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[aprssig] A test for APRS in some lessor traveled Western areas

Stephen H. Smith wa8lmf2 at aol.com
Mon Sep 10 18:26:42 UTC 2007


Tom Smith wrote:
> My concern is the mountain top digis having internet access.
> I'll do a test:  WIDE3-1 out and WIDE2-1 back in Nevada and Utah.
> Tom Smith   KD6SOJ
>
>   


Mountaintop digipeaters normally DON'T have Internet access.  (It's 
awfully difficult to get Internet service on remote mountain tops!).   
APRS Internet gateway stations ( "igates") are normally stations on the 
ground (typically  home stations that have always-on Internet access) 
listening to high-level digipeaters. 




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