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[aprssig] NetNodes, the future

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Wed Dec 29 17:36:12 UTC 2004

>>> ad6nh at arrl.net 12/29/04 11:33:41 AM >>>
>I'm in agreement here.  One of my biggest complaints 
>...is that I generally have to adjust my  path at several points 
>along my trip to get it to work correctly.  .... I want to set 
>RELAY,WIDE and be done with it...
>This is not happening with XXXXn-N.

Which is exactly why we want everyone to switch to the
new n-N paradigm.  It supports RELAY,WIDE universally 
everywhere.  and it avoids all the problems of the WIDEn-N 
which  is flooding APRS with QRM.

Yet it does allow efficient use of SSn-N for all local
use, it does allow WIDEn-N in the wide open spaces
and it does allow LINKn-N for long haul along the
nations long-haul corridors if needed.

Welcome to the new get-back-to-basics-and-work-
everywhere APRS...


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