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[aprssig] Need Help With D700 UIDIGI settings

Joel Kandel kandelj at bellsouth.net
Thu Dec 13 19:27:31 UTC 2007


I believe the only reason you would want to leave DIGI ON is if you were in 
a really remote location and you wanted to be a digi for other packet 
stations in the vacinity. Otherwise you're just adding to the clutter if 
there are already good  (high) digis in the area.

Joel, KI4T

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Keith VE7GDH" <ve7gdh at rac.ca>
To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2007 1:34 PM
Subject: Re: [aprssig] Need Help With D700 UIDIGI settings


> Richard KC0RNP wrote...
>
>> This is everything I have in the Comand file for the D700. If I should
>> change something let me know ASAP!!!
>
> While there must be many UI-View users on this list, your question should 
> really be asked over on the UI-View list.
>
>> ;Set the frequency to 144.800.
>> FQ 00144800000,0!FQ 00144800000,0
>
> While the above setting will help reduce QRM on 144.390, it won't do much 
> to enhance your presence on APRS in North America. I would suggest 
> changing it to 144.390. The first line is just a comment. The second line 
> sets the operating frequency in the D700 when you are using it in 
> UI-View...
>
> ;Set the frequency to 144.390.
> FQ 00144390000,0!FQ 00144390000,0
>
>> DIGI ON
>
> If you leave that ON, the D700 continue to digipeat. Any D700/UI-View 
> users that would care to comment on this? I suppose it could be feasible 
> to leave it set on with UIDIGI set to WIDE1-1 and let the D700 digi 
> independantly of UI-View. If you want UI-View to take over the digipeat 
> function, the D700 would have to be in KISS mode. A few people have 
> reported they can get away with it, but most people run into problems 
> because of the small buffer in the D700s TNC.
>
> 73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
> --
> "I may be lost, but I know exactly where I am!"
>
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