[aprssig] What's this symbol?
Wes Johnston, AI4PX
wes at kd4rdb.com
Sun Nov 26 10:52:32 CST 2006
The new S, L and P overlays for the new settings on the digipeaters. The *
"S"* fully support WIDEn-N and SSn-N for *State or section* routing. The *
"L"* digis are the same but are limited and do not support state routing,
and the *"P"* digis are old Paccomm Trace digis that have been configured to
support WIDEn-N. In some extreme areas, one-hop digis (like in LA) and
fill-in WIDE1-1 only digis will have the "1" to show they are an enforced
Eventually we hope that ALL digipeaters in the USA will change over to these
new *S, L or P* Overlays to show they have upgraded their settings to the
New N Paradigm. Also a common notation set in the position comment text of
the position report should summarize what the digi now supports. See *See
the Details on Overlays and the proper form for the Position Comment
On 11/26/06, Michael R. Owen <nlsa at nlsa.com> wrote:
> Dear friends,
> What does this symbol mean?
> The 6-pointed star means a digipeater, but what does the superimposed "S"
> signify? I looked through
> http://wa8lmf.net/miscinfo/APRS_Symbol_Chart.pdf but could not find a
> match. The various text files describing symbols that I found on the Web
> hard to decipher.
> Michael R. Owen, Ph.D.
> Northern Lights Software Associateshttp://www.nlsa.com
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