[aprssig] Was ADS-B to APRS Server NOW AIS to APRS
Pete Loveall AE5PL Lists
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Sat Apr 26 09:41:17 CDT 2008
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jason KG4WSV
> Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2008 7:42 AM
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> Subject: Re: [aprssig] Was ADS-B to APRS Server NOW AIS to APRS
> You mean they can connect to only one server at a time?
Yes, and that is a good thing. Otherwise, we see what we have always seen on APRS-IS from multifeed software: loops, delayed packets, etc.
However, a ham can connect to a FireNet server, for instance, and see all the FireNet objects they want AND gate to APRS-IS. That is what I mean by an "APRS-IS subnet". Ham users have full access to APRS-IS -and- any of the data that is only on the subnet. The subnet-only data is never uploaded to APRS-IS. The same type of subnet could be done for ADS-B information and another for AIS information.
While I think these types of feeds are "neat", remember that this is displaying information gathered from commercial (non-ham) sources and may have legal ramifications in various countries. I am not a lawyer nor do I intend for this to fall into an arm-chair legal discussion. It is just something to think about by anyone who might consider creating such a subnet.
Pete Loveall AE5PL
pete at ae5pl dot net
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