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[aprssig] APRStest.EXE Test Data

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Thu Feb 24 20:21:31 UTC 2005


Looks like you have good users typically using mostly 2
and 3  hop paths.  No real abuse.  But the efficiencies 
are way down.

Your area could double capacity and reliability by 
encouragnig evyerone to use WIDE2-2 or WIDE3-3
paths.. which would significantly reduce dupes...
Bob

>>> mckeehan at mckeehan.homeip.net 2/24/05 2:39:19 PM >>>
Here are the results for packets heard at my station which is just east
of
Knoxville, TN for a 24 hour period yesterday. These numbers may change
with
digi hardware changes; the big digi's in the area currently use
MFJ-1270c TNCs
and only support WIDE, not WIDEn-N.

In file:  tnc.log
Processing by APRSTEST.EXE ver 1.01
There were 3160 packets and 109 Users.
Of those 1 % of packets were TCPIP

User Path:  WIDE1-N   WIDE2-N   WIDE3-N   WIDE4-N
----------  -------   -------   -------   -------
Pct Users:   0         1          12         0
Pct Pckts:   0         0          1          8
Efficiency:                                  0

There were  1 % TNn-N users with 2 % of packets with a relative 2
efficiency.

User Path:   W     W,W    W,W,W  W,W,W,W
----------  ---    ----   -----  -------
Pct Users:   8      43      35     2
Pct Pckts:   16     25      43     1
Efficiency:  1      5       2

-- 
William McKeehan
KI4HDU
Internet: mckeehan at mckeehan.homeip.net 
http://mckeehan.homeip.net 

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