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[aprssig] South Carolina digis

Todd Atkins toddatkins at gmail.com
Wed Aug 18 13:32:29 UTC 2010

Anybody know what happened to the digi's in the Columbia area? They've
all been gone for a few weeks now. Get's mighty quiet around here
without 'em. I've got a fill-in digi going, but it doesn't have the
coverage of a nice wide area digi.


On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 11:36 AM, Wes Johnston, AI4PX <wes at ai4px.com> wrote:
> I just did a quick audit of SC's digipeaters.  My goal was to see how many
> digipeaters in SC support SCn-n.
> wa4sas-9 ?
> k4fi-3 ?
> n5cwh-3 SC yes
> kr4aik-2 ?
> kr4aik-3 ?
> k4ija-3 ?
> k4ccc-10 SC Yes
> ai4px-10 SC yes
> ko4l-9 SC Yes
> ne4sc-3 SC yes
> ne4sc--5 ?
> ne4sc-7 SC yes
> kc4pl  SC yes, but not advertised
> ki4ysr-5 ?
> ke4cja-4 shows as WRT and NCn-n.  Given he is the only digi in the upstate
> of SC (but actually in NC), could he become SC1-1?  Do we still need to
> support WIDE RELAY and TRACE?  Surely it can't do TRACE, NCn-n and Wn-n all
> at the same time??
> If any of you know that these digis do support SCn-n can you please let me
> know.  Or ask the owner to indicate it in his beacons?
> Did I miss any?
> Is there any chance to get a higher local digi in Charleston and GSP area?
> Also, I was in Charleston SC a few weeks ago and it doesn't seem that any of
> the local repeaters are advertised on APRS.  I knew about the Yorktown
> repeater, but with summer upon us, the tourists won't.  Is 147.27 still on
> the air?
> --
> Wes
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