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Re: Block specific ssid

rickvolle
 

Thank you Lynn. I’ll give it a try. 


On Oct 22, 2019, at 8:26 PM, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

Please define "unfollow"?  I suspect you have configured a nickname that is set to bring up a MultiTrack or you told it to remember a MultiTrack when you closed it.

For the former (nickname), locate it and either delete it or remove the checkboxes on the automatic MultiTrack.

For the latter (remembered MultiTracks), simply close the MultiTrack and restart APRSIS32.  It will only re-remember it if the MultiTrack is open when you close APRSIS32.

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

On 10/22/2019 7:39 PM, rickvolle via Groups.Io wrote:
Thank you.  Another question then. I keep seeing a specific rfid that I need to unfollow. How do I do that?



On Oct 22, 2019, at 6:30 PM, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

RF or -IS?  On -IS, you can add -b/call-SSID which is a negated buddy filter.  On RF, there is no blocking.

Note that this doesn't block an -SSID, but a specific callsign-SSID.

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

On 10/22/2019 7:25 PM, rickvolle via Groups.Io wrote:
Hello all,

how owe do you go about blocking a specific ssid. 

Thanks 

Rick
N9NWI


Re: Block specific ssid

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Please define "unfollow"?  I suspect you have configured a nickname that is set to bring up a MultiTrack or you told it to remember a MultiTrack when you closed it.

For the former (nickname), locate it and either delete it or remove the checkboxes on the automatic MultiTrack.

For the latter (remembered MultiTracks), simply close the MultiTrack and restart APRSIS32.  It will only re-remember it if the MultiTrack is open when you close APRSIS32.

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

On 10/22/2019 7:39 PM, rickvolle via Groups.Io wrote:
Thank you.  Another question then. I keep seeing a specific rfid that I need to unfollow. How do I do that?



On Oct 22, 2019, at 6:30 PM, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

RF or -IS?  On -IS, you can add -b/call-SSID which is a negated buddy filter.  On RF, there is no blocking.

Note that this doesn't block an -SSID, but a specific callsign-SSID.

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

On 10/22/2019 7:25 PM, rickvolle via Groups.Io wrote:
Hello all,

how owe do you go about blocking a specific ssid. 

Thanks 

Rick
N9NWI


Re: Block specific ssid

rickvolle
 

Thank you.  Another question then. I keep seeing a specific rfid that I need to unfollow. How do I do that?



On Oct 22, 2019, at 6:30 PM, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

RF or -IS?  On -IS, you can add -b/call-SSID which is a negated buddy filter.  On RF, there is no blocking.

Note that this doesn't block an -SSID, but a specific callsign-SSID.

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

On 10/22/2019 7:25 PM, rickvolle via Groups.Io wrote:
Hello all,

how owe do you go about blocking a specific ssid. 

Thanks 

Rick
N9NWI


Re: Block specific ssid

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

RF or -IS?  On -IS, you can add -b/call-SSID which is a negated buddy filter.  On RF, there is no blocking.

Note that this doesn't block an -SSID, but a specific callsign-SSID.

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

On 10/22/2019 7:25 PM, rickvolle via Groups.Io wrote:
Hello all,

how owe do you go about blocking a specific ssid. 

Thanks 

Rick
N9NWI


Block specific ssid

rickvolle
 

Hello all,

how owe do you go about blocking a specific ssid. 

Thanks 

Rick
N9NWI


Re: Triggers

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

I wish!  Then I could just release it!  The current development version is same one that I run here and represents the latest version of the source.

APRSISMO, on the other hand, is very out of date, but you can get the latest "TestHost" from http://tinyurl.com/Get-APRSISMO and using the "2019 Ride for Ronald" link instead of the "Tap here to download".  I really need to get that straightened out too!

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

On 10/22/2019 6:17 PM, Julian wrote:
I bet you are using an enhanced APRSIS version, with all triggers, bells and whistles, leaving the rest of us in peril! He he.
Regards,  J,  M0IPU YO3FCA


Re: Triggers (was: KAM-XL symbol)

Julian
 

I bet you are using an enhanced APRSIS version, with all triggers, bells and whistles, leaving the rest of us in peril! He he.
Regards,  J,  M0IPU YO3FCA


Re: Map fading

patrick lambert
 

Wow thanks so much, now the map its really showing.

Télécharger Outlook pour Android


From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> on behalf of Randy Love <rlove31@...>
Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 1:10:08 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Map fading
 
Press and hold your right arrow key.
That should 'darken' your map.
Pressing the left arrow key makes it lighter, or 'faded'

73,
Randy
WF5X


On Tue, Oct 22, 2019 at 12:55 PM patrick lambert <lambertinos@...> wrote:
Guys my map is fading. The object on the map are ok but in the background, the map is fading. I can see it but its almost all white. Any one have this problem? Thanks.

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Re: Map fading

Randy Love
 

Press and hold your right arrow key.
That should 'darken' your map.
Pressing the left arrow key makes it lighter, or 'faded'

73,
Randy
WF5X


On Tue, Oct 22, 2019 at 12:55 PM patrick lambert <lambertinos@...> wrote:
Guys my map is fading. The object on the map are ok but in the background, the map is fading. I can see it but its almost all white. Any one have this problem? Thanks.

Télécharger Outlook pour Android


Map fading

patrick lambert
 

Guys my map is fading. The object on the map are ok but in the background, the map is fading. I can see it but its almost all white. Any one have this problem? Thanks.

Télécharger Outlook pour Android


Triggers (was: KAM-XL symbol)

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

On 10/22/2019 11:02 AM, Julian wrote:


My question for a new thread is abt triggers in APRSIS, can events be triggered, an object (a defined repeater obj for ex) when a mobile station comes within RF range? Even more, can an event be triggered, a message, packet etc via IS or RF when a station comes in range of a particular area, a park, summit  etc?

APRSISCE/32 doesn't currently support triggers on anything, but I have it on my ToDo list.  In particular, I'd like a notification to pop up when my wife's van is approaching home!

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


Re: KAM-XL symbol

Julian
 


(Edited - syntax)
Hi Lynn. Great. Tnx. I did actually come across this page (symbols.htm), maybe a couple of years ago. I remember now. I went past swiftly over the SSID defined icons section, quickly erasing it off my mind. I was saying to myself, ah, nobody uses that anymore... A decision with a boomerang effect, of course.
My question for a new thread is abt triggers in APRSIS, can events be triggered, an object (a defined repeater obj for ex) when a mobile station comes within RF range? Even more, can an event be triggered, a message, packet etc via IS or RF when a station comes in range of a particular area, a park, summit  etc?
Regards, J, M0IPU YO3FCA

 


Re: KAM-XL symbol

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Please see http://www.aprs.net/vm/DOS/SYMBOLS.HTM which documents symbol standards based on the -SSID for when the APRS packet doesn't contain any symbol information.  This is also documented on page 93 in the APRS101.PDF specification.

Not all APRS client applications implement the full specification, but APRSIS32 does implement the symbol hierarchy.


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

On 10/21/2019 1:33 PM, Julian wrote:

Hi Lynn. Tnx for coming back on this one. The stn is M0IPU-8, a setup I was playing with on my KAM-XL. I am attaching couple of pics anyway. Re Red Dot, I have also read your Wiki doc on the subject, but I believe aprs.fi uses it for current location on iconless... stns/GPGGA statements. I am not 100%. I didn't go through their help files.

Regards, J, M0IPU YO3FCA

Note: I believe the Yahoo group link needs to be updated on Wiki








Re: KAM-XL symbol (was: GPS Setup SOLVED)

Julian
 

Hi Randy. To be honest this is the 1st time I see this table, SSID defined icons!  I didn't realise icons can be defined by the SSID in APRS. This is very useful in my case, "pure" GPGGA statements. I'll need to polish my APRS skills... he he. I am assuming aprs.fi has not implemented this feature, probably stn status conflicts etc? Many thanks.
I have tried SSID -4; truly, APRSISCE shows a bicycle; red dot in aprs.fi
Regards and 73 de J, M0IPU YO3FCA


Re: KAM-XL symbol (was: GPS Setup SOLVED)

Randy Love
 

You're seeing a boat in APRSIS32 because the SSID -8 is a boat since there is no other indicator of symbol.
APRS.fi is defaulting it to a red dot tho..

From the APRS spec:
image.png

73,
Randy
WF5X


On Mon, Oct 21, 2019 at 1:41 PM Julian <iulianp@...> wrote:

Hi Lynn. Tnx for coming back on this one. The stn is M0IPU-8, a setup I was playing with on my KAM-XL. I am attaching couple of pics anyway. Re Red Dot, I have also read your Wiki doc on the subject, but I believe aprs.fi uses it for current location on iconless... stns/GPGGA statements. I am not 100%. I didn't go through their help files.

Regards, J, M0IPU YO3FCA

Note: I believe the Yahoo group link needs to be updated on Wiki








Re: KAM-XL symbol (was: GPS Setup SOLVED)

Julian
 


Hi Lynn. Tnx for coming back on this one. The stn is M0IPU-8, a setup I was playing with on my KAM-XL. I am attaching couple of pics anyway. Re Red Dot, I have also read your Wiki doc on the subject, but I believe aprs.fi uses it for current location on iconless... stns/GPGGA statements. I am not 100%. I didn't go through their help files.

Regards, J, M0IPU YO3FCA

Note: I believe the Yahoo group link needs to be updated on Wiki








KAM-XL symbol (was: GPS Setup SOLVED)

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

What particular station was showing a boat vs a red dot?  I'd like to track down and explain the choice of symbol.

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

On 10/21/2019 3:55 AM, Julian wrote:
Hi Brandon, I haven't experimented with APRSISCE GPS yet, but programs working with NMEA normally pick up the GPGGA and GPRMC data as these strings contain position, altitude, speed etc. As long as the GPS (possibly GLONASS) unit TXes these strings everything should be OK: https://www.gpsinformation.org/dale/nmea.htm   https://youtu.be/AXwSYz6htsg 
I can see you have got a Fix Quality of 2 in the GGA string which is very good. I am no expert in GPS, but I had to learn few things, forced by the hobby... I have experimented with Kantronics KAM-XL where you can find a similar setup, GPS wise. What I have noticed is that APRSISCE shows the KAM-XL GPS waypoins with a boat symbol (I am assuming it could because boats use a similar format in their positioning system?), aprs.fi on the other hand shows them correctly as waypoints (red dot). aprsdirect.com doesn't show them at all ( I learned aprsdirect.com doesn't show APRS Items either). aprs.fi won't show waypoints with a poor Fix Quality aka zero.
Good luck and regards,73 de J M0IPU YO3FCA


Re: GPS Setup SOLVED

Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...>
 

The first two lines may be a communication link or baud rate connection to your computer from the GPS. Once that function happens the gps is running and linked to your computer.

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From: "Brandon Clark"
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Sunday October 20 2019 5:40:26PM
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] GPS Setup SOLVED

Hello group,

I found a section of the GPS dongle's configuration utility where you can tell the dongle how to send the NMEA strings. Two of the settings are called "Main Talker ID" and "GSV Talker ID". They were previously set as follows:
Main Talker ID: 0-system dependent
GSV Talker ID: 0-GNSS Specific

I'm far from a GPS expert (obviously), but I think the dongle was formatting the data strings differently based on what type of satellite system the data was coming from. I changed those settings to the following:
Main Talker ID: 1-GP (GPS)
GSV Talker ID: 1-Use Main Talker ID

After flashing those instructions to the dongle I reopened the virtual COM port in PuTTY. Everything is not coming through as $GPxxx type strings:
image

There is still all that funky stuff at the beginning, but I guess that's normal because it doesn't seem to be hurting anything. Anyway, when I engage the port in APRSIS32 again I get a full lock almost immediately, as expected.
73,
Brandon Clark, KL7BSC


Re: GPS Setup SOLVED

Julian
 

Hi Brandon, I haven't experimented with APRSISCE GPS yet, but programs working with NMEA normally pick up the GPGGA and GPRMC data as these strings contain position, altitude, speed etc. As long as the GPS (possibly GLONASS) unit TXes these strings everything should be OK: https://www.gpsinformation.org/dale/nmea.htm   https://youtu.be/AXwSYz6htsg 
I can see you have got a Fix Quality of 2 in the GGA string which is very good. I am no expert in GPS, but I had to learn few things, forced by the hobby... I have experimented with Kantronics KAM-XL where you can find a similar setup, GPS wise. What I have noticed is that APRSISCE shows the KAM-XL GPS waypoins with a boat symbol (I am assuming it could because boats use a similar format in their positioning system?), aprs.fi on the other hand shows them correctly as waypoints (red dot). aprsdirect.com doesn't show them at all ( I learned aprsdirect.com doesn't show APRS Items either). aprs.fi won't show waypoints with a poor Fix Quality aka zero.
Good luck and regards,73 de J M0IPU YO3FCA


Re: GPS Setup SOLVED

Brandon Clark
 

Hello group,

I found a section of the GPS dongle's configuration utility where you can tell the dongle how to send the NMEA strings. Two of the settings are called "Main Talker ID" and "GSV Talker ID". They were previously set as follows:
Main Talker ID: 0-system dependent
GSV Talker ID: 0-GNSS Specific

I'm far from a GPS expert (obviously), but I think the dongle was formatting the data strings differently based on what type of satellite system the data was coming from. I changed those settings to the following:
Main Talker ID: 1-GP (GPS)
GSV Talker ID: 1-Use Main Talker ID

After flashing those instructions to the dongle I reopened the virtual COM port in PuTTY. Everything is not coming through as $GPxxx type strings:


There is still all that funky stuff at the beginning, but I guess that's normal because it doesn't seem to be hurting anything. Anyway, when I engage the port in APRSIS32 again I get a full lock almost immediately, as expected.
73,
Brandon Clark, KL7BSC

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