[aprssig] Bob, Address the WIDE7-6 Possibility
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Tue Feb 22 12:50:30 CST 2005
That's more or less what I'm wanting to do. I run a RELAY-only digi right
now, and while I need to cover a hole in my area, it's a small enough hole
that I don't want to digi any more than the absolute minimum.
I'm running UI-View, and hopefully some settings may come out that'll let me
accomplish my goal. Until then, RELAY-only it is.
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On Behalf Of Curt, WE7U
Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2005 1:30 PM
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Subject: Re: [aprssig] Bob, Address the WIDE7-6 Possibility
On Tue, 22 Feb 2005, Jason Winningham wrote:
> On Feb 22, 2005, at 12:17 PM, N5TIM wrote:
> > Looks like this just put the HOME RELAYs out of work.
> I'm thinking the most effective would be to change home RELAYS to
> WIDEn-n, if they could be configured so that they digipeat _only_ if
> the packet has never been digipeated. Since I'm guessing home RELAYs
> are mostly software based, this should be feasible.
Yet another tweak: Digipeat after a delay of XX seconds, but only if the
packet hasn't been digipeated during that delay (first callsign in the
digipeater field hasn't been used, or the SSID of a WIDEn-N hasn't been
They'll remain quiet most of the time, except when needed.
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