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[aprssig] APRS in Atlanta

Stan Coleman [NØYXV] n0yxv at gihams.org
Mon Oct 10 05:14:05 UTC 2005


Ouch WIDE6-6? Sounds like a few mobiles I've seen in the Kansas City area that
have packets that wind up going into Northern Nebraska.
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Quoting Richard Montgomery <kb4ytm at gmail.com>:

> Hello David,
>
> Well if you want to get out several states away from Atlanta on RF just
> use RELAY,WIDE6-6. It works great for KK4EB-15. I see him several times
> a day at my QTH in western TN.
>
> But seriously, it looks like the Atlanta area digi's are on old settings
> so WIDE2-2 may not work correctly there. Hopefully someone from the area
> will have better info.
>
> Richard
>
>
> APRS Traffic as seen in Lexington, TN
> http://richdea5.no-ip.org
>
>
>
> David Rush wrote:
> > The last couple of times I did a road trip which included Atlanta,
> > Atlanta became a black hole of APRS posits for me.  I'd have plenty of
> > points (per findu.com) before Atlanta, and plenty after, but not a
> > single point in Atlanta.  What gives?  Is there some special path Zen
> > needed?  I'm running a path of WIDE2-2 (probably ought to update it to
> > WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1, right?).
> >
> > David, KY7DR
> >
> >
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> APRS Traffic heard on 144.390 in Lexington, TN
> http://richdea5.no-ip.org
>
> Archived APRS traffic
> http://richdea5.no-ip.org/usagehistory
>
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