[aprssig] DIGI ID rates for UIDIGI's now updated on WEB page
rtg at aapsc.com
Tue Nov 9 23:53:45 CST 2004
On Tue, 9 Nov 2004, Rick Green wrote:
> If you used something like:
> #1 every 18 minutes starting at 0 DIRECT
> #2 every 30 minutes starting at 10 VIA WIDE
> #3 every 90 minutes starting at 90 VIA WIDE2-2
> Then you get 9 packets in 90 minutes, so the average interval complies,
> but you'll get some intervals as long as 18 minutes... Which way do you
> want to stretch the regs?
On second reading, I realized that 90 is an even multiple of 18, so
you'd send out two packets at the same time on the 90. So change #3 to
'every 90 minutes starting at 27 VIA WIDE2-2' and you eliminate that
doubling, and fill in one of the open 18 minute gaps.
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