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[aprssig] APRS statistics

Jack Spitznagel frawg at frawg.org
Fri Jun 5 12:41:15 UTC 2009


Hi Lynn,

Why not add to Bob's list a "multifunction" category (and if not too
difficult, list number/type of functions)?  That in itself would be
interesting data.

Jack - kd4iz

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:
> Give me a hint on how to reliably tell the difference and I could
> probably put something together.  Say for the previous 24 hours broken
> down in 1 hour increments showing the count of active stations by
> type?  I've tinkered with this idea before, but with all the variety
> of things out there, it's pretty hard to tell the difference. 
> Especially in light of random packet corruptions that seem to occur
> with random frequency.
>
> For instance, an IGate on the west coast of Florida recently jumped
> out into the gulf and back.  Is it a fixed station?
>
> Some "fixed" stations actually have an attached GPS that wanders about
> a bit.  Is it fixed or mobile?
>
> Someone has a mobile with digipeating activated.  Is it a digi?  Or a
> Mobile?
>
> Ditto the above, but add a cellular Internet connection and IGate
> software.  Is it an IGate?  Or all three (mobile, digi, IGate)?
>
> Lynn (D) - Trinity Integrated Solutions, Inc.
>
> Robert Bruninga wrote:
>> Is there a link somewhere that provides live statistics on the
>> different types of APRS?
>>
>> Fixed
>> Digis
>> weather
>> Mobiles
>> Kenwoods
>> Yaesu's
>> Trackers
>> And all others?
>>
>> bob
>>
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