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KD7UHR HF RMS Gateway testing new antenna and additional frequencies

The KD7UHR HF RMS Gateway continues to support the latest operational versions of WINMOR, VARA, and ARDOP but while testing a newly built and deployed broadband butterfly terminated dipole (BBTD) antenna, is now able to connect on four HF bands (80m, 40m, 30m, & 20m) to hopefully support a wider range of users over a greater area and more varied propagation conditions.

I appreciate your continued connection attempts and any feedback on this antenna's performance if you happen to be a regular patron of the KD7UHR gateway!

73
Neil
KD7UHR

17 meters dropped on Mexico and Central America Gateways.

To reduce the scan time cycle and realizing 17 meters is not effective these days, we have ended its use.
Managed gateways affected:

XE1VP XE2BNC XE1CRG YS1YS HPICOE HR0COP HI8COE TG0CND TIOBCR YN1SN

Refresh your channel lists.
Almost no connects since 17 meters was added.

IS0GRB Winlink server on QO-100 Geostationary SAT 26°Est Dial 10489.635 MHz USB

Good morning, taking as reference a future trip of my friend IS0EZZ solitary navigator, i activated in test the IS0GRB winlink server on Es'Hail-2 (QO-100) Geostationary SAT on 26° Est, Dial RX frequency 10489.635 MHz USB (uplink Dial TX frequency 2400.135 MHz USB)
It would be interesting to be able to carry out tests for sending and receiving emails, useful for those traveling by mobile, in caravan or in navigation where internet is not accessible. All modes are supported, Winmor, Ardop and VARA modem for high-speed file transfers

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