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[aprssig] Re: New EU Paradigm (final comment)

Jan T. Pharo la2bba at jpharo.net
Fri Sep 22 10:38:21 UTC 2006


Kai Gunter Brandt <kai.brandt at cih.uib.no>, Fri, 22 Sep 2006 12:07:11
+0200:

>And if we on the SouthWest Norway agree that another setup suits us more
>then we again have a problem when the people from north/east are
>visiting i.e Bergen. 

Not at all. The _visitors_ have the problem. Or those following them
on their maps.

Anyway, you don't achieve a system change by not communicating with
the neighbours (danes, swedes, brits, scots, germans, east
norwegians).

>> If that is true, the system we had (and still have in most of Europe
>> except TF, South West Norway, and Poland) was quite OK.
>> TRACEn-N in the original system is working just the same way as
>> WIDEn-N in the local US and Canadian system (which is heavily promoted
>> by LA3QNA for use in Europe).
>> The single new item is the option to add country/regional,
>> non-traceable feed.
>
>LA3QMA----
(I made a typo; it is LA3QMA, sorry)

With the distance across the Atlantic and the very different traffic
pattern, there should have been no need to change the existing
traceable system in Europe with the new north american traceable
system, before having reached a mutual agreement in most of the
APRS-active part of Region 1.

(EOD in the UI-View list; this is cross-posted to aprssig)

-- 
73 de Jan, LA2BBA
Hvaler, Norway




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