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[aprssig] TNCX setups?

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Fri Jul 17 00:02:13 UTC 2009


I know that javAPRSsrvr uses a default dupe time of 30 seconds.  Your 
setting below seems to be set to 10 seconds.  You could very well 
re-digi a slightly delayed packet as I see >10 second delays quite often 
on a busy channel.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ

Cap Pennell wrote:
> I'd extend the Beacon 3 and Beacon 4 intervals out even further, and/or
> reduce their paths.  No help (for it's VHF users) for a digi to transmit
> it's own position packet more broadly than across the next digi hop in all
> directions.  Only reduces available airtime for all the other _users_ of the
> VHF freq.
>
> A full service WIDEn-N/SSn-N digi like this sample setup (first one below)
> will be in a very good wide area network location, in cooperation with all
> the neighbors, and so will surely be seen on the internet too with only a
> minimal VHF digipath.
>
> Most often these days, a simple traceable fill-in digi is far better for our
> shared VHF network.  A traceable fill-in digi operates packets addressed via
> WIDE1-1 or it's own callsign ONLY, as in the final (second one below) sample
> setup.
> (UICall 1: WIDE1-1 and have UIFlood and UITrace empty.)
>
> 73, Cap KE6AFE
>
>   
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: aprssig-bounces at tapr.org [mailto:aprssig-bounces at tapr.org] On
>> Behalf Of Kai Gunter Brandt
>> Sent: Thursday, July 16, 2009 1:21 PM
>> To: bruninga at usna.edu; TAPR APRS Mailing List
>> Subject: Re: [aprssig] TNCX setups?
>>
>> Robert Bruninga wrote:
>>     
>>>> TNC-X with the XDigi module is great as long as the latest
>>>>         
>>> firmware is
>>>       
>>>> used. Now its possible to remote configure it too.
>>>>
>>>> It's easy to setup as a Fill-In or a WideN digi with the SSn
>>>> possibility
>>>> too.
>>>>         
>>> Can you send us the setup commnds to make it New-N compliant?
>>> Does it use UIFLOOD and UITRACE? Etc
>>>
>>> Bob, WB4APR
>>>
>>>       
>> A bit modified from www.aprsla.net
>>
>>               C.     Set Digipeater Callsign.         :URCALL
>> A.     Set Digipeater Alias.            :URDIGI
>> F.     Set UIFlood Callsign.            :NOR (Norway use this as SSn)
>> L.     Set UIFlood Limit.               :7
>> T.     Set UITrace Callsign.            :WIDE
>> M.     Set UITrace Limit.               :3
>> 1.     Set UICall 1.                    :
>> 2.     Set UICall 2.                    :
>> 3.     Set UICall 3.                    :
>> 4.     Set UICall 4.                    :
>> 5.     Set UICall 5.                    :
>> 6.     Set UICall 6.                    :
>> 7.     Set UICall 7.                    :
>> 8.     Set UICall 8.                    :
>> D.     Set Dupe Time (x5 secs).         :2
>>
>> B.     Set Beacons
>> 0. Beacon Destination Call :APNX01
>> 1. Beacon 1 Path :                    (direct path)
>> 2. Beacon 2 Path :WIDE2-1
>> 3. Beacon 3 Path :WIDE2-2
>> 4. Beacon 4 Path :NOR3-3
>>
>> 5. Beacon 1 inteval (x5 secs) :00120 Offset :0       (10.min)
>> 6. Beacon 2 inteval (x5 secs) :00360 Offset :240     (30.min)
>> 7. Beacon 3 inteval (x5 secs) :00720 Offset :120     (60min)
>> 8. Beacon 4 inteval (x5 secs) :00720 Offset :255     (60min)
>>
>> A. Beacon 1 text:
>> ;LA7BR *111111z6023.06N/00514.98Er434.700MHz T097 -2000kHz
>>
>> (The modified RX/TX TM-D710 requires the split in kHz as MHz doesn't
>> work)
>>
>> B. Beacon 2 text:!0000.00NS00000.00E#PHG0000 W3,NORn SomePlace
>> C. Beacon 3 text:!0000.00NS00000.00E#PHG0000 W3,NORn SomePlace
>> D. Beacon 4 text:!0000.00NS00000.00E#PHG0000 W3,NORn SomePlace
>>
>> Q. Quit
>>
>>
>> For a Fill-In i use UICall 1: WIDE1-1 and have UIFlood and UITrace
>> empty.
>>
>> Kai Gunter
>> LA3QMA
>>
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