[aprssig] REJ Message
ajfarmer at spenet.com
Thu Sep 9 17:57:28 CDT 2004
That may be the case. He has a D-700. Thanks!
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On Behalf Of Robbie - WA9INF
Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2004 6:36 PM
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Subject: Re: [aprssig] REJ Message
That may be the result of a Kenwood D-700 or D-7 that has it's message
memory filled up... Can you verify what the recipient is using? If it
is a Kenwood, you need to let him know of his problem, <g> Again, I am
guessing, but I have heard of this issue of REJ instead of ACK
A.J. Farmer wrote:
> I sent an APRS message to a station today and instead of getting an "ack",
> received a "rej". I assume this means my message was rejected. I have
> never encountered this before so I was just curious about what "rej"
> means and why or how one would use it.
> I know the remote station in question is a D-700. I have not spoken
> directly to the operator to inquire about it yet. Does the D-700 allow
> to reject messages? Maybe this guy just doesn't want to talk to anyone.
> A.J. Farmer, AJ3U
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