[aprssig] Packet routing, path specification. (APRSdos Messageing)
rcluster at rgisp.com
Sat Jun 25 12:09:12 CDT 2005
You can also choose the path for each message sent in UI-View32.
73.....Ron.....AC7TK.....(-9 when mobile)
UI-View32 iGate in Eugene, OR
> -----Original Message-----
> From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org
> [mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of kb2scs at optonline.net
> Sent: Friday, June 24, 2005 8:53 PM
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> Subject: RE: [aprssig] Packet routing, path specification. (APRSdos
> Hi All
> aprs-scs allows the user to set a different path for each of
> their out going messages.
> So Bob their is at least 2 aprs programs that allow this.
> APRSdos and APRS-SCS.
> On 23 Jun 2005 at 12:48, Curt, WE7U wrote:
> > On Thu, 23 Jun 2005, Robert Bruninga wrote:
> > > APRS was designed for rapid path changing to
> > > meet the immediate needs of the operator.
> > > APRSdos provided for up to 12 pre-definedd
> > > specific paths that could be INVOKED on
> > > each message line by line by a simple two
> > > character abbreviation at the front of a message
> > > entry.
> > >
> > > NW: Hey john, (northwest of me) did you get that radio?
> > > SW: sam, where is tht new digi you were talking about
> > > W2: This is a local messge packet going out WIDE2-2
> > > DC: This is a directed packet to Wash DC using the pre
> > > defined path to DC
> > >
> > > In each case, it took less than 0.1 second for the sender
> > > of a message line to indicate the path he wanted THAT
> > > ONE PACKET to go by adding the two digit path
> > > abbreviation for it. THe problem is that NONE Of the
> > > other APRS follow-on clone software implented any of this.
> Let us hope we never witness the "Silence Of The Hams"
> 73 DE John KB2SCS
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