7555Re: [BPQ32] BPQ32 APRS & Wx Station
- Feb 1, 2012I doubt you will have much to worry about,
1) APRS works because all the digipeaters are on a single frequentie
2) if someone was to gate the trafic from aprs to a lap it will reduce by at least 75% but could be as much as 90% because all the duplicates are filtered out.
3) if nodes change their beacon to an aprs style beacon it will not add to trafic and the rare aprs message is hardly worth mentioning.
The only thing you might have to worry about is if someone misconfigured an igate and set it to gate everything from internet to rf but their PA will burn down in a few days if they did and I doubt bpqaprs can be set to reverse gate everything.
You are better off putting energy into sepparating laps from eachother and from the internode trafic, I remember something about there being a dedicated section in the 1.5 meter band specialy for node interlinking.
73 Andre PE1RDW
Op 1-2-2012 20:12, K.O. Higgs schreef:
Yep, I worry about having to deal with that mess too.
On 2/1/2012 12:55 PM, Randy wrote:I hope the aprs type messages don't start apearing on the let's say normal packet freq'sthat would destroy a packet node system. with all the beaconing going out.I think would be great if for sure kept on the APRS Freq.kf4cmj----- Original Message -----From: W6IDSSent: Wednesday, February 01, 2012 12:18 PMSubject: Re: [BPQ32] BPQ32 APRS & Wx StationJeez. . . .every once in a while it becomes apparent the extent of involvementyou have with some of this stuff, m'man.I've got the BPQ APRS thingie working. Map looks great, lots of activity. I changethe filter to 80 miles I think it says.APRS Messages window has a provision for what appears to be a simple, single line messagingeditor. Do I use that for simple "Howdy" messages to a station now, as is, or do I need wait tohave another VHF radio connected through an interface like RigBlaster and tuned to 144.390 first?
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