL
Locator: DM80di
Frequency: 10.142.0 or possibly 10.142.2 - 10.142.4 USB +1000 ( One of
these, depending on ongoing activity on frequency. )
Time: 0200-1000 UTC
Mode: MT63-500L
Content: ARRL Bulletins, SGARN Txt and HTML - Emergency information
during emergencies.
Note: The best way to utilize this server is to get set up when it
starts in the evening, then let your system listen overnight and see
what you have in the morning. The first hour is usually subject to
interference that drops off later on.
Note that by tuning in for the SGARN overnight multicast, you not
only get the latest ARRL bulletins but an idea of overnight
propagation conditions on 30 meters.
http://www.sgarn.org/forum_library/index.php?topic=9.0
Comments and reception reports always appreciated.
73 DE Charles, N5PVL
http://www.sgarn.org
Geoff NW7GM geoff.nw7gm-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org [linuxham]
2014-09-27 14:02:23 UTC
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This explains it all.

http://www.sgarn.org
Post by David Jolley k7dv.dave-***@public.gmane.org [linuxham]
What is (I'm sorry for being clueless) SGARN
Sent from my iPad
It looks good on this end. Will be on tonight, would appreciate signal
reports.
Call: N5PVL
Locator: DM80di
Frequency: 10.142.0 or possibly 10.142.2 - 10.142.4 USB +1000 ( One of
these, depending on ongoing activity on frequency. )
Time: 0200-1000 UTC
Mode: MT63-500L
Content: ARRL Bulletins, SGARN Txt and HTML - Emergency information
during emergencies.
Note: The best way to utilize this server is to get set up when it
starts in the evening, then let your system listen overnight and see
what you have in the morning. The first hour is usually subject to
interference that drops off later on.
Note that by tuning in for the SGARN overnight multicast, you not
only get the latest ARRL bulletins but an idea of overnight
propagation conditions on 30 meters.
http://www.sgarn.org/forum_library/index.php?topic=9.0
Comments and reception reports always appreciated.
73 DE Charles, N5PVL
http://www.sgarn.org
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Geoff, NW7GM
Seattle, WA
CN87tr
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