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[aprssig] digined

J. Lance Cotton josecanuc at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 19:26:39 UTC 2004


The default INI file that comes with digined already has the WIDEn-N
rules in it, so you can modify those to meet your purpose.

I believe that you can have an unlimited number of "aliases" with
digined, simply by adding more rules.

-Lance KJ5O


On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 13:51:53 -0500, Wes Johnston <aprs at kd4rdb.com> wrote:
> Has anyone got an INI file for digined that shows how to do WIDEn-n digipeating?
>  I'm interested in doing something like this:
> IN      OUT
> --      ---
> wide7-7 wide3-2
> wide7-6 wide3-1
> wide7-5 wide3-0
> wide7-4 no digipeat
> wide7-3 no digipeat
> wide7-2 no digipeat
> wide7-1 no digipeat
> wide7-0 no digipeat
> 
> Much the same for wide6-x, wide5-x, wide4-x.  Wide3-x and Wide2-2 should behave
> normally.
> 
> Is there a limit to using WIDEn-n, LINKn-n, and other N-N systems?  I'm
> interested in possibly 4 or 5 aliases... WIDEn-n, SCn-n, I20LNKn-n, I95LNKn-n
> and possibly a few others.
> Wes
> 
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