[aprssig] Kenwood T/G-Overlayed Diamond (was: Identifying TX Igates)
Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr)
ldeffenb at homeside.to
Sun Sep 25 06:43:41 CDT 2011
From the question below, apparently the D72 (and the D710 according to
another post) display a G-overlayed diamond symbol regardless of the
overlay specified by the station, but at least (apparently) the actual
overlay is displayed to left of the G-diamond.
Is it possible that Kenwood didn't implement the actual specified
Numbered Diamond graphic, but included the G overlay on their base
alternate table symbol because it looked good with the old I before it
(I G, get it?)? Any way to get this fixed in some future firmware
upgrade so as not to confuse potential non-IGate use of overlayed
diamonds? At least the G would show to the left of the (hopefully
plain) diamond indicating an old-style Gate?
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
PS. Asking the question based on the following post (secondarily
confirmed) from the APRSISCE Yahoo group.
> The symbol for my station runing APRSIS32 is the black diamond with the capital "T" on it. (T&)
> Can anyone explain why it shows up on the TH-D72 a a black diamond with a "T" to the left of the diamond and a "G" on the black diamond as well.
> BTW APRS.FI and APRSIS32 are showing the symbol ok and the D72 and the D710 are not (?) showing it correctly.
On 9/19/2011 11:39 AM, Bob Bruninga wrote:
> Using http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/symbol.cgi?icon=Iamp&limit=2000 I see 960
> "I&" Igates
> Using http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/symbol.cgi?icon=Ramp&limit=2000 I see 130
> "R&" Igates
> I& - is an IGate, but is ambiguous with respect to transmitting
> R& - means it is definitely an RX only IGate
> T& - Means it is definitely a TX IGate with one hop path only
> 2& - means it is a TX igate clobbering two hops in all directions
> 3& - means it is a TX SPAM GENERATOR , (or a legitimate special case)
> Should we do this???
> Bob, WB4APR
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