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[aprssig] Gating Objects from Internet to RF (fina?l)

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Wed Jul 22 21:48:48 UTC 2009


So, a tactical FromCall with NO visibility as to who actually injected 
the packet is ok?

WINLINK>APWL2K,TCPIP*,qAC,T2USANW:;KA9KJE-10*080633z4243.7 NW08817.5 Wa145.610MHz 1200 R16m RMSPacket EMCOMM


Just trying to figure out the logic here.  I could make the FromCall 
ECHOLINK or ECHLINK or ECHLNK and mirror the WINLINK approach?

And I get the following hourly rates for WINLINK traffic yesterday 
morning (Eastern USA time) from midnight to noon.

1091, 1061, 916, 608, 1060, 1055, 537, 548, 1076, 1064, 756, 854 for an 
hourly average of 885.5.

And that's with my North American filter on the APRS-IS feed.  This 
confirms that the proposed EchoLink objects would be about double the 
observed WinLink rate IF we go with a one hour rate.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ

PS.  That text sounds sarcastic, but I'm really trying to ask a valid 
question, not be smart-mouthed.

Steve Dimse wrote:
> Not to exactly that question, but WINLINK (which is the tactical call 
> that injects the locations) sent 22741 packets in the last 24 hours. 
> This is less than half what the new data sent every 60 minutes would 
> generate, or 1/13th if it were sent every 10 minutes.
>
> Steve K4HG
>
> On Jul 22, 2009, at 5:19 PM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:
>
>> Bill V WA7NWP wrote:
>>> Winlink2K already does something similar with all their Access points.
>>>  What is their cycle time and station count?
>>>
>> Great question Bill.  Does anyone know the answer?
>>
>> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ
>>
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