[aprssig] Re : Re : NWS ON rf
steve at dimse.com
Sun May 10 17:36:40 EDT 2009
On May 10, 2009, at 5:26 PM, rttyman wrote:
> If you use its locally is all on your own risk, but when its pass to
> Internet backbone and if this call begin with prefix char of other
> country (not EIxxxx) your tactical data become just a QRM for other
> hams in network outside area where this tactic is actual.
OK, maybe you missed the news. IT IS NOT QRM. Everything that is
transmitted on a local RF network belongs on the APRS Internet System
(with the sole exception of third party packets, which are
retransmitted packets which have already appeared on the APRS IS). I
designed it that way, it has worked well for well over a decade, and
it will not change. Period.
If there is something on the APRS IS which is causing you problems, it
is up to you to develop a solution to filter the data. You cannot
dictate what can and cannot appear on the APRS IS. Period.
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