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Are you sure that transmit was still
working after the reception quits? Have you heard the packets on
another radio on the frequency or seen the transmit light
illuminate on the radio or observe the packet(s) decoded on
another APRS station?
Sometimes we think a station is transmitting when in fact the
packets being observed are coming via the APRS-IS.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and
On 3/3/2018 11:37 AM, michael.eckard@...
Thanks, Ken. I was not aware of those settings, but I have
gone in device manager and turned that feature off with respect
to each of the "hub" listings, as you suggested. Hopefully that
helps, but since APRSIS32 was still getting regular beacons,
etc. out on the PK-232 after the RF received stations stopped
showing up on the scroller, I'm not optimistic that will fix my
problem. In other words, if the power management is shutting
off power to the USB port after a period of time or that was
otherwise kicking the TNC out of kiss mode or something,
wouldn't that equally affect the ability to transmit?
But I'm eager to try in the hope that it could be a fix. I'm
working on mounting this station in a 4u rack case, so I have
the TNC disconnected this morning, but I'll have it back
connected and running this evening, which in turn means I should
know if that fixed the issue in the morning and will update the