[aprssig] daft UI-PATH's
aprssig at ei7ig.org
Mon May 30 07:07:28 CDT 2005
There is a bit of a Lift on here at the moment so our Digi in
Templetown Co. Wexford received this from G land.
sm0: AX25: G8HQJ-7->U1PVWU v MB7USX MB7UP M1ABD GW3VPL TRACE3* <UI R>
sm0: AX25: G3RJI-7->UQ3VS1 v G3RJI MB7USX MB7UP M1ABD GW3VPL* TRACE7-2
<UI R> Te
'v,%or >/]"4I}Alan from upminster
I already emailed someone else who had RELAY, WIDE, WIDE in their path
that if he wished to get through the Nodes in the South of Ireland, to
have a read of the fix14439 page to see why they will only respond to
I've also noticed that APRS nodes are a great indicator of propogation
conditions. Mt Leinster received a packet from a node in Portugal over
1500km's away. I was wondering if anyone had looked at an automated
method of grabbing these packets and trying to do an 'after the fact'
analysis of the propogation paths.
John Ronan <jronan at tssg dot org>, +353-51-302938
Telecommunications Software & Systems Group, http://www.tssg.org
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