pagreen at gmail.com
Mon Jun 27 18:52:35 CDT 2005
I've noticed this style of path as a cheat. I saw someone else using
WIDE2-2,IL2-2 as part of their path and guess what, it circumvented
the WIDE3-3 limit in our area. Perhaps another trap needs to be added
for no more that 2 n-N's in a path. I find that people probably
won't even use it. 1 out of 100 hams on APRS would prolly use this at
times. Still having trouble getting people off of RELAY and WIDE.
Will take another 24 months before all of them are cleared up.
73 de Pat --- KA9SCF.
On 6/27/05, VE7GDH <ve7gdh at rac.ca> wrote:
> Jim K5QQ wrote on 27/06/2005
> > Why didn't you include his call? Maybe someone knows him and
> > could help him out or perhaps someone lives close enough to get
> > in touch and offer help.
> It looks like it was Lynn N9QIP-2...
> There are lots of stations in his vicinity... 42 13.89 N / 88 13.48 W near
> Cary, Illinois, but home QTH appears to be ARLINGTON WI. Hopefully
> someone can give him a friendly call and get Lynn to fix it pronto!
> According to his write-up at qrz.com, his motto is "Knowledge is something
> you share, for what good is knowledge if it can't be shared." so I'm sure
> Lynn won't mind if someone shares some more knowledge to him/her about how
> bad that path is! Also according to qrz.com, N9QIP can be reached at
> n9qip at sector14.net.
> 73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
> "I may be lost, but I know exactly where I am!"
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