Nat 2733E N6BRV
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Update 9/14/21: AREDN N6BRV-QTH node (View Activity) à N6BRV-QTH mesh status (local.mesh)
· Updated the Firmware today 9/13/21 to v 220.127.116.11
· Moving the AREDN dish around (still on the window sill) improved the data Rate from 7.5Mbps to ~14.0 to 19.6Mbps (doubled from 9/13/21)
· Using my computer to access the internet via the RF 5GHz link to AI6BX-10-RM5-XW-WEST (Sending this Email from Outlook)
· Testing WinLink connectivity.
I’ve been told that FCC is taking away some 2.4 and 3.4 GHz and that San Diego county AREDN mesh is undergoing transition to 5.8 GHz
There are some AREDN mesh nodes that seem to be active in Southern District. Not sure if they are useful:
· N0MIS (RF path through Clairmont Mesa Blvd) à N0MIS-FDCCU150 mesh status (local.mesh) Location: 32.785328 -117.029503
· K6IRF à K6IRF-HARPUSA-HAP-AC mesh status (local.mesh) Location: 34.081260 -117.713862
I believe ARC head quarters has an AREDN on the roof probably talking to Palomar 3.4 GHz node (not sure).
73' N6BRV Nat S.
From: main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io [mailto:main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io] On Behalf Of Bruce
Sent: Monday, September 13, 2021 5:33 PM
Subject: Re: [ARC2-SDICC] AREDN a quick report
For the update on AREDN!
This makes me wish I lived on the coast! I am waiting for a usable AREDN signal to my roof in Mira Mesa!!
Why can't there be an AREDN node be installed on "Black Mountain" ??
Until then all I have is VARA HF & VHF.
73 Bruce WA6DNT@... WA6DNT@ winlink.org Cell:619-890-0789 Red Cross DST NNC9RC
On 9/13/2021 12:35 PM, Nat 2733E N6BRV wrote: