[aprssig] [OZAPRS] IGATES in south east qld Australia

Andrew Rich vk4tec at tech-software.net
Thu Nov 5 16:02:07 EST 2009

What you dont want

01. DIGIS beaconing every 5 minutes
02. INET to RF traffic swamping the freq
03. No INET to RF path (messaging)
04. Mobiles not being able to get through
05. Mobiles sending at high rates
06. Unnecessary geograhically non relavant data being sent to RF from INET

What you do want

07. Digis beaconing sensibly
08. INET to RF kept to a minimum or even just messaging
09. Both ways messaging
10. Mobiles have a good chance of getting through
11. Mobiles sending at sensible rates and using smart digi where possible.
12. Geographically relavent data sent to RF IF you have to.

At the moment, we have some of 01, 02, some 03, some of 04, some of 06
At the moment, we have some of 07, none of 08, some of 09, some of 10, some of 11, some of 12

Remember, not everyone has rx capable mobiles

And if the packets are to help people at home, they should really be using the internet to help with bandwidth.

Conserve the RF spectrum

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Andrew Rich 
  To: Australian APRS Users 
  Cc: TAPR APRS Mailing List 
  Sent: Friday, November 06, 2009 6:22 AM
  Subject: [OZAPRS] IGATES in south east qld Australia

  I recently fitted the car with APRS.

  I am hearing some INET to RF traffic on 145.175 MHz

  I am hearing almost constant INET to RF traffic on 439.100 MHz

  What I find weird is, most people seem to be running dumb trackers, ie they can't even RX the packets.

  My question is, who or what is the INET to RF supposed to support then ?

  I am not sure everyone is doing both way gating as well, I tried a few INET to RF messages.

  Surely you would favour the mobiles.

  It makes it really hard to impossible for mobiles to get out.

  Can you please look at this situation.

  Andrew VK4TEC


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