[aprssig] REF: Gate Path for PK-900?

Matthew Stennett wa4tkg at yahoo.com
Sun Oct 8 09:02:17 CDT 2006

I never said anything about a D700.
This is questioning what path my TNC (in this case; a
should have to Gate PCSAT from 145.825 to 144.390
I have RESET it from this previous suggestion, to:
PCSAT-1 via Wide2-2, and my Local path to:
AA4QI-1 via Wide2-2.
My GATE Call, is: GATE.
If this is WRONG, someone kindly recommend the CORRECT

--- AE5PL Lists <HamLists at ametx.com> wrote:

> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: A.J. Farmer (AJ3U)
> > Posted At: Saturday, October 07, 2006 8:13 PM
> > Subject: Re: [aprssig] PCSAT Gate Path ?
> > 
> > You should use a path such as ARISS,SGATE,WIDE2-2
> > 
> > Second, SatGates that hear your digipeated packet
> and are set 
> > up with the "SGATE" alias, will digipeat your
> packet over to 
> > the terrestrial
> > (144.39) frequency.
> The term "SatGate" has normally been used to refer
> to a one-way
> (receive-only) IGate gating _all_ heard packets to
> APRS-IS.  I see from
> the link you gave that you are using the term to
> refer to a D700 set up
> to cross-frequency digipeat from the PCSAT frequency
> to the local APRS
> frequency packets with SGATE as the next digipeater.
>  I only bring this
> up because the dual use of the term for two
> completely different
> functions can be very confusing.
> > After that, your packet will be digipeated using
> the standard 
> > WIDE2-2 rules on 144.39 and will likely make it to
> a local 
> > IGATE and the APRS-IS.
> It is important to note, as hinted to above, that
> this only works if
> someone has set their D700 (or other dual-frequency
> digipeater) to
> cross-frequency digipeat SGATE packets.  Since I
> would guess that most
> D700's are used for voice on one band, you probably
> will find very few
> D700's set up this way.

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