[aprssig] Voice Repeater NO-TONE

Steve Noskowicz noskosteve at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 4 21:14:26 EST 2007

Similar to my thoughts, but ...  RE Software parsing

  I think the equivalent construct in any language is not a big deal.  
    If  X$ = "T"  Or  X$ = "C"  then ...
  is not difficult.

   However, does it have to be parced anywhere?  I thought it was just the D7
display format that makes this 'nice'.  Anything with a 'regular' display, just
displays the message text "full screen", no?  

Also "Tnul" fits the paradigm.  Digits are characters, so no issue there.

Just lobbying for intuitive/innately understood/however you think of it.

Any more ideas / comments out there?

73, Steve, K9DCI

--- "J. Gary Bender, WS5N" <WS5N at wildblue.net> wrote:

> Keep in mind that the vast majority of APRS users are not monitoring this
> mailing list.  Anything that is not obvious is not likely to be understood. 
> I think T000 is the most likely to be innately understood.  It will probably
> be easier to parse in software as well, i.e. "T" is always followed by 3
> digits.
> --
> J. Gary Bender, WS5N
> Fence Lake, New Mexico  USA
> On Sun, 4 Nov 2007 13:32:41 -0700, Bob Bruninga wrote:
> >> I was trying to think of a good "Carrier" abbr.
> >> TCar came to mind, but didn't cut the mustard.
> >>
> > Hey you are right.  We used to call it COR for Carrier Operated Relay.  So
> > maybe put COR. instead of T###
> >
> > Thanks for the hint.  Ill try to  update my pages this week...
> >
> > bob, Wb4APR
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