[aprssig] SSID on to-call?
kg4wsv at gmail.com
Fri Feb 4 17:38:38 EST 2011
On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 4:27 PM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr)
<ldeffenb at homeside.to> wrote:
> APRS101.PDF is your friend for questions like this. From page 16 (26 in
> The SSID field in the Destination Address (i.e. in the 7th address byte) is
> encoded as follows:
> APRS Digipeater Paths in Destination Address SSID
> SSID Path SSID Path
> -0 Use VIA path -8 North path
> -1 WIDE1-1 -9 South path
> -2 WIDE2-2 -10 East path
> -3 WIDE3-3 -11 West path
> -4 WIDE4-4 -12 North path + WIDE
> -5 WIDE5-5 -13 South path + WIDE
> -6 WIDE6-6 -14 East path + WIDE
> -7 WIDE7-7 -15 West path + WIDE
Ah, I'd seen that, once upon a time, but forgotten about it. Thanks.
> Now, if there's any digipeaters out there that actually have multiple
> antennas with directionality is one question and whether the software
> driving said multi-directional digis is actually sensitive to these -SSIDs
> is yet another question...
A more relevant question may be does any digi support the N-hop path
implied by the first 8 SSIDs?
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