Welcome to the
Northwest Automatic Packet Reporting System
The NWAPRS supports APRS events,
activities and amateur radio enthusiasts primarily in
British Columbia, Alberta, Northwest Territories,
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. In reality we offer
support to all who need it with these web pages and the
NWAPRS mailing list.
visit, and come back often!
Tune APRS across North America on
144.39s 12kbd. Mobile path is WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1, fixed-station
Puget Sound alternate APRS on 144.35s and 440.800s at 96kbd,
use same path as above.
NWAPRS Site Table of
Home Station |
Digi | Fill-In
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 flies
NOTE: WB4APR has updated KPC-3
digipeater settings. Check here for the changes (JUL 09)
Near Space Enthusiasts High Altitude Balloon Projects
and coming soon
External Links |
Mailing List |
NWAPRS Wiki Pages
| NWAPRS Java |
NWAPRS Webmaster |
Find K7GPS-9 on K6IB APRS Tracker |
Find a station on Finland site
| Find K7GPS-8 on
FINDU | APRS World
| Find K7GPS on FindU
Callsign lookup via APRS: Send
APRS msg to DOQRZ, put callsign in text field and send.
Copyright @1996-2010 David Dobbins, K7GPS. APRS is a
registered trademark of Bob Bruninga, WB4APR.
Homeland Security READY
AMERICA program recommends maintaining an emergency supply
kit with at least 3 days of supplies.
Get details here and BE PREPARED!
can help locate abducted children. Visit the AMBER Alert web
page for details.