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

Phillip zl2tze at yahoo.com.au
Sun Dec 14 19:22:56 UTC 2008


Hi Dave,
               Its good to see the UK is now adopting the recommended
WIDEn-N paradigm.

I agree with Keith VE7GDH the Multiply SSID show on APRS.FI as a user placed
SSID, but in saying this you would have to act very fast to make the changes
in the time slot shown.

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

these changes took place all within 24 seconds, and I would think that a
human would have to act very fast to do this.

Do you know what APRS Client and TNC are being used by G7III

We here in New Zealand adopted the New Paradigm WIDEn-N   and started this
some 4 years  ago we never saw anything like this,
we still have about 5 that have hung on to the old RELAY, WIDE for what
reason we don't know.

73 Phillip
ZL2TZE

   
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