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[aprssig] Multiple SSID's from one station, with the New N Paradigm.

Iain Young, G7III g7iii at g7iii.net
Sun Dec 14 14:41:09 UTC 2008


Keith VE7GDH wrote:
> Dave G0WBX wrote...
> 
>> 2008-12-08 14:36:12 UTC:
>> G7III-15>APRS,MB7UW*,WIDE5-3,qAR,G0CGL-12
>> :!5124.12N/00046.23W& Test Dup SSID: W5-5
> 
>> 2008-12-08 14:36:21 UTC:
>> G7III-14>APRS,MB7UW*,WIDE5-3,qAR,G0WKM-2
>> :!5124.12N/00046.23W& Test Dup SSID: W5-5
> 
>> 2008-12-08 14:36:25 UTC:
>> G7III-13>APRS,MB7UW*,WIDE5-2,qAR,G0WKM-2
>> :!5124.12N/00046.23W& Test Dup SSID: W5-5
> 
>> 2008-12-08 14:36:36 UTC:
>> G7III-12>APRS,MB7UW*,WIDE5-1,qAR,G0WKM-2
>> :!5124.12N/00046.23W& Test Dup SSID: W5-5
> 
>> Note the decrementing SSID of G7III, this is caused by a digi
>> somewhere in the network, but is proving illusive to track down. G7III
>> of course only used one SSID, -15.
>>
>> It is (again I'm told) one of the main reasons why the UK (well,
>> England at least) has stuck with RELAY,TRACEn-N as it doesnt happen
>> with that path method.
> 

> In the example above, it appears the SSID was changed by the
> originating station... G7III-15, G7III-14, G7III-13, G7III-12. The
> beacon comment indicates "Test Dup SSID". Are you saying that G7III only
> transmitted with one SSID? If so, something screwy is going on.

G7III can personally confirm he only transmitted as G7III-15 during the
above example :)


73s

Iain



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