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Come collegarsi al BBS IR0UGN

Il modo più semplice è utilizzare un software che si interfacci al soundmodem di UZ7HO. Il soundmodem ti permetterà di utilizzare i seguenti modi digitali disponibili su IR0UGN: AFSK 300Bd, BPSK 600Bd, QPSK 2400Bd

Con il soundmodem high speed di UZ7HO potrai collegarti in modalità Manchester 4800Bd

Già sulla pagina di UZ7HO troverai Easyterm, ma potresti utilizzare UISS di ON6MU. Un'ottima guida per la configurazione di UISS ed il soundmodem è quella di Ivo I6IBE. Con UISS avrai la possibilità di collegarti, oltra che ai precedenti modi, anche in WINMOR.

Un altro software che utilizza la scheda sonora per trasmettere e ricevere modi digitali è FLDIGI. Con FLDIGI potrai collegarti al BBS in BPSK250.

Se invece, sei un felice possessore di modem SCS DSP Tracker, potrai utilizzare non solo i modi AFSK, ma anche Robust Packet a 300 e 600Bd.

In questo caso il terminale da utilizzare potrà essere uno qualsiasi che funzioni in KISS mode oppure PAXON o Simple32.

Con la modalità KISS ed AGWPE puoi usare anche Outpost (istruzioni).
Per l'utilizzo del modo ARDOP, purtroppo al momento non vi sono software specifici per Windows ma puoi comunque utilizzare ARIM che funziona con cygwin.

Se vuoi collegare il BBS IR0UGN con un modem HAL per utilizzare la modulazione CLOVER, puoi usare il software DSPWin.

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By convention PACTOR uses USB (Upper Side Band) at IR0UGN with high low frequency tones set to:
MARK 1600Hz
SPACE 1400Hz
CENTER is (MARK+SPACE)/2 = 1500Hz

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Frequencies and calls for BBS

Pactor Call
RPR - Winmor - FSK - ARDOP Call  Frequency
Wave
length
Mode Time UTC Modulation  Service  Antenna Radio Note
IR0UGN IR0UGN-8 7048.00 kHz (Mark)
7046.40 kHz (Dial)
[8 sec scan]
 40m  USB  24/h
Pactor
RPR600
Winmor
ARDOP
BPSK250 +1500Hz
CLOVER

BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat PST-24TV IC-756 Pro3  
IR0UGN IR0UGN-8 14094.00 kHz (Mark)
14092.40 kHz (Dial)
[8 sec scan]
 20m  USB  24/h
Pactor
RPR600
Winmor
ARDOP
BPSK250 +1500Hz
CLOVER

BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat PST-24TV IC-756 Pro3  
  IR0UGN-8 21107.40 kHz
[8 sec scan]
 15m  USB  05 - 20
 
RPR600
Winmor
ARDOP
BPSK250 +1500Hz
CLOVER
BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat PST-24TV IC-756 Pro3  
  IR0UGN-8 10147.30 kHz   30m  USB  24/h
Robust Packet 600 (RPR600)
AFSK 300Bd +2000Hz
AFSK 300Bd +2400Hz
ARDOP

BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat MFJ-1795W TS-480HX  
  IR0UGN-8 18114.40 kHz
 17m  USB  24/h
ARDOP
BPSK 600Bd +1700Hz
Winmor
BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat Multiple C-Whip antennas dipole homemade IC-756  
  IR0UGN-8 28310.00 kHz
[4 sec scan]
 10m  USB  24/h
Winmor
BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat Maldol HUV-8 IC-7400

 

  IR0UGN-8 24931.00 kHz
[4 sec scan]
 12m  USB  17 - 05
Winmor
BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat Maldol HUV-8 IC-7400  
  IR0UGN-8 50.63125 MHz
[4 sec scan]
 6m  FM  24/h
VARA FM
Packet 1200
BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat Maldol HUV-8 IC-7400  
  IR0UGN-8 3610.00 kHz
[4 sec scan]
 80m  USB  17 - 05
Winmor 
BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat Maldol HUV-8 IC-7400  
  IR0UGN-8 144.825 MHz
[4 sec scan]
 2m  FM  24/h
VARA FM
Packet 1200
BBS - BPQ Node - BPQ Chat Diamond A-1430 IC-7400  

- On the same HT freq also:   DB0ZAV  - IK0MIL - UT1HZM - RC8SB - DA5UDI - HB9AK

- IR0UGN  permette il passaggio dei messaggi WLNK-1 APRSLink

If you are looking for the WinLink frequencies of IR0UGN, the page is here.

Forward via radio

 Callsign BBS  Mode  Frequency  UTC Time
 GB7CIP  Pactor 3  14.1089 MHz  08:00 - 19:00
 GB7CIP  Pactor 3  7.0499 MHz  08:00 - 19:00
 F3KT  Pactor 2  14.0959 MHz  08:00 - 19:00
 F3KT  Pactor 2  7.0464 MHz  08:00 - 19:00
 IQ2LB-1  VARA  10.1455 MHz  19:00 - 22:00
 RC8SB  Pactor 4  7.0499 MHz  19:00 - 22:00


If you want to do BBS forwarding or/and 
node forwarding with your BPQ please write to me
NODECALL IR0UGN-2
BPQBBSCALL IR0UGN-8
BPQCHATCALL UGNCHT:IR0UGN-7
G8BPQ Broadcast nodes to: MAP IR0UGN-2 kwos.dyndns.org UDP 10093 B
BBS HA: IR0UGN.ILAZ.ITA.EU

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BQP_connections_listing

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BPQ Software configuration extract

For who uses BPQ software or who knows how it works, could be useful seeing my rig control section to better know how the frequencies are in scanning.

; These are dial frequencies for the IC-756 ProIII
; RMSHF = WinLink RMS Frequency applicable only for PACTOR. For other modes see Applications
; BBS = G8BPQ BBS Frequency applicable only for PACTOR. For other modes see Applications
;
; HOURS ARE UTC
; 00:00
  8,7.04840,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=RMSHF
  8,7.04640,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=BBS
  8,14.09240,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=BBS
  05:00  
  8,7.04840,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=RMSHF
  8,7.04640,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=BBS
  8,14.10890,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=RMSHF
  8,14.09240,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=BBS
8,21.10740,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=RMSHF
  20:00
  8,7.04840,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=RMSHF
  8,7.04640,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=BBS
  8,14.09240,USB,A1,F1,W2,P1234,R1,APPL=BBS
; These are dial frequencies for the IC-756
;
; HOURS ARE UTC
; 00:00
200,18.11440,USB,A2
; These are dial frequencies for the TS-480HX
;
; HOURS ARE UTC
; 00:00
200,10.14730,USB,A1
; These are dial frequencies for the IC-7400
;
; HOURS ARE UTC
; 00:00
8,28.31000,USB,A2
8,24.93100,USB,A2
8,50.63125,FM,A2

; Applications
; If you use PACTOR mode you have to call IR0UGN and use the right frequency listed
; in the Rig Control
; If you use WINMOR or ARDOP you have to call the right Application call
; (ie. IR0UGN for RMS, IR0UGN-8 for BBS and so on)
;
APPLICATION 1,BBS,,IR0UGN-8,UGNBBS,255 ; BBS Call
APPLICATION 2,RMS,C 4 CMS,IR0UGN-10,UGNRMS,255      ; Used only internally for forward (see RMS in BPQMail)
APPLICATION 3,CHAT,,IR0UGN-7,UGNCHT,255 ; BPQ Chat
APPLICATION 4,RMSHF,C 4 CMS,IR0UGN,UGNRHF,255       ; Official WINLINK CALL
APPLICATION 6,DX,C 4 HOST 1 S,IR0UGN-6,UGNDX,255    ; Use the CMDPORT to link the CC-Cluster


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Questo Nodo, BBS e Winlink gateway è reso possibile grazie ad uno dei software più importanti e longevi scritti nel mondo delle comunicazioni digitali e automatiche radioamatoriali: BPQ. Scritto da John Wiseman G8BPQ

This Node, BBS and Winlink gateway is possible thanks to one of the most important and longeve software written in the world of digital and automatic radio amateur communications: BPQ. Written by John Wiseman G8BPQ