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[aprssig] Puget Sound packet hog counter

Robbie - WA9INF mwrobertson at comcast.net
Mon Mar 28 15:24:43 UTC 2005

I think I have stumbled on a partial solution to the "Transit Mobile", 
by using maybe three KPC3+s, each with 4 seperate BLTs, I can alternate 
between 12 possible UNPROTO paths as I travel cross country, <G>


Steve J. wrote:
> On Mar 28, 2005, at 8:30 AM, Robert Bruninga wrote:
>> Yes,
>> I guess I am frustrated that with over 50 digis in 128
>> miles of Washington DC, and the WORST APRS
>> network density on the planet, that now after 4
>> months of the proven efectiveness of the New n-N
>> paradigm, only ONE DIGI has upgraded their TNC
>> and only 7 have changed their existing parameters..
>> That's the basis of my lack of confidence in any plan
>> that is based on new hardware...          Bob
> The same could be said of any plan which requires node ops to make 
> multiple changes in their node configurations as things become "fine 
> tuned".  Just when they think things are finalized, another change is 
> made and they have to update their configuration once again.
> -- 
> Steve <s.jones at rogers.com>
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