Welcome to the Northwest Automatic Packet Reporting
System (NWAPRS) web pages!
NWAPRS supports APRS events, activities
and amateur radio enthusiasts primarily in British Columbia, Alberta, Northwest
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. In reality we offer support to all who
need it with these web pages and the NWAPRS mailing list.
Enjoy your visit, and come back often!
Check NWAPRS Blog for website and maillist updates
Tune APRS across North America on 144.39s 12kbd. Mobile path is
WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1, fixed-station path WIDE2-2.
Puget Sound alternate APRS on 144.35s and 440.800s at 96kbd, use same path as
NWAPRS Site Table of
NWAPRS STATION SETTINGS: Home Station |
Portable/Mobile Tracker | WIDEn-N
Digipeater** | WIDEn-N/WX Digi | Fill-In Digi
NWAPRS supports the national APRS settings. Check
the links above for details.
NWAPRS default path is WIDE2-2
for fixed stations, WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 or WIDE2-2 for mobiles, or no path if it
Check out this page
for adding your IRLP and ECHOLINK objects to APRS
TOY: AvMap Geosat 6 APRS
now available from your favorite ham radio dealer.
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Callsign lookup via APRS: Send APRS msg to DOQRZ, put callsign in text
field and send.
Copyright @1996-2012 David Dobbins, K7GPS. APRS is a registered trademark of
Bob Bruninga, WB4APR.
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