[aprssig] path for Tiny Track
A.J. Farmer (AJ3U)
ajfarmer at spenet.com
Mon Feb 21 12:24:40 CST 2005
In the Chesapeake Bay area, WIDE2-2 should be just fine. RELAY,WIDE2-2
could be used as the alternate on the TT.
For an airplane, I would say WIDE1-1 or WIDE2-2 would be sufficient. You
wouldn't need RELAY, and definitely should not use WIDE for an airmobile.
WIDE,WIDE,WIDE for an airmobile is nothing but a super QRM generator. ;-)
A.J. Farmer, AJ3U
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On Behalf Of Joe Della Barba
Sent: Monday, February 21, 2005 1:07 PM
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Subject: [aprssig] path for Tiny Track
I have been following the path conversation, but to be honest it seems to
change every day and I lost track. I just reprogrammed the TT on my boat
for RELAY,WIDE3-3 and RELAY,WIDE,WIDE2-2 on the alternate. Both are set for
MIC-E. Is this correct for the Chesapeake Bay area? I am configuring another
one for aircraft duty. I was going to set the path to WIDE, but all the
airmobiles I have seen recently have been either WIDE,WIDE,WIDE or WIDE3-3.
What is correct for an airplane? It would seem to me that anything over WIDE
could generate quite a bit of QRM from a mile high.
Joe Della Barba
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