[aprssig] Snowbird Country! Says no to WIDEn-N
Brian B. Riley
brianbr at mac.com
Thu Dec 30 15:11:16 CST 2004
Doesn't this want to be
>BLT 4 EVERY 01:00:00 START 00:50:00
to put a beacon on every 10 minute boundry.
Cheers ... 73 de brian, n1bq, underhill center, vermont
On 12/24/04 10:35 AM, "dick at kb7zva.com" <dick at kb7zva.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> 'Snowbirds' are winter visitors that enjoy our mild winter climate here in
> Our 60k population climbs to around 350k in the winter months. Yuma per capita
> more licensed hams than any city in the US.
> As of last night, KB7ZZA-1 (BLACK Mtn. digipeater) outside Yuma AZ. now
> supports the following params:
> BLT 1 EVERY 00:30:00 START 00:00:00
> BLT 2 EVERY 00:30:00 START 00:10:00
> BLT 3 EVERY 01:00:00 START 00:20:00
> BLT 4 EVERY 01:00:00 START 00:30:00
> LTP 1 APN383
> LTP 2 APN383
> LTP 3 APN383 VIA WIDE
> LTP 4 APN383 VIA WIDE,WIDE
> UIDIGI ON RELAY,WIDE,WIDE2-2,WIDE3-3
> UIFLOOD 8LNK,30,NOID
> UITRACE AZ,29
> 8LNKn-N covers the I-8 mobile corridor (east/west) from Gila Bend to San
> Diego, approximately 235 miles of I-8. Notice that WIDE2-2 and WIDE3-3 only
> get digipeated once.
> This has reduced APRS traffic on RF in Yuma, from 180 RF stations heard to
> 50-60. Most traffic was coming from L.A., Phoenix and San Diego, outside our
> local network. 6 Igates function beautifully for city-city comms:
> W9IF, San Diego CA
> N6EX-3, L.os Angeles CA
> KB7ZVA-1, Yuma AZ
> KD7MOG-1, Phoenix AZ
> WA6OFT, Parker, AZ.
> KE7XO-6, Las Vegas NV
> Other Igates show in these areas, but don't seem to be configured correctly.
> Example... The Tucson Igate hears some local traffic but is not fully
> Merry Christmas!
> Dick, KB7ZVA
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