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[aprssig] Group Message Codes

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Sun Jan 24 00:37:43 UTC 2010


I don't think so.  That would be the SSn-N extension to the WIDEn-N 
paradigm.  Pull up your favorite dog-eared copy of aprs101.pdf (or 
google to get a new one) and read up on "Message Groups" on pages 
72-73.  It is as Bob described, an APRS message receiving alias that 
causes the APRS client to display the incoming message as if it were 
directed to the receiving station.

The question, as I understood it, was getting a message group 
"callsign"'s APRS messages to gate from -IS to RF when there isn't 
really a "local" "recent" station using that "callsign".

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Now awaiting the clarification as well!


Keith VE7GDH wrote:
> Bob WB4APR wrote...
>
>> Maybe I'm having a senior moment, but Digi's do not have anything
>> to do with group message codes. APRS "Message groups" are just
>> aliases that your own station will trap as if it was a message to you.
>> Messages can only get to you from local RF since the IGate does
>> not know what your groups are... Thought on the APRS-IS, I guess
>> you can get them from anywhere...
>
> Actually, the NS, NB and PE that Pete was referring to were digi paths...
> NSn-N, NBn-N and PEn-N, or what you would call state flooding or
> SSn-N... at least that's what I think he meant. Perhaps Pete could 
> re-phrase
> his question to clarify things a bit to make sure we aren't mixing up
> apples and oranges.
>
> 73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
> -- 
> "I may be lost, but I know exactly where I am!"




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