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[aprssig] Mic-E encoding on HF -- does generic SSID path GATE?

Ben Jackson ben at ben.com
Fri Aug 4 20:46:04 UTC 2006


On Fri, Aug 04, 2006 at 02:49:24PM -0400, Stephen H. Smith wrote:
> 
> Nearly all APRS HF receive stations igate received packets directly into 
> the Internet system, along with any other functions such as cross-band 
> digipeating. 

I'm assuming that if I sent a packet with the path GATE (only) and it
was IGated by the HF receiver, the raw data on APRS-IS would look
something like src>APRS,GATE,qA?,hfgate*:...?

I'm fairly certain now that I'm hitting W7CCY (pretty much the one I
expected to hit):

	http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?moxie,mision,w7ccy

which is getting things to the internet indirectly through mountaintop
digipeaters that eventually reach home stations with internet connectivity.

Of course if I used 100 watts instead of ~3 I would probably reach more
than one...

APRS should really have a route like 'IGATE-n' which would mean 'if you
can IGate me, I'm done, otherwise digipeat up to n more hops'.

-- 
Ben Jackson AD7GD
<ben at ben.com>
http://www.ben.com/




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