[aprssig] FREQUENCY on APRS
ny3j at comcast.net
Sat Jan 12 10:50:39 CST 2008
The digipeaters are usually at a remote location and not easily accessed. I
think it's up to the home user to do the work of inputting the information
that is needed in an area. It's enough that they donate the usage of their
equipment and location for the purpose of digipeating without giving them
more work of setting up their digipeater with the information. Also, this
repeater has good enough coverage that if a mobile can hear the object they
will be able to work the repeater.
73, Ron ny3j
> -----Original Message-----
> From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org
> [mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of Bob Bruninga
> Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2008 9:16 AM
> To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
> Subject: RE: [aprssig] FREQUENCY on APRS
> Im confused why you are entering this object in UIvew.
> A (home station) should not be putting out these objects. There
> are many reasons as explained on the "localinfo" web page:
> 1) The home station cannot hear the whole channel and will
> collide with other users when it transmits
> 2) The home station uses a PATH other than simplex direct. Thus,
> it will flood to big an area with this voice frequency object
> adding QRM and defeating the purpose of showing WHERE this
> frequency can be used.
> > In UIView if I make the repeater object
> > with the repeater icon selected Findu will
> > list it as a MicE station.
> Yes, that symbol is for a mic-E voice repeater.
> Choose the ANTENNA symbol (its a lower case "r").
> > if I include a + in the name, ie. 147.090+
> > I will not be able to find it in Findu.
> It is in FINDU but when you go to display it, the display
> function in FINDU is confused by the +. Ignore that. These
> objects are only inended for local RF anyway.
> Or you can leave out the + since everyone knows that a 147
> repeater requires + anyway.
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