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[aprssig] Mystery packet

Andrew Rich vk4tec at tech-software.net
Thu Dec 10 09:39:46 UTC 2009


I think your missing my point.

I know someone has added RS0ISS-3

My comment was on the stars against more than one callsign.

The star is supposed to indicate the last and only callsign heard prior to 
being gated

Andrew

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sergej" <rttyman at ukr.net>
To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at tapr.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 7:08 PM
Subject: Re: [aprssig] Mystery packet


> Hello, Andrew.
>
>> 09/12/09 20:20:32
>> PE1JLX-7>U0UUX8,PD0OGY-2*,DB0KX-2*,RS0ISS-3,DB0HSN*,qAS,DH7JC-10:`{Tgl!
>> [/`"5C}Ruud 145.400MHz VX-8E Brandweer_
>>
>> How come there are stars for so many callsigns ?
>>
>> I would have expected one.
>>
>> The last packet heard before IGATE ?
>
> Think its heppend because ARISS aprs parser decide right packets
> even if any RS0ISS calls appers in unproto path. But should only with
> digi flag (asterics - * after call) be only true digipeated packets
> got via ISS!
>
> There is lot of that packets on ariss.net, as some peoples missed to
> change their Unprotos when switch from ISS-aprs to local VHF-APRS. :-)
>
> 73, Sergej
> uz2hz
>
>
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