|Location||Old Aberdeen, Aberdeen|
|Mode||AFSK 1200 APRS|
|Gateway||Receive-only (APRS-IS; planned not yet operational)|
|Looking Glass||in development...|
|NoV Issued||17 Dec 2019|
|Nov Expiry||16 May 2021|
When in range of MB7VX, send APRS packets on 144.800MHz.
To enable RF-to-RF communication locally, MB7VX may be used as a digipeater. It will digipeat packets according to the "new n-N Paradigm". In practice, this means that you should set your path to include at least "WIDE2-1" or at most "WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1".
Reports are encouraged and should be sent to email@example.com with the subject line "MB7VX Report".
While HamBSD matures, this station is currently controlled by the firmware of the transceiver.
MB7VX uses a Kenwood TM-D700 as its transciever.
A resonant feedline dipole is installed on the roof of the building.
22 meters of RG58 coax is used to connect the antenna and the radio.
A fixed-line internet connection is available at this site, but is not currently used.