[aprssig] Low Alt aircraft path

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Fri Jul 18 02:39:50 EDT 2014

I agreee.  A single WIDE2-1.

Works the same as WIDE1-1 (the actual intent) but does not key up every
WIDE1-1 station over hundreds of square miles.  For example, when my
WIDE1-1 at home keys up, it wipes our TV audio for 1 second.  Wife HATES

But for the rare occasional mobile that needs it, no big deal.  But being
keyed up by an airplane for over an hour flying a hundreds miles away is


On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 3:57 PM, Randy Allen <ka0azs at earthlink.net> wrote:

> I have a ham friend with a MT-AIO that he wants to use in his airplane.
>  He states he usually operates at 1-2,000 Ft AGL.  We have discussed the
> issues that have come up with high altitude balloons.  He understands to
> NOT have WIDE1-1 in the path for this application.
> His research is pointing him to WIDE2-1.  Given the number of Digi's in
> the area, I wonder how no path would work.
> One of his concerns is that some of the small airports he uses away from
> home are in areas without Digi coverage at ground level and thinks that no
> path would not allow him to get a packet out when landed and parked.
> I have suggested programming each configuration available to him with a
> WIDE2-1 and no path.
> Comments, suggestions?
> Thanks in advance
> 73
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