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Ken H> sailingtoo at gmail.com
Tue Sep 11 00:05:48 UTC 2007


This *should* be in plain text - I usually prefer plain text myself,
but sometimes sending msgs to other folks I forget to chance back.
Sorry bout that.

Thanks to all for the good info - I got the msg this morning as I was
leaving for work and did not have a chance to reply.

>What software are you using to display the symbols.?

I'm not using any software - yet.  I'm viewing webpage
http://aprs.he.fi/?addr=36605 (also findu.com)- there if you do a
search for KB4HAH-7 you will see his green star with white center.
There are other stations with only a green star.  I had mentioned a
green star with yellow center and a "D" inside.  I was confused (stay
that way) - that did not come from a webpage, but from the pdf file I
had downloaded a few days ago and it's a green star with a WHITE
center and a *D* inside.

http://www.wa8lmf.net/miscinfo/APRS_Symbol_Chart.pdf is the link.

Bob mentioned that *1* and *S* are the only *normal* characters that
should be inside the green star for a digi - How about an Igate - do
they have a special symbol?  Up in central MS I saw a black star with
a big *G* inside - was that an Igate?

Also, There is a KF6VPM-4 station with a yellow TCPIP symbol - does
that mean he's an Igate?  OR what?

Could someone explain a bit more about the *S* parameter pertaining to
*Flooding* - seems like I read something that said this would prevent
an out of state digi from repeating the packet.  Boy, here in Mobile,
AL we'd be in trouble - most of my Igates are either in Fla or MS..

I just wish to say again THANK YOU to all the folks who spend so much
time and effort on APRS making it possible for the rest of us to use.

73 de Ken H. K9FV-1


On 9/10/07, Stephen - K1LNX <k1lnx at k1lnx.net> wrote:
> To add to that, that is what I followed to create my fill-in digi:
>
> http://www.nwaprs.info/fill-in.htm
>
> So it still leaves me wondering what the true standard is?
>
> 73's
> Stephen
> K1LNX
>
>
>
> On 9/10/07, Keith VE7GDH <ve7gdh at rac.ca> wrote:
> > Stephen WA8LMF wrote...
> >
> > > For example a number "1" overlaid to denote a WIDE1-1
> > > fill-in,  a number "2" to denote a high-level WIDE2-2, a letter "N" for
> > > a generic WIDEn-N digi, a letter "S" for a path-reforming single-hop
> > > digi, etc.
> >
> > I thought the S was a "new" WIDEn-N digi with the S meant to indicate
> > support for state/province flooding... i.e. SSn-N. Any comments?
> > See "LT" section in the middle of the page at www.nwaprs.info/widen-n.htm
> >
> > 73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
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