[aprssig] New n-N success in NC (really??)
Robbie - WA9INF
mwrobertson at comcast.net
Fri Feb 11 21:44:58 CST 2005
Since all this started, I think you also should advocate that we stay
with the International recognition of RELAY,WIDE2-2 or RELAY,WIDE3-3 for
travelers. It still seems up in the air and it should be plainly stated
in your documentations.
I think there is as much of a need for mobiles as well as trvelers
across the country to utilize APRS as it is for homes.
RELAY,WIDE2-2 if near metros, and RELAY,WIDE3-3 out in the open. Even if
the mobiles are fixed paths not easily changed, and they are just
passing through, why can not the RELAY,WIDE3-3 be tolerated for a few
This needs to be stated and recommended and be clear...
Robert Bruninga wrote:
>>>>wb4iuy at teara.org 2/11/05 8:34:38 PM >>>
>>APRS folks. I sincerely hope the dust settles and a great protocol
> My appoligies for leading this New n-N Paradigm discussion
> all around the horn and back... but it was a rewarding
> trip and a lot was learned! It did bounce around for a while
> as we got feedback from people on the sig and learned
> more and better ways to do things.
> I think everyone will find that this new plan that lets WIDEn-N
> work everywhere and phases out W,W and W,W,W paths
> will really work well. Especially since we found out how to
> fake the old TRACE digis to even support WIDE2-2 and
> WIDE3-3 for at least local use..
> Hang in there. Its just some growing pains...
> The dust has settled on this new plan and I hope it will
> take hold everywhere.
> de WB4APR, Bob
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