[aprssig] [APRS] DIGIPEATER Callsigns (by location)

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Fri Jul 18 09:33:29 CDT 2014


ICONS do not show up in the station list.  ANd glancing at the station list
is the quickest means of getting situational awareness while driving.  The
#1 objective of APRS...

Conversly, poking around and selecting EACH station out of a 100 deep list
while driving just to see what it is, is something I hope that mobile
operators do not do.

Bob, Wb4APR


On Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 8:26 AM, andre <aprs at pe1rdw.demon.nl> wrote:

> op 18-07-14 16:05, Robert Bruninga schreef:
> > Selecting a unique name is easy.  Just browse aprs.fi/NAME
> > <http://aprs.fi/NAME> where NAME is the location one wants to use for
> > the given digipeater.  If nothing else in the world matches, then the
> > name is unique.  If there is a match, then change the name to make it
> > unique.
> >
> Just more trouble setting up when callsigns are already unique
>
> > Being able to instantly see what are humans (ham communicators) among a
> > 100 deep list of callsigns (half of which are digipeaters or other
> > inannimate objects is a useful capability when trying to actually
> > communicate using APRS.  It also makes it instantly obvious where one's
> > signals are being digipeated (by location) instead of some random
> > collection of letters (callsigns). Bob, WB4APR
> >
> >
> Isn't that what you invented icons for?
> Used correctly it already shows type of station and type of opperation.
>
>
> 73 de Andre PE1RDW
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