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[aprssig] Digital repeater Objects

Pentti Gronlund pentti.gronlund at tut.fi
Sat Oct 30 14:48:45 UTC 2010


Robert Bruninga writes:

> > I speculated as follows
> > 444.025+P = P25
> > 444.025+? = ?
> > 444.025+D = D-Star or DMR  Or perhaps 444.025+M = dMr
> 
> A frequency object should be chosen so that its object name is
> worldwide unique if you want to see it on the APRS-IS.  Thus you
> cannot standardize on the "xyz" bytes in the "FFF.Ffxyz" byte
> object name field.
> 
> Just choose something unique.  Check the APRS-IS to see what
> other repeaters on your freq are using...

I'd rather use something else for D-STAR, e.g. 'S'.

We are using A to J to make a difference in repeaters on the same
frequency in different districts (OH1 to OH0).

Benjamin OH3BK
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