[aprssig] Digipeater Symbol Overlays
david at davidandrzejewski.com
Wed Oct 19 10:39:52 CDT 2016
I am a bit confused now.
My station NEWBRY is both a high-profile digipeater and a two-way igate.
I am currently using the T& symbol, because it transmits IS packets with a WIDE2-1 path. And that's what symbols-new.txt says to use.
Is that correct, or should I use I# as Kenneth's notes state?
It seems like perhaps I# would be better, because although that doesn't indicate that it's a two-way igate, it does indicate that it is both a digipeater and igate, which T& does not.
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> On Oct 18, 2016, at 17:37, Frank Knobbe <k4fhk at knobbe.us> wrote:
>> On Mon, 2016-10-17 at 23:21 -0700, Kenneth Finnegan wrote:
>> My suggestion for a suggested set of Digipeater overlays for us to
>> promote to users is as follows:
>> /# - Generic WIDEn-N digipeater
>> 1# - WIDE1-1/direct-only digipeater
>> A# - Alternate input (i.e. 144.990MHz) digipeater
>> I# - I-gate equipped digipeater
>> S# - SSn-N local net alias digipeater
>> X# - eXperimental digipeater
> Would it make sense to reserve a symbol, say C#, for cross-band digi?
> One that digis' VHF onto UHF? (The other direction may not be
> PS: On the viscous digi thread, I personally see it more of a mode of
> operation. I think with any symbol, one should focus on the primary
> reason/task for the device. For example, my TX Igate is a standard Igate
> symbol with T overlay, but it also viscously digipeats anything our high
> digis didn't catch (like a fill-in-as-needed digi...lol). But, it's
> primarily a TX Igate, so I chose that symbol.
> Since the viscous digi is primarily a direct-only digipeater, I think a
> 1# would be more appropriate. The fact that the direct-only digi is also
> viscous seems secondary, at least to me.
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