WB4APR's SITE MAP

ANTENNAS:

  • 55' Irrigation Pipe 35 lb push up mast
  • AO-40 Portable Dish Antenna
  • Adding a Sband feed to a 3m TVRO dish: Feed photo, Installed Photo, The SKY track.
  • Automatic Satellite Tracking with the Radio Shack $64 Rotator
  • Mobile Satellite Beams

    APRS SPEC:

  • APRS Main Page
  • APRS SPEC Errata Page, a precursor to APRS1.1
  • Spec Addendum 1.1 (approved)
  • Spec Addendum 1.2 (pending)

    APRS Mobile and Satellite Operations

  • Local Voice Repeater Objects to help travelers find local frequencies
  • APRS Voice Alert universal contact channel to help mobiles find each other
  • Setups for the Kenwood D700 mobile
  • APRS via the AO-40 satellite

    APRS Network:

  • APRS Field Day Recommendations
  • Fixing 144.39, using the New n-N Paradigm
  • APRS in the national parks
  • Download Mile Marks file for USA
  • Super-Site Digipeaters some ideas...
  • Digi Plan for Marylaynd/Virginia
  • Fixing LA network or APRS in very high density areas
  • APRS-AT for APRS on the Appalachian Trail
  • NAVITRA Interface for APRS in Japan
  • APRS TouchTone System
  • LIVE local Maryland APRS activity map
  • A DIGI map of the USA showing APRS coverage

    APRS Direction Finding:

  • Direction Finding with APRS
  • Balloon Tracking with APRS using just a mobile and HT.

    APRN, Automatic Picture Relay Network (Mobile WEB-Cam network)

  • APRN

    AVRS, Automatic Voice Relay System (IRLP, EchoLink and I-Link, etc)

  • AVRS, an APRS Control and Display overlay for IRLP

    ARTICLES:

  • Using Amateur Radio for Education
  • ZIP-LAN for easy multi user local LAN
  • Using APRS for Cave Communications
  • Kids Radio Games, CONFLAGRATION
  • Introducing the Kenwood TH-D7 APRS HT
  • NAVITRA (APRS system in Japan)
  • Seventy free 9600 baud Packet channels on 2 Meters

    BALLOON TRACKING:

  • Balloon Tracking with APRS using just a mobile and HT.

    CAUSES:

  • Dark Sky fix to USNA street lighting
  • APRS-AT for APRS on the Appalachian Trail

    DX CLUSTERS and FORMATS

  • APRS plotting of DX spots

    ENERGY CONSERVATION:

  • Dark Sky fix to USNA street lighting
  • My Solar Powered PHEV

    EVENTS:

  • Using a D7 for data entry(troop scores at stations)...
  • PCsat's commemoration of Marconi's 100th and OSCAR-1's 40th Anniversary
  • Run For America. Tracking USNA runners to Groud Zero
  • Army/Navy Football Run 2005 , 2004 , 2003 , 2002 , 2001 , 2000 , 1999 , 1998 , 1998

    KIDS, SCOUTS and HAM Radio as a Teaching tool

  • Live List of all other SCOUT stations on the air
  • Scout Camps HAM Shacks
  • FRS Night. A way to get Youth on the radio.
  • APRS-AT for APRS on the Appalachian Trail
  • Kids Radio Games, CONFLAGRATION (radio Clue)
  • The USNA Radio Club W3ADO
  • Darth Vadar's on HAM radio
  • APRS at the 1998 Ft. AP Hill Jamboree
  • On Target Scout Explorers event

    Oceanographic Satellite Link Projects

  • a USNA Satellite Linked Oceangraphic Buoy?
  • Using APRS for tracking Hurricanes

    Replays and Demos

  • The Denver Balloon Flight
  • All the DIGIS in the USA

    Our Satellites!

  • The original PCsat launched 30 Sept 2001
  • PCSAT2 for launch on Shuttle STS-116 in May 2005
  • ANDE for launch on STS-114 Dec 2005
  • RAFT for launch on STS-114 Dec 2005
  • MARScom for launch on STS-114 Dec 2005
  • ParkinsonSAT ParkinsonSAT Remote Data Relay Satellite

    Satellite Stuff:

  • Using APRS on the ECHO satellite
  • APRS via the AO-40 satellite
  • PCsat web page
  • Sending Email via Satellite
  • APRS Satellite Tracking and Relay System (ASTARS)
  • CUBESAT and other small satellite project ideas
  • Satellite Tracking info pushed to HT/Mobile radio displays
  • Using the APRS packets system on the International Spaec Station
  • NATS-WEB satellite for free ride to GTO
  • The USNA Satellite Ground Station
  • PSK-31 Satellite Concepts
  • Starshine 6 Project
  • a USNA Satellite Linked Oceangraphic Buoy?
  • Doppler plot using DIGIPAN of NAVY OSCAR 25.

    Telemetry:

  • APRS Telemetry with the KPC-3+ and KPC-9612+ TNC's
  • MIM Module (Mic-E or Mic-Lite)


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    These ideas and concepts are posted here to stimulate student thinking about projects involving wireless communication technologies in their academic persuits. Nothing on these pages should be considered an endoresement by the government or by the Department of Defense.