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Re: [aprsisce] FLYnnn-7 "stations"

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  • Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
    Here s the transcript of an APRS chat I had with BG6QBV: 23:16:12 New Chat Between KJ4ERJ-AL and BG6QBV-19 on 2012-06-01 23:16:29 What are the FLYnnn-7
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      Here's the transcript of an APRS chat I had with BG6QBV:

      23:16:12  New Chat Between KJ4ERJ-AL and BG6QBV-19 on 2012-06-01
      23:16:29> What are the FLYnnn-7 stations? (*8-23:20:16)
      New Date  2012-06-02
      02:17:30> What are the FLYnnn-7 stations?
      02:20:58< http://henan.sina.com.cn/news/2010-06-02/212225650.html (*2-02:20:58)
      02:22:01< paragliding (*2-02:22:01)
      09:05:03> Thank you.  So many at once?  And beaconing so quickly? (*2-09:05:03)
      09:05:11> And there really should be callsigns in the packet somewhere. (*2-09:05:11)
      09:05:17> Even for APRS-IS. (*2-09:05:17)
      09:05:24< hello (*2-09:05:24)
      09:06:03< use (*2-09:06:03)
      09:06:24< use GPRS   (*2-09:06:25)
      09:06:38> Understood, but APRS-IS is for Licensed Amateur use as well. (*2-09:06:38)
      09:06:54< OK (*2-09:06:54)
      09:07:01< THis (*2-09:07:01)
      09:07:31> Packets on APRS-IS may get transmitted by a remote IGate to RF and+ (*2-09:07:31)
              > therefore should only be put onto the APRS-IS by licensed amateur+ (*2-09:07:32)
              > operators. (*2-09:07:33)
      09:07:40> (Pardon my English, you probably read it better than I do Chinese) (*2-09:07:40)
      09:07:50< This a test,I want a made a server  for it (*2-09:07:50)
      09:08:15< Äú»áÖÐÎÄ£¿ (*2-09:08:16)
      09:08:16> So they weren't really flying?  But just being simulated somehow? (*2-09:08:16)
      09:08:31> And a private server would be a good idea, rather than the global+ (*2-09:08:31)
              > APRS-IS. (*2-09:08:33)
      09:11:17< think for you tell me£¡ (*2-09:11:17)
      09:11:27< thank (*2-09:11:27)
      09:11:40> You're welcome. Thanks for listening.  And good luck getting the+ (*2-09:11:40)
              > system put together. (*2-09:11:41)
      09:13:07< Oh so free to play in China, China welcomes you (*2-09:13:08)
      09:13:31> Thanks. (*2-09:13:31)
      09:13:51< I say ENGLISH  no good (*2-09:13:51)
      09:14:07> Better than my Chinese! (*2-09:14:07)
      09:15:09< 73 for you£¬see you later  again£¡ (*2-09:15:09)
      09:15:14> 73 (*2-09:15:14)
      09:15:18> Have a good night. (*2-09:15:18)
      09:15:32< bye (*2-09:15:32)

      Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ  - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

      On 6/2/2012 1:08 PM, Cap Pennell wrote:

      Looks like internet users in China.   Probably GSM GPRS telephones, not on ham RF.   Of course, these are _not the first_ internet users to happily co-opt and clog up the "free" worldwide APRS network built by, and for, actual ham RF radio operators!  <grin>

      Thus far at least, we know APRS network congestion problems are still more critical on the ham RF channels (with their slower data throughput rates).

      73, Cap KE6AFE


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