Re: Getting APRSIS TO tx/rx on RF
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Ah cool I didnt realize that was a thing. Thanks!
On Jan 25, 2020, at 11:40 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...
Yes, just send an APRS message to the station you want to query.
You can even send an APRS message to yourself to query your own
All queries start with a ?. If you send an invalid query (like
?JUNK) APRSIS32 will respond with the queries that are supported.
> Support[1/2]: ?APRSD ?APRSL
?APRSH ?APRSM ?APRSO ?APRSP ?APRSS
> Support[2/2]:?APRST/?PING? ?ABOUT/?APRSV/?VER ?CPU
The only odd-ball is ?APRSH (query heard). By default it will
respond with the path over which the query was received. But if
you add a trailing * (?APRSH *), it will respond with a list of
all stations heard via RF ports. ?APRSD responds with the direct
stations (no hops used), ?APRSL with local (<2 hops and past N
minutes). The number in () will be the calculated used hop count
with (0) suppressed for directly-received stations.
has an interesting list although I didn't study it in detail just
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE
for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 1/25/2020 11:14 AM, Jeffrey Golas
How do you do these queries? Is it possible to do
within the software?
On Jan 25, 2020, at 10:37 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...
I'm glad we got it worked out. I'm still surprised that
the <Open/CloseCmd>s from the Kenwood APRS radios
(lurking beneath the "KISS" port type) actually made your
TNC function, but function it did!
According to the query I just did
(?APRSH *), you've copied packets from 5 stations in the
past 2 hours or so:
G3CWI-5(1) G6YRK-7 M0WIT-9(2)
G6YRK-7 and MB7UMC were copied
direct and the other 3 were via digipeats. Is G6YRK-7 your
APRS HT? If so, what was the magic to get it decoded and
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile
Well what can I say, what a good job Lynn did last night
sorting my problem out, plus I also learnt a lot about
APRSIS that I did not know, and I have been using since it
since about 2003
but we (Lynn) found the problem was down to the "Kiss"
settings, I had it set to Simply (KISS) and my old system
running on Win7 was Just "KISS" so changed it and hey presto
and we were chatting on APRSIS untill about 02:30 in the
morning trying to sort it
But Very Many thanks Lynn and putting up with some of my
Steve G6YRK uk
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