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[aprssig] How to digi 6x in the New APRS world?

Brian Riley brianbr at mac.com
Tue Aug 16 17:44:01 UTC 2005


Well let's see, I personally know two rovers just in the NWVT area,  
using our sparsely populated, by ham standards, as a guide that would  
put the figure at 12-18 rovers minimum over the region Ev is  
proposing to cover. Allowing a 'gentle' rate of 15 minute beacons,  
each rover could possibly generate 4-600 frames per hour ... times   
15 rovers let us say, so 7.5-10K extra frames per hour .... I am  
sorry but no network can handle that much extra, it would be a major  
additional load here on the 'fringe' between the Montreal and Albany 
(NY) LANs, and if it got into those LANS, which it would it would  
cripple them.

     cheers ... 73 de brian riley, underhill center, vermont
     brianbr at wulfden.org



On Aug 16, 2005, at 1:17 PM, Earl Needham wrote:

>
>
>>  3) He knows its not kosher, so its OK to email him backchannel and
>> tell him how to use his magic decoder ring to compromise the system,
>> "just this one weekend" so noone else will know, just him and his
>> 'deep throat' source! If he is the only one using the trick then it
>> gives him an unfair advantage over the other rovers, if he spills the
>> beans to the other rovers, then the NE APRS network has a complete
>> mess on its hands for 48 hours.
>>
>
>         You're saying a couple of rovers would create "a complete  
> mess"?  Something's wrong with the system if you're that close to  
> capacity.
>
>





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