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[aprssig] Need Path Mentoring

Steve Noskowicz noskosteve at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 20 19:17:42 UTC 2007




  Man!  Every time I think I “get” paths and try
looking, I realize I have far exceeded the half-life
of the knowledge.  I also understand that the new
paradigm and reality aren’t necessarily equal which
can cause confusion as well.

  Looking in the menu, I verify that my D700 is set
for WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1,   which I believe is supported
by:

    
K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1,qAR,N9OIG:'t(Fl!h>/]"6]}

Meaning that:  IGate N9IOG heard me directly and shot
me into the APRS-IS, right?  _____


  Yet, the other day, I was watching the Packet
Monitor and I saw  “WIDE3
” associated with some of my
packets.  And, lo-and-behold, there’re popping out on
the net as well (shown below – they seem to ‘prefer’
appearing in pairs).  
  I can’t get this to fit what I thought the paradigm
is.  
   So, what are possible interpretations?

1- My D700 needs its sinuses cleared?

2- Seeing WIDE3-3 in the first slot suggests a Digi is
substituting “WIDE3-3” for my “WIDE1-1” since there
are digi calls after it?  Eh?

Excerpts from Raw data:
K9DCI-9>TRRW0P,WIDE3-3,K9ESV-3,WIDE2*,qAR,N9OIG:'t(Zn4d>/]"6[}
K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,WIDE3-3,K9ABC-10*,WIDE2,qAo,N9QBW:'t(Fl!h>/]"6_}

K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,WIDE3-3,WX9MKX,WIDE2*,qAo,N9QIP:'t(Fl!h>/]"6`}
K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,WIDE3-3,K9ABC-10*,WIDE2,qAo,N9QIP:'t(Fl!h>/]"6a}

K9DCI-9>TRRW0P,WIDE3-3,K9ESV-3,WIDE2*,qAo,W9TMW:'t(Zn4d>/]"6[}
K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,WIDE3-3,WA9CJN-15*,WIDE2,qAo,W9TMW:'t(Fl!h>/]"6]}

K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,WIDE3-3*,K8BRC*,WIDE2*,qAo,N8FQ:'t(El-Q>/]
K9DCI-9>TRRW0T,WIDE3-3*,K8BRC*,WIDE2*,qAo,N8FQ:'t(EliW>/]"6[}

K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,WIDE3-3,K9ESV-3,WIDE2*,qAo,W9TMW:'t(El-Q>/]
K9DCI-9>TRRW0T,WIDE3-3,K9ESV-3,WIDE2*,qAo,W9TMW:'t(EliW>/]"6[}

Note that in these examples, there are actual call
signs with the “*” appended.  Is that part of “The
New”??  or a mix of new and old.   I thought the “old”
was to accept it and append the “*”,   but new is only
to substitute – but remember that half-life effect.
(:-).

  Then come the other path questions.

Seeing this:
 K9DCI-9>TRRV2Q,K9ESV-3,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1,qAR,N9OIG:'t+O
Hu>/]"6X}
Does this say that K9ESV-3 is accepting the WIDE1-1?  
Also, rather than substituting, is it *inserting* its
call and putting the “*” after the “WIDE1” part of the
“WIDE1-1”  ???

I guess I’ll stop here.  This appears to be a mixing
of call sign substitution and the old paradigm –
something that is not entirely out of the question. 
The fella doing K9ESV, while a nice guy trying to do
it correctly, has expressed doubt and asked me (yea,
right) to look at his parameters.
More packets from findu or here’s the link to my Raw
packets:
http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/raw.cgi?call=K9DCI-9

K9DCI-9>TRRV2Q,K9ESV-3,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1,qAR,N9OIG:'t+O
Hu>/]"6X}
K9DCI-9>TRRV2S,N9IJ-10,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1,qAR,N9OIG:'t*,ofu>/]"6T}
K9DCI-9>TRRV0Y,N9IJ-10,WIDE1,NS9RC,WIDE2*,qAO,AB9FX:'t)L
g*>/]"6K}
K9DCI-9>TRRV2Q,K9ESV-3,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1,qAo,W9TMW:'t+O
Hu>/]"6X}
K9DCI-9>TRRV2S,N9IJ-10,WIDE1,K9ESV-3,WIDE2*,qAo,W9TMW:'t*,ofu>/]"6T}
K9DCI-9>TRRW0P,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1,qAR,N9OIG:'t(Zn4d>/]"6[}
K9DCI-9>TRRV9W,K9ESV-3,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1,qAR,N9OIG:'t(emzz>/]"6_}
K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1,qAR,N9OIG:'t(Fl!h>/]"6_}
K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,K9ESV-3,WIDE1,WA9CJN-15*,WIDE2,qAo,N9MXQ:'t(Fl!h>/]"6_}
K9DCI-9>TRRV9W,K9ESV-3,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1,qAo,W9TMW:'t(emzz>/]"6_}
K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,K9ESV-3,WIDE1,WA9CJN-15*,WIDE2,qAo,W9TMW:'t(Fl!h>/]"6_}
K9DCI-9>TRRW0S,K9ESV-3,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1,qAo,W9TMW:'t(Fl!h>/]"6`}
K9DCI-9>TRRW0V,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1,qAR,N9OIG:'t(El45>/]"6Y}
K9DCI-9>TRRV9X,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1,qAR,N9OIG:'t(ll"f>/]"6^}
K9DCI-9>TRRV9X,K9SA,N9IJ-10,WIDE2*,qAR,N9OIG:'t(ll"f>/]"6_}
K9DCI-9>TRRV9X,K9SA,N9IJ-10,WIDE2*,qAo,W9TMW:'t(ll"f>/]"6^}

73 Steve, l9DCI
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