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[aprssig] APRS in Atlanta

Stan Coleman [NØYXV] n0yxv at gihams.org
Mon Oct 10 17:19:09 UTC 2005


YA if you use RELAY in Nebraska 95% of the time you wouldn't get Digi'd. I know
in Central Nebraska that number is 100% of the time. Since the first path _has_
to be satisfied first nothing would take your RELAY and it simply would die a
quick death. You would get lucky if you were near an IGate as they seam to take
just about anything you through at them.

Now I'm no expert but distance isn't the name of the game here. Contrary to all
other forms of Ham Radio you DON'T want you signal to go far, you just want it
to make it to the next IGate. If the nearest IGate is only 2 hops away why send
your signal 5 or 6 hops away?


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Quoting Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu>:

> >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.
>
> This would not happen if the digis in his area had
> shifted to the New-N Paradigm.  His path would
> go 2 hops max and stop.  Actually, since he starts
> with RELAY, they wouldnt go anywhere.
>
> We need everyone to diligently get their digis
> to change their settings to support the New-N.
> It works.  Just do it.
>
> de WB4APR
>
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