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Re: [sarex] RS0ISS and ARISS and PCsat

The problem appears that N8DEU-11 and KB2M-00 are both stripping off the
original path that would show RS0ISS*.  I cannot imagine how two different
IGates are doing the same thing?


 On Sat, 23 Feb 2002, jeff w griffin

> KB2M-3>APK,APS,N8DEU-11*:@231400z3911.07N/07444.98Wj000/000/TM-D7/M0/OFF
> KB2M-3>APMICE,APS,KB2M-00*:@231400z3911.07N]07444.98W/078/000/Mic-E/M0/OF
> F DUTYwww.qsl.net/kb2m
> Both these packets are from ISS. We use call substitution to see who is
> diging the packets. This is done with APRS+.
> >When I look at findu.com, I see no packets in the last 48 hours that
> > came  through ISS from kb2m-3. All the packets there have terrestrial
> digi  paths.
> 73 Jeff kb2m

de WB4APR@amsat.org, Bob

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