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[aprssig] Data from Eastern North Carolina

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Tue Feb 22 23:37:12 UTC 2005


Eric,
Unfortunately,
Problem is that APRSTEST was not designed to look
for SSn-N packets, nor "traced" paths which is what
yoru SSn-N implemented in UITRACE is.  THus this
data, unfortunately is innacurate.  Notice, it thiinks
that 98% of the packets are from W,W,W,W,W
stations and all the other percentages add up too 
over 300%.  

So please ignore that program in areas that are shifting
to the New n-N paradigm.  It wont work there...

Bob
>>> Eric Christensen <kf4otn at earthlink.net> 2/22/05 5:20:35 PM >>>
This is the data from an hour's worth of data monitored in FM15.  You
won't see any WIDEn-N packets as we are only supporting NCn-N at this
time.


In filename: c:\20050222.txt                         Processing by
APRSTEST.EXE
There  were   389  total packets
There  were   64   total Users

User Path:   W     W,W  W,W,W  W,W,W,W  W,W,W,W,W  W,W,W,W,W,W   
W,W,W,W,W,W,W
----------     ---     ----     -----       -------        ---------   
   -----------            -------------
Pct Users:   75     15        56           68               98         
       9                        0
Pct Pckts:    17     2         12           21               43        
        1                        0
Efficiency:   70     100      73           52               36

This data shows that there is a significant problem with stations
utilizing inefficient paths other than NCn-N.

Eric KF4OTN

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