Re: Which Log is for the Data-Port?

Lynn Deffenbaugh

Look for a Trace Log called Port(<YourPortName>) and enable it.  You should also see these in the IGate Trace Log if the correct options are chosen on the port configuration dialog to gate the received packets.  At least I think the name is IGate!  I don't have one running at the moment having switched my IGate over to APRSISMO.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

On 11/13/2019 8:32 AM, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
I do not see a way in APRSIS32 to read or see or log data coming in from the SignaLink Soundcard which is plugged into the D710GA data port.

However, AGWPE can see it as here is a recent decode:

 3:Fm BIRDMY To APTT4 Via WIDE1-1 <UI pid=F0 Len=50 >[03:15:55]

 3:Fm RS0ISS To CQ <UI pid=F0 Len=36 >[06:02:54]
ARISS - International Space Station

I had hoped to iGate these back to wherever the Sat owners might read and see their respective Birds were seen over Kentucky.

I have Packets Log turned on. But they are all APRS-IS , typically :

2019-11-13T13:06:26.952 IS[APRS-IS] KG4DVE-1>APMI06,TCPIP*,qAS,KG4DVE:;146.94-TR*111111z3823.97N/08239.77Wr146.940MHz T107 R25m KG4DVE/R

The AGWPE Setup is for

Microphone (23- USB Audio CODEC )
Speakers (23- USB Audio CODEC )

which IS the SignaLink plugged into the Data Port.

I had CH-B/Band-B tuned to 145.825 and the decodes came from that.
Thus I see the D710GA IS decoding stuff off the data port. Or ?.

How would I gather those decodes and iGate them from APRSIS32?

Thank you.


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