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[aprssig] New n-N success in North Carolina

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Mon Feb 14 04:14:13 UTC 2005


>>> schiers at netins.net 02/13/05 9:35 PM >>>
>Bob said:
>>By getting rid of RELAY, WIDE, TRACE, TRACEn-N
>>and SS paths and going to a single recommendation:
>>"USE WIDEn-N with N being appropriate for your area
>
>Now I'm really confused....I thought we were going to SSn-N 
>with SS being the state abbreviation. Now we're dumping 
>SS, RELAY, WIDE, TRACE, TRACEn-N ... Or is SS dumb 
>two letter state abbreviations and  SSn-N the smart 
>decrementing replacement for WIDEn-N and TRACEn-N?

Yes, only dumping the SS dumb path.  Now using SSn-N
for limited state or arrl-section comunications (in addition
to WIDEn-N).  See the neat map I added to the fix14430.html
page showing the 14:1 difference in QRM between using WIDE6-6
and MD6-6 in Maryland...

The Kantronics exact settings are on the web page:

http://www.ew.usna.edu/~bruninga/aprs/fix14439.html

Follow the link.  Also the exact settings are there for the
PacComms too...  Im waiting for a UIview expert to nail
down those...

Bob





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