[aprssig] 2 Port Digitpeater was: APRS UHF freq? (9600 baud)

Bob Mueller bob at funautical.com
Wed Jan 25 12:28:13 CST 2017


I also think 220 is a good place for APRS.  Since there is hardly any other
activity on that band.

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Bob Mueller
K8MD
bob at funautical.com

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 12:41 PM, Bill Vodall <wa7nwp at gmail.com> wrote:

> >
> > > Has anybody actually succeeded in putting two KISS TNC's "back to
> > > back" to form an independently operating (no computer between them)
> > > two-way "bridge" to pass traffic bi-directionally?
> > > Lots of suggesting that this could work, but has it been done?
> >
> > In theory it should work but it's not a proper solution to the problem.
> ...
>
> > To do it properly you would want to put an application between the two
> TNCs
> > to perform digipeating by the normal rules.  There are countless
> digipeater
> > implementations out there but I'm not sure how many of them can handle
> > multiple radio channels at the same time.
>
> That application is Digi_ned.  http://digined.pe1mew.nl/   It allows
> complete configuration of digipeating and control of the paths and is
> able to handle multiple ports.
>
> At one time I had a three band stack running.   Packets chosen to come
> out on the other-channels would have information added to the paths
> showing where they were originated.  It was possible for users to
> manually route return packets to go through the hub to a chosen
> frequency and/or destination.
>
> I'll write the whole thing up with the digipeater rules soon..
>
> 73
> Bill, WA7NWP
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