13249Re: DOUBLE command
- Dec 1, 2011Actually, that reminds me of a question I had regarding this - are the two back to back packets sent identical, and with nothing but flags (7E hex) sent between them? I presumed they would be, but thought it best to ask to be sure.
Just thinking if a digipeater managed to hear both packets, they would have to be identical for the 'duplicate list' to pick up on it and only digipeat one back out.
--- In email@example.com, Scott Miller <scott@...> wrote:
> Yes. Thought I put that one in the manual. That's exactly what it does
> - it sends two packets back to back. I'll use it sometimes with a very
> short position packet if I'm somewhere with marginal coverage.
> On 12/1/2011 12:52 AM, notrobbage wrote:
> > Scott, the T2 in my car started doing an odd thing after installing the
> > latest devel. It was beaconing twice every time it should have beaconed
> > once. I found a command DOUBLE which was turned on. I've never noticed
> > this command before and it isn't in the PDF manual. Is it possible this
> > is causing the double beacons?
> > Rob VK6UFO
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