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[aprssig] NetNodes, the future

Chris Rose kb8uih at sbcglobal.net
Wed Dec 29 17:10:27 UTC 2004


  Hello,
  I set my Kenwoods to RELAY,WIDE,WIDE.  I haven't tried to set them for 
RELAY,WIDE2-2.  Now, with the changes to LinkN-n, etc. for whatever 
expressway you drive, it is more complicated than ever.  If someone can 
write me personally to help clear the mud on this issue, I would greatly 
appreciate it.  I am very confused on that issue.   If different regions of 
the country all set different parameters, you have to keep setting your rigs 
over and over depending on how far you travel and or where you travel. 
Hopefully I am not making it out to be more than it is but I won't know how 
to set my radio up for trips now.

  Thanks,
  Chris
  KB8UIH

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: "Phillip B. Pacier" <ad6nh at arrl.net>
  To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
  Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2004 11:33 AM
  Subject: Re: [aprssig] NetNodes, the future


  > AE5PL Lists wrote:
  >
  >>  RELAY,WIDE is KISS.
  >>RELAY,WIDE2-2 is KISS.  I352-2,I302-2, etc. is not KISS.  Making
  >>connections via AE5PL-10 from a mobile (or any other station) is not
  >>KISS.
  >>
  >>
  > I'm in agreement here.  One of my biggest complaints over the years of
  > travelling with my D7 in my truck is that I generally have to adjust my
  > path at several points along my trip to get it to work correctly.
  > Because Southern California currently does not support RELAY or WIDE
  > (I'm working to get that changed), I have to run WIDE2-2 in my mobile
  > here.  But, if I travel north or east, I may need to change to RELAY or
  > WIDE at some point along the trip.  As a mobile station, I want to set
  > RELAY,WIDE and be done with it and not have to worry about changing it
  > at any point.  The other advantage over using RELAY,WIDE is that if the
  > digis are set properly (and most of them are), the digi callsign
  > replaces the RELAY and/or the WIDE and you can see your packet path
  > later.  This is not happening with XXXXn-N.
  >
  > 73
  > Phil - AD6NH
  > http://www.aprsca.net







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