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[aprssig] APRStest.EXE Test Data

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Thu Feb 24 19:17:03 UTC 2005


Results are on the screen.
I see.  It would be nice to have a file too...
OK, Ill add that tto the next version...
Bob


>>> mwrobertson at comcast.net 2/24/05 1:54:06 PM >>>
Bob,

I do not get a text file of the results! Once I know it asked for a
file 
name, but only once, and it did not produce a file even then??

Robbie

Robert Bruninga wrote:

> I ran APRStest.exe on a TNC file from North Carolina and
> it shows:
> 
> 40% using the new NCn-N but only 16% of packets
> 27% using W,W,W,W,W but  consuming 42% of all packets
> 37% using W, W, W, W   but consuming 19% of all packets
>   8% using  W,  W            but consuming    9% of all packets
> 
> Showing the NCn-N packets as much more efficient
> than the others.  The 4 hop W,W,W,W path seems
> to be similarly "efficient", but then also remember that
> as the QRM level goes up that the number of packets
> copied actually goes down, so this messes up the
> statistics quite a bit for large W,W,W,W type hops..
> 
> I posted a NEW APRSTEST.EXE since the previous one
> did not account for SSn-N paths.  This one works fine
> with UIview log files too.  The link is about 30% down the
> New n-N paradigm page:
> 
> http://web.usna.navy.mil/~bruninga/aprs/fix14439.html 
> 
> Bob
> 
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