[aprssig] Bad path for a plane

Richard Montgomery kb4ytm at gmail.com
Mon Apr 10 21:37:04 CDT 2006

The new WIDEn-n would stop it because WIDE7-7 would be in the tnc UIDIGI 
parm, along with WIDE6-6,WIDE5-5,etc..

So instead of:
ham>aprs,wide7-7  look at my abusive path
ham>aprs,n0kou-7*,wide7-6  look at my abusive path

It would look like:
ham>aprs,wide7-7  look at my abusive path
ham>aprs,n0kou-7*  look at my abusive path

Limiting this path to 1 hop.


Stan - N0YXV wrote:
>> Perfect example if the first digi (N0KOU-7 in this case) was on the new
>> digi settings, then he would get 1 hop only.
>> Richard
> OK I'll bite. Why would the new WIDEn-N stop this path? Looks to me like
> WIDEn-N is working correctly here. First Digi takes WIDE7-7 and correctly
> converts it to WIDE7-6. Now if your talking about NSR then I think your
> answer would be correct....at least the way I understand what I think it is
> your trying to say.
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