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[aprssig] Tracker Decaying algorithm

John Ronan jronan at tssg.org
Thu Mar 23 08:40:25 UTC 2006


>
> That is how APRS was designed (APRSdos).  There
> was no such thing as fixed rates.  Everything that
> did not change, always doubled the period to the
> next transmission.  Positions, Objects, Messages, etc.
[snip]
>
> No reason why trackers cannot do this too.
Ok, I missed this class.  This does sound like a very good idea,  
though smartbeaconing does reduce the number of packets as one slows  
down, but not after they stopped.

And I think I now see the simplicity of "Smart Pathing", though it  
may not be suitable for all situations.  And I think Allan has done a  
nice summary.

Regards
John

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