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[aprssig] Object question

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Thu Dec 30 14:46:13 UTC 2004


jim,
OK, now I see that they use the "node" symbol.
But that is a generic symbol for level-4 routing nodes on
normal packet.

If we designated the ARRL symbol with "W" overlay so
that WinLINK would have a unique symbol of its very
own, that this wouild catch on?

If so, I'd be happy to officially list this Icon in the
APRS docs.

But who is the WinLINK guru and who can approach them
and suggest this possibility?

Bob


>>> spider at rivcom.net 12/29/04 11:32 PM >>>

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jacob Tennant" <k8jwt at adelphia.net>
To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2004 3:52 PM
Subject: Re: [aprssig] Object question


> WLNK-3>APWL2K,TCPIP*:;FM09AP   *292103z3938.75N/07957.50WnWL2K 
> Port,K8JWT,145.690,1200,MORGANTOWN,WV


Jacob,

You are not the owner of this packet.  What this is showing is your
Telpac 
Node.  Apparently you registered as having a Telpac Node and you are on
the 
WinLink list as being active TelPac Node.  If this is not the case, only
you 
can remove yourself from the WinLink list or on of the webmasters for
that 
site.
73,
Jim, WA6OFT




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