Introductions

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Everybody needs to get started in APRS, and different people want to start from different places. If you have written or found a good introductory article, capture it here for others to use.
 
Everybody needs to get started in APRS, and different people want to start from different places. If you have written or found a good introductory article, capture it here for others to use.
  
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==General==
 
*[[WhyAndHow|Getting Started with APRS - Why and How (by K6DBG)]]
 
*[[WhyAndHow|Getting Started with APRS - Why and How (by K6DBG)]]
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*[http://wetnet.net/~we7u/GETTING_STARTED_WITH_APRS_07041.pdf Brochure: "GETTING_STARTED_WITH_APRS, Rev 4/1/07"]
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==SAR-Related==
 
*[http://wetnet.net/~we7u/WASAR_2007.ppt WASAR 2007 Presentation: "Radio Tracking Your SAR Teams"]
 
*[http://wetnet.net/~we7u/WASAR_2007.ppt WASAR 2007 Presentation: "Radio Tracking Your SAR Teams"]
 
*[http://wetnet.net/~we7u/2007_SAR_Conf_Handout.pdf WASAR 2007 Handout: "Radio Tracking Your SAR Teams"]
 
*[http://wetnet.net/~we7u/2007_SAR_Conf_Handout.pdf WASAR 2007 Handout: "Radio Tracking Your SAR Teams"]
*[http://wetnet.net/~we7u/GETTING_STARTED_WITH_APRS_07041.pdf Brochure: "GETTING_STARTED_WITH_APRS, Rev 4/1/07"]
 
 
*[http://www.phillylinux.org/slides/aprs-20051003/ Where's that task team? Position mapping with xastir and amateur radio for Search and Rescue]
 
*[http://www.phillylinux.org/slides/aprs-20051003/ Where's that task team? Position mapping with xastir and amateur radio for Search and Rescue]

Revision as of 14:07, 17 August 2007

Introductions, gentle or otherwise...

Everybody needs to get started in APRS, and different people want to start from different places. If you have written or found a good introductory article, capture it here for others to use.

General

SAR-Related

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