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 KB0NXK ~ Mobile
 Kenwood TM-D700
 144.390 MHz 1200 Baud

 GATE,WIDE 1-1,WIDE2-2

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 KB0NXK-10 ~ APRS Digi
 Kantronics
 KPC 9612+ (9.1)
 Motorola M120
 144.39 MHz
 WIDE 1-1,WIDE2-2
 [Beacon][Digi][W3]
 [SSn-N]

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 KB0NXK-11 ~ APRS Digi
 Kantronics
 KPC 9612+ (9.1)
 Motorola M120
 445.925 MHz
 WIDE 1-1,WIDE2-2
 [Beacon][Digi][W3]
 [SSn-N]

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KB0NXK-10 and KB0NXK-11 digipeaters are up and running now. They are located 8.1 miles south of Jefferson City, Missouri on highway 54. The digi's elevation is about 850 feet above sea level. KB0NXK-10 and KB0NXK-11 are to be cross connected. KB0NXK-10 is on the VHF channel of 144.390 MHz at 1200 baud and KB0NXK-11 is on the UHF channel of 445.925 MHz at 9600 baud. Add GATE to the beginning of your path to pass traffic between channels. Note this setup is experimental and will gate either way. Normally you not gate from 9600 baud to 1200 baud. Also I having a issue with the 9600 baud side not transmitting and I working on it. I can get it to connect to a node, the mobile, but not getting any menus. May need to go from the D700 back to the KB0NXK-1 that is the PBBS on the KPC-9612+. Here some data on the modifications to the GM300/M120 for injecting 9600 input. Looks on KPC-9612+ the XMITLVL to 100/175 with the 9600 on the low output setting.

 
 
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