APRS RF DX? (Was RE: [aprssig] APRS in Atlanta - flooding the network)

Stan Coleman [NØYXV] n0yxv at gihams.org
Wed Oct 12 12:43:54 CDT 2005

> Therefore the fact that all WIDEn-N packets now
> arrive as a fully traced DIGI1,DIGI2,WIDE2* is
> considered as a great network advantage rather
> than as a problem of excess bytes...

Really, just when I think I get this whole APRS thing figures out somebody
throws in a curve ball. We really should be seeing DIGI1,DIGI2,WIDE2*? I almost
never get all the digi's that a packet has gone through. When I did see the
whole path I was under the impression (from some web site reading) that those
packets were setup wrong.

You know what I think is really missing from APRS is a really good HOWTO that's
all located at one web site. I've had to read through multipule web sites that
sometime contridict each other to figure settings out. Maybe it exsists but I
can't find it.Anybody got a web site that has _all_ APRS information from start
to finish? To bad TAPR's web search function doesn't seam to work very good.

P.S. You don't need the PHG plug in for UI-View to transmitt you PHG circle,
just to view circles.

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