[pskmail] PSKmail and TransArctic expedition]

  • From: Rolf DL0IMA <dl0ima@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 19:31:49 +0100

OK Rolf,

Thanks for your replay! I have read the PDF brochure about PSKmail operation. I 
would try PSKmail and PSK>APRS gate nearest days. There is a couple of 

1. I have to use the Windows on my notebook because of other navigation and 
communication programs (they run under WinXP). So, I would try your PSKmail for 
Windows as far as it will be available.

2. I have read that PSK servers have auto-determination of operation modes. Is 
it possible to transmit APRS data in 10.147 MHz on PSK31 mode (beacon 


-----Original Message-----
From: Rolf DL0IMA <dl0ima@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Rolf DL0IMA <dl0ima@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2009 11:53:34 +0100
Subject: Re: PSK and TransArctic expedition

Hallo Oleg,
dankefür deine Mail. Es freut mich wenn ich euch helfen kann und konnte.

Ja, mit PSKmail kann man bestimmt bei der Expedition gute Verbindungen machen.

a. kleine Mails sofort wie bei APRS ohne direkten Kontakt zu einem Server empfangen und senden.
b. Positionsreport in allen Arten
c Wetterberichte
d. und viel weitere Möglichkeiten.

PSKmail Windows, wir werden in den nächsten Tagen mit PSKmail Windows online gehen.
Ein Mitarbeiter von mir hat in 6 Monaten das Programm Linux übersetzt.

Das Programm steht dann bald zur Verfügung.

Ich habe auch ein kleines Soundkarteninterface in einem Kabel gemacht.
Siehe: http://www.pskmail.de/index.php?PSKmail-Technik:PSKmail-Interface:Interface-Anschaltung

Das Interface ist wasserdicht vergossen !

Alle Infos stehen auf der PSKmail Seite:

Sofern ihr einen Server einrichten möchtet
kann ich dir gerne mit einem:
Transceiver IC718
Server ( Rechner)
Antenne 30m 10147Khz Dial ( PSK>APRS Random)
und Zubehör helfen.
Sofern wir auf den Server zugreifen können via VNC, können wir immer neue Updates einpflegen...

Also, wir stehen euch gerne zur Verfügung

73 Rolf DK4XI DL0IMA

German Maritim Mobil Service Net INTERMAR

Rolf DL0IMA schrieb:
> Здравствуйте Олег, dankefür вашу почту. Я рад, если я могу помочь вам, > и мог бы.
> Да, с PSKmail может быть определена в экспедицию, чтобы хорошие связи.
> A. Малые почте сразу, как APRS без непосредственного контакта с > сервером для получения и отправки. B. Должность Доклад во всех видах C > Погода Д. и многие другие возможности. > PSKmail Windows, мы будем в ближайшие несколько дней с PSKmail Windows > идти в режиме онлайн. Работник шахты в 6 месяцев, программа > преобразует Linux.
> Программа будет представлена в ближайшее время.
> У меня также есть звуковая карта интерфейса кабель сделал. См.: > http://www.pskmail.de/index.php?PSKmail-Technik:PSKmail-Interface:Interface-Anschaltung >
> Интерфейс водонепроницаемая пролили!
> Все информацию можно найти на странице PSKmail:
> Если вы хотите установить сервер Я могу с удовольствием с Вами: > Приемопередатчики IC718 Сервер (компьютер) 30м антенна 10147Khz Dial > (PSK> APRS Случайные) и оборудование для оказания помощи. Если мы > сможем получить доступ к серверу через VNC, мы всегда можем вводить > новые обновления ...
> Итак, мы рады предоставить Вам
> 73 Рольф DK4XI DL0IMA
> Немецкий морской подвижной службы Чистое INTERMA
> Hello Oleg, dankefür your mail. I am glad if I can help you and could.
> Yes, with PSKmail can be determined in the expedition to make good > connections. > a. small mails immediately as APRS without direct contact to a server > to receive and send. b. Position Report in all types c Weather d. and > a lot more possibilities.
> http://www.pskmail.de/downloads/kurzinformation_psk_soft_uk.pdf
> PSKmail Windows, we will in the next few days with PSKmail Windows to > go online. An employee of mine has in 6 months, the program translates > Linux.
> The program is then made available soon.
> I also have a sound card interface in a cable made. See: > http://www.pskmail.de/index.php?PSKmail-Technik:PSKmail-Interface:Interface-Anschaltung >
> The interface is waterproof shed!
> All info can be found on the PSKmail page:
> If you want to set up a server I can be happy with you: Transceivers > IC718 Server (computer) 30m antenna 10147Khz Dial (PSK> APRS Random) > and equipment to help. If we can access the server via VNC, we can > always entering new updates ...
> So, we are pleased to provide you
> 73 Rolf DK4XI DL0IMA
> German Maritime Mobile Service Net INTERMAR
> *Hallo *
> see German Maritim Mobil Service Net  INTERMAR
> Map> 5000 yachts online
> Positionsreport-Map:
> www.intermar-ev.de/yachtpos.html
> Board-Panel:
> www.intermar-ev.de/yachtboardpanel.php?call= <Rufzeichen>
> z.B. www.intermar-ev.de/yachtboardpanel.php?call=DL8MAX-5
> Tracker:
> www.intermar-ev.de/yachttrack.php?call= <Rufzeichen>
> z.B. www.intermar-ev.de/yachttrack.php?call=DL8MAX-5
> 73  Rolf  DK4XI
> See: www.eu-mmsn.org and www.pskmail.de > http://www.pskmail.de/downloads/kurzinformation_psk_soft_uk.pdf
> 73 Rolf DL0IMA
> Neu: *INTERMAR LogBuch > http://www.intermar-ev.de/intermar-yachtlogbuch
> Олег К schrieb:
>> Dear Rolf,
>> I'm Oleg (UA3ATS/KK5NT), a head of radio communication of >> Around-Arctic expedition "Polar Ring" >> (http://www.ec-arctic.ru/eng/pr/). The expedition usually uses R3CA >> call-sign on the route (R3CA/0, R3CA/9, R3CA/m, etc.).
>> During our last journey in spring 2007, we extensively used APRS >> technique (as R3CA-7) in order to bring our position and hot >> information to HAM radio society as well as Internet users over the >> expedition web-site. The main parking frequency was around 14.103 MHz >> (European APRS network). However, our APRS activity in 2007 showed >> that such a common approach is completely unavailable for our case. >> In addition to the weaknesses of AX.25 protocol, we got a lot of >> transmitted stations just on the frequency (as a DIGIs, GATEs of >> anyhow+). So, less than 10% of our spots were captured by APRS >> stations and even less - forwarded to the Internet+
>> Here, let me say - we thank you kindly for your valuable help: as far >> as I know, a lot of our APRS spots were captured and forwarded to the >> Internet namely by your control station DL0IMA. Thanks again, Rolf!
>> Now, we are working hard under the upcoming expedition in spring >> 2009. Our main goal - the crossing of Arctic Ocean from Russia to >> Canada over the North Pole using the special cross-country vehicles >> on extra-low-pressure tires.
>> Thus, currently I analyze different ways to use APRS and e-mail >> facilities in that expedition. A very long path (more than 2000-3000 >> km) and relatively weak signals (RIG 100W, ANT GP 2,5m on the roof of >> the vehicle) force us to seek for a robust narrow-band modulation and >> respective control stations. Your PSKmail system and PSK activity in >> general seem to be the most promising ways here. Our route will go >> through the drifting-ice of central Arctic, so, from this viewpoint, >> our vehicles looks like a Yacht in the Ocean, hi!
>> So, I would ask you about possibility of our mutual collaboration in >> APRS and e-mail communication during the upcoming TransArctic >> expedition of 2009.
>> 73!
>> Oleg
>> >



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