|Command (send message to DL0QW-12)
|Check connection to DL0QW-12
|hallo or hello or moin or 73 ... or vy ...
|callsign reference qrg mode [notice]
example oz7ccc/p oz/oz-012 7034.5 cw now qrv
if your APRS-callsign (minus SSID) is your callsign (plus /P) on the air, you can use a # as your callsign
example: on APRS = mw0gqy-7 # gw/nw-070 7034.5 cw now qrv
spots MW0GQY/P on GW/NW-070
Separator is always a *blank (space)
you can spot all references: Islands, Summits, Castles, WWFF, Lighthouses
If Camilla identifies the reference as a SOTA summit, she will also place a spot on SOTAwatch2. Spotting station is DL0QW
The order of the data is not important; however, the comment must always be made last
new The frequency can be given in kHz or MHz, only amateur radio frequencies are covered.
You will always get an answer from Camilla if the spot was spotted at GMA or at GMA and SOTA.
example: dx dl0gma/p 7035 GMA da/th-001 dlff-0128
This function is only valid for users registered in GMA.
|Set RBN Monitor
example: rbn dl0gma/p DA/TH-001
This function activates a 45 minute RBN monitor on DL0GMA/P. It spots you on GMA and associated spotting tools.
QSY or initial spots are then triggered automatically.
Another rbn-command overwrites the first (if you change the reference during the monitor period).
|Distance, antenna direction
|qrb Loc1 Loc2
example: qrb jo42ah jo34we
6-digit Maidenhead-Locator is required
returns distance in km, antenna direction and reverse antenna direction
|If the greeting on a Summit annoys you or you think it's spam, you can turn it off
Or turn it back on later.
Camilla will send you a confirmation each time
You can now also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and enter your callsign in the subject line.
|send ? or help
|send info for GMA information
|new send wcy for latest information from DK0WCY