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FW: [aprssig] Why use this path?

Cap Pennell cap at cruzio.com
Tue Aug 30 23:57:37 UTC 2005


Marty, thanks for including your K1PIG at ARRL.NET email address within your
APRS status packets.  With that showing at findu.com, it was easy for me to
contact you.  And thank you for your reply!
I've taken the liberty of sending a copy of this message to the TAPR APRSSIG
and I hope some APRSers reading there will now contact you directly with
helpful suggestions for your station (as they've already discussed a bit on
APRSSIG).
Apparently it is time for a few settings updates on your stations.  There
have been some changes in the national recommendations for APRS users and
digipeater operators too.
Yep, you're getting out and that's a good thing!  See you on APRS!
73, Cap KE6AFE
http://www2.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?call=K1PIG

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Martin Rigoulot [mailto:mrigoulot at ctel.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 13:27 PM
> To: Cap Pennell
> Subject: Re: FW: [aprssig] Why use this path?
>
>
> Hello.....Been on VHF and HF plus TCP/IP for many years here in Maine
> with the APRS network that runs 24/7..Never gets shut off as it is the
> gateway out of Maine.
>
> The path is the recommended one from the APRS group on TAPR but if
> anyone who has been doing it for a few years has a better idea let me
> know. Also I think that is the recommendation by WB4APR on his website
> but not sure ???
>
> One thing it is getting out and thats a good thing !!
>
> 73...Marty ( K1PIG ) and W1PIG Nodes and Repeaters






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