- Apr 23, 2013I should also have said that nearest repeater, I estimate is 40 to 50 miles from my location
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Teddy Banks <tbanks204@...> wrote:
> Yes, I know about the path, and I changed it back to Wide2-2, I was just
> doing some testing, why? I have no idea. Thanks for the Info.
> On 4/23/2013 4:59 PM, Keith VE7GDH wrote:
> > KC0WNY wrote...
> > > I have a Tracker2 With an Alinco DR-135 radio that I am
> > > trying to use as a digipeater, KC0WNY but I guess there are
> > > things I don't under stand about this concept. I have two other
> > > mobile units, one being Kenwood TM-710A, KC0WNY-14,
> > > how come when I look at the packets from the mobile
> > > KC0WNY-14, I never see anything originating from
> > > KC0WNY from my Digipeater, only from other stations.
> > > Digipeat is set to on with the Tracker2...
> > I was going to say that perhaps the T20135 wasn't beaconing,
> > but it is. However, fixed stations, let alone digipeaters, should
> > not use WIDE1-1 in their path, and there is seldom anything to
> > be gained when its own beacons go out with a three hop path.
> > Those beacons with long paths are really just causing QRM
> > for those around you.
> > 2013-04-23 13:14:17 PDT:
> > KC0WNY>APOT21,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-2,qAR,KC0U-1
> > :!3748.06N/09556.91W# 12.4V Voice on 145.700
> > You are being heard direct and being gated by KCOU-1.
> > However, I see you later dropped the WIDE1-1. That's
> > a step in the right direction. Consider whether you can
> > reduce that one more hop down to just WIDE2-1 for
> > its own beacons! 8-)
> > So... it is beaconing and it is being heard, at least by
> > KCOU-1. However, there is the possibility that there just
> > isn't a lot of traffic for the digi to hear and digipeat, but
> > see below.
> > Turning to KC0WNY-14...
> > http://aprs.fi/?c=raw&call=KC0WNY-14&limit=1000&view=normal
> > With only one exception, it was heard direct by an IGate
> > the last 1000 beacons that it sent. It could very well have
> > been digipeated, by other digipeaters and your own, but
> > it is consistently making it to an IGate without needing
> > any help from a digi. Back on April 15, a single beacon
> > made it to an IGate with the help from a digi. You really
> > need to look on RF to see what is happening on RF... e.g.
> > if you look on the D710, you may find that it is consistently
> > hearing KC0WNY direct, just like the IGates are.
> > www.db0anf.de/app/aprs/stations/digiusers-KC0WNY?sort=lastheard-d
> > It appears that at least 7 stations have gone through KC02NY
> > this year and made it to an IGate... N70SH, MATFLD, KA7PHJ-11,
> > KTCHM, K0SUN-4, K0LTB-7 and N219RV.
> > 73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
> > --
> > "I may be lost, but I know exactly where I am!"
> Ham Radio Operators KCØWNY-KDØACN Ted & Kay
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