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'''Licking County Packet Nodes'''
 
'''Licking County Packet Nodes'''
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'''Nodecall:''' KB8UVN-7<br>
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'''Nodealias:''' JTSW1<br>
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'''Software:''' G8BPQ Version 6<br>
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'''Operating Frequencies/Baudrates:'''<br>
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144.390 MHz 1200 Baud<br>
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145.590 MHz 1200 Baud<br>
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223.660 MHz 1200 Baud<br>
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440.150 MHz 1200 Baud<br>
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446.975 MHz 1200 Baud<br>
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'''Location:''' Johnstown, Ohio<br>
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'''Contact:''' <br>
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Matt, KB8UVN<br>
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KB8UVN@KB8UVN.#CMH.OH.USA.NOAM<br>
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kb8uvn@ohiopacket.org<br>
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The 223.660 Port is on a side mounted dipole pointed south towards Lancaster.<br>
 
The 223.660 Port is on a side mounted dipole pointed south towards Lancaster.<br>
 
The 223.420 Port is on a 4 element beam pointed west towards Worthington.<br>
 
The 223.420 Port is on a 4 element beam pointed west towards Worthington.<br>
 
  
 
Images of this system are available at http://ohiopacket.org/images/switches/JTSW2/
 
Images of this system are available at http://ohiopacket.org/images/switches/JTSW2/
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:15, 9 March 2014

Licking County Packet Nodes


Nodecall: KB8UVN-7
Nodealias: JTSW1
Software: G8BPQ Version 6
Operating Frequencies/Baudrates:
144.390 MHz 1200 Baud
145.590 MHz 1200 Baud
223.660 MHz 1200 Baud
440.150 MHz 1200 Baud
446.975 MHz 1200 Baud
Location: Johnstown, Ohio
Contact:
Matt, KB8UVN
KB8UVN@KB8UVN.#CMH.OH.USA.NOAM
kb8uvn@ohiopacket.org


Nodecall: KB8UVN-11
Nodealias: JTSW2
Software: G8BPQ Version 6
Operating Frequencies/Baudrates:
144.390 MHz 1200 Baud
145.010 MHz 1200 Baud
145.730 MHz 1200 Baud
223.420 MHz 1200 Baud
223.660 MHz 1200 Baud
440.150 MHz 1200 Baud
446.975 MHz 1200 Baud
Location: Johnstown, Ohio
Contact:
Matt, KB8UVN
KB8UVN@KB8UVN.#CMH.OH.USA.NOAM
kb8uvn@ohiopacket.org
Additional notes:
The 223.660 Port is on a side mounted dipole pointed south towards Lancaster.
The 223.420 Port is on a 4 element beam pointed west towards Worthington.

Images of this system are available at http://ohiopacket.org/images/switches/JTSW2/