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[aprssig] APRS on RF?

Dennis Hudson n2lbt at spamcop.net
Wed Apr 13 14:08:55 UTC 2005


Sorry Jason, I realize how much you like APRS. But you are dealing with 
egos here. In the northeast we have it many times worse. I have to run 
50 watts and a beam to get my WX reports 1 hop to the local digi (7 
miles los) with flooded traffic from the greater metro area of 
Eastern/Central MA, CT RI and NH. We still have a groups of "operators" 
running RELAY,WIDE3-3 every 10 minutes over 120 miles away that are 
killing us.

With the problems with UI-Digi, even a WIDE3-3 is like WIDE,WIDE3-3 
which makes tons of copies all over the place. Spanning 200+ miles. 
It's a friggin mess up here. We were recommending a directed path of 
<localdigi>,WIDE. This should produce no dupes and still takes most 
packets out 60+ miles

Sorry Bob, your message is NOT getting out there. I'm getting horse 
repeating it.


On Apr 13, 2005, at 8:30 AM, ke4nyv at hamhud.net wrote:

> I have to admit its very frustrating to have UI-View running for a few 
> days to
> only find a handful of local (within about 75 miles) to show up.  Then 
> I go
> check findu.com or aprsworld.net and find the online stations are more 
> than
> double.  I simply just ask myself "What the hell??"  This is a hobby 
> of RADIO.
>
>
>> Saw this on the UIview reflector:
>>
>>> ... I am new to APRS and trying to learn.  I have the only
>>> APRS WX station on RADIO in my area, everyone else
>>> is on internet..


--
Dennis Hudson, N2LBT
Sysop APRSALY
http://n2lbt.com:14501
Albany, NY





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