[aprssig] Voice Repeater NO-TONE
danny at messano.net
Tue Nov 6 09:44:01 CST 2007
Looking at CSQL, I like that one.. CSQL doesn't mean "no ctcss/pl" any more
than it means "no dcs/dpl" or "no 1750 burst"
I like that!
From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org [mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]
On Behalf Of Steve Noskowicz
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2007 3:10 AM
To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
Subject: RE: [aprssig] Voice Repeater NO-TONE
Lots of good dialog.
> My vote ...something beginning with T, even if you use TCOR or T000.
> I think the dataset looks better with all the repeaters lined up.
I don't understand what this means "...data set...repeaters lined up..."
I thought the context for this is a mobile radio display convenience for
My thoughts were along the same lines:
Summary... My preferred is listed first.
Carrier: Tnil, T000, NoPL, Carr, CSQL, CSql (4 characters)
NoPL looks the best to me...but then, I'm Ex-Motorola. However, I
understand that it isn't like kleenex or asprin ... yet.
The point about the Motorola ownership of "PL" is valid and could ruffle
some feathers. I can't speak to how annoyed some upper level 'suit' might
- arrogance comes easy to some. All the Company Hams won't care. Tnil
avoids the "PL" ownership issue.
I agree, CTCSS is a pain (compared with PL), but it is the generic drug
and I use it in the more public forums just to be "PC".
DCS (also called DPL - BTW didn't Motorola start/invent this?)
Dxyz a no brainer.
1750 also seems obvious (and allows for any other 'future' tone freqs.)
Now, how about ... Whistle-up musings:
Whis, Whst (lower case L looks like 1), WstL
If there's a leading space, perhaps it can be used to advantage...
So 1750 is actually 1725 on the U.S. east coast, eh? Bob really is
to the Tone of a different drummer. (;-) I didn't say that. It was
someone that types like me.
73, Steve, K9DCI
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