[aprssig] New User Question(s)
cap at cruzio.com
Sun Jun 4 17:11:31 CDT 2006
Jim, your WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1 digipath was working.
But the digis near you there in NW South Carolina _do_ still need updated
Your station was working through the KE4CJA-4 digi 42 miles away. Not bad
at all. hi hi
73, Cap KE6AFE
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> [mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of Jim Campbell
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> Subject: [aprssig] New User Question(s)
> I am a new user and could use some handholding. I have two APRS
> stations. The first uses a laptop running UI-View through an MFJ-1274
> (KISS mode) into the home 2-meter station running about 10 watts into a
> Ringo Ranger II. The second a TinyTrack3+ using a Deluo GPS and driving
> an HT running about a watt. I have tried the HT with a rubber duck as
> well as a 5/8 wave mag mounted antenna on my car.
> The laptop can see local APRS stations as well as the TinyTrack3+, but
> none of the local digis appear to see either of my stations. I'm
> wondering if the problem is in setting up the routing. Initially, I had
> the TT3 set up with a route of WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1. I believe the home
> station had just APRS as the route, but as I stated earlier I'm new and
> not sure if that is the entry for routing. Should I set my routing as
> In watching other local stations, I see the following kinds of routing:
> 1) ...>APRS,W4ABC*,W4DEF*,...
> 2) ...>3URS6T,W4GHI*...
> I understand that the first item in the routing list is really the
> destination, so the "APRS" makes sense as a generic destination.
> However, the "3URS6T" is a total mystery to me. Also, does the "*"
> indicate that the message has been digipeated?
> I'm in a low-usage area. UI-Aloha tells me that there are only 33
> stations in my area.
> I realize that I've asked several questions here, but any help would be
> much appreciated.
> W4BQP, W4BQP-5
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