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[aprssig] D710 GPS Port

Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Tue Aug 14 17:50:55 UTC 2007

Come on Jason, what part of "This is available not only for the increase 
and decrease of a figure of callsign but also for ID, which is not used 
as callsign rather than numeric" don't you understand?  =]

Honestly, I have no idea if that relates to SSIDs or not.  They do 
mention in the spec that if a station has multiple radios, they are 
distinguished by the last character, A through F.  So while people are 
complaining that 15 SSIDs aren't enough, they went and lowered it to 6. 
  And disregarded 30 years of tradition by throwing out the -ssid notation.


Jason Winningham wrote:
> On Aug 14, 2007, at 11:13 AM, William McKeehan wrote:
>> Has anyone looked at D-Star as a potential replacement for APRS?
>> It seems to have a lot of the basic functionality.
> I haven't looked at it, but from what I've heard they apparently made 
> some fairly stupid (IMO) design decisions.  IIRC, a callsign can only be 
> on the network once (no SSID), if a repeater is to be added the whole 
> network has to be rebooted or something equally drastic.  Oh, and the 
> radios are obscenely expensive.
> No thanks.
> -Jason
> kg4wsv
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