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[aprssig] Puget Sound packet hog counter

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Thu Mar 24 15:37:43 UTC 2005


Wes,
What was his path?  Again, RELAY,WIDE,WIDE can
generate 3 to 6 times as many copies as WIDEn-N which
still accomplishes exactly the same thing.  As we
have recently been asking people to switch from
RELAY,WIDE,... to WIDE2-2 or WIDE3-3, our channel
(with over 300 stations coming in from all over) now 
actually has several seconds of quite time between
some packets.  But we still have 40% of all users 
using WIDE's.  I just wish we could get their attention...

Bob

>>> aprs at kd4rdb.com 3/24/05 7:14:54 AM >>>
I just looked at the packet hog usage, and see that n7fsp is at the top
of the
list for packets sent from his mobile.... So I clicked on his callsign

and read
his qrz biography.... he says "Very active in Packet Radio, Search And
Rescue
(SAR), and APRS.".  Why, yes, he is very active - with more that 3
times as
many packets seens as the next lowest guy! lol!!!  And those packets
were sent
at 3am localtime!

Wes

>> Here's on to take a look at. 
http://packet.fortgirlfriend.com/usage.html 
>>
> You might consider adding another link to findu's data, the raw data
> with timestamps would be particularly useful for analyzing these
> packets:
>
> http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/raw.cgi?call=k4hg&time=1 
>
> Perhaps put the link in the packets today column...
>
> Steve K4HG
>
>
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