[aprssig] Changing RELAY-only digis to WIDE1-1
ka7pbi at fortgirlfriend.com
Tue Apr 5 10:16:25 CDT 2005
The SEA digi in Seattle, WA is in. We respond both to RELAY for legacy
purposes at this time and also to WIDE1-1.
----- Original Message -----
From: <joe at dellabarba.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2005 7:52 AM
Subject: Re: [aprssig] Changing RELAY-only digis to WIDE1-1
> I think the question is not if we all decided this is a good idea, which
> it is, but how much of the country complies with it as of now.
> Joe N3HGB
> Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote on 04/05/2005, 03:36:03 PM:
> > >>> jdw at eng.uah.edu 4/5/05 7:54:57 AM >>>
> > >>... [we] need to get RELAY out of ...our thinking...
> > >
> > >Once new n-n is 100% implemented, let us know...
> > > I tried switching my mobile tracker to WIDE2-2 (instead of
> > > RELAY,WIDE2-2) just a few weeks ago, with a dramatic
> > > drop in coverage.
> > That's why we are excited about having come up with the
> > WIDE1-1 replacement. It works just like RELAY used to
> > work, but does not generate all the dupes that the old RELAY
> > system did. You dont have to wait for the New n-N
> > paradigm to take local advantage of it. Just change your
> > local RELAY-only digis to WIDE1-1-only digis. Done...
> > Works exactly the same...(but fewer dupes)...
> > Bob
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