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Re: Bluetooth w/ Kenwood TH-D74

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Haven't studied it all, but if you're getting NMEA from an RF port, you do NOT want to configure an NMEA port separately. Windows only allows a single connection per port and the RF Port will recognize the NMEA and pass it internally to the location routines.  Clear the device selection out of the NMEA port.

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

On 8/25/2020 2:06 PM, Demetre - M0SUY/SV1UY wrote:
Hi Mitch and group,

I managed to make APRSIS32 connect to my TH-D74 and also see the GPS, but APRSIS32 can only receive incoming PACKETS.
When I press Transmit on APRSIS32 (top left menu) it does not transmit any BEACONS! I also tried to send APRS messages but I cannot do this either.

I have followed all instructions, but I am sure I am still missing something.

Here is a copy of my logfile:
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Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:27.084 Read 75 bytes after 1014 msec (up from 1010) vs 0 Quiet
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.264 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.264 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.275 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.275 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.283 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.292 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.302 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:30.786 Kenwood[102]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0UBX>APOSB,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251747z5216.96N\00038.39W&/A=000000SharkRF openSPOT3
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:31.749 Kenwood[139]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0SMJ-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G0SMJ B *251747z5147.96ND00110.94Ea/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 438.80000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:32.706 Kenwood[135]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7KY-R>APDG03,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5608.40ND00310.80W&/A=000000440 MMDVM Voice 439.65000MHz -9.0000MHz, GB7KY_Pi-Star
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:35.400 Kenwood[110]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0UBX>APOSB,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251747z5216.96N\00038.39W&/A=000000SharkRF openSPOT3
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:36.410 Kenwood[147]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0SMJ-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G0SMJ B *251747z5147.96ND00110.94Ea/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 438.80000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:37.398 Kenwood[143]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7KY-R>APDG03,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5608.40ND00310.80W&/A=000000440 MMDVM Voice 439.65000MHz -9.0000MHz, GB7KY_Pi-Star
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.264 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.264 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.275 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.275 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.285 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.305 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.310 Kenwood[1]:?
WinMain:2020-08-25T17:48:04.281 Logging Disabled
WinMain:2020-08-25T17:48:37.848 Logging Enabled
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:38.445 Kenwood[180]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0RSQ>APSK20,TCPIP,MB7UXX*::G4FKH :A,-100.5,-108.1,-109.4,B,-95.1,-106.7,-108,C,-105.8,-107.7,-108.8,D,-102.7,-106.7,-108.5,E,-103.1,-106.3,-108.7
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.270 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.270 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.291 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.291 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.301 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.306 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.310 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.265 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.265 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.275 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.275 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.282 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.286 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.297 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:30.564 Kenwood[84]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GM4TNP>UV1QVR-2,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`y&Jl<1E>o-/"4t}PicoAPRS by DB1NTO
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:31.468 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7RA-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;GB7RA B *251749z5317.39ND00303.87WaRNG0001 440 Voice 439.65000MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:33.243 Kenwood[92]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GM4TNP>UV1QVR-2,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`y&Jl<1E>o-/"4t}PicoAPRS by DB1NTO
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:34.190 Kenwood[138]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7RA-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;GB7RA B *251749z5317.39ND00303.87WaRNG0001 440 Voice 439.65000MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.261 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.261 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.271 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.271 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.274 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.279 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.289 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:57.397 Kenwood[99]:MB7UCJ>APNU19,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1:!5456.74N/00135.56W# (MB7UCJ part of the MB7UXX APRS Group of Digis.)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:58.954 Kenwood[105]:MB7UCJ>APNU19,MB7UXX,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1:!5456.74N/00135.56W# (MB7UCJ part of the MB7UXX APRS Group of Digis.)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:18.070 Kenwood[68]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:>071124zAPRS Serv http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:22.772 Kenwood[76]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:>071124zAPRS Serv http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:29.938 Kenwood[52]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:<IGATE,MSG_CNT=19095,LOC_CNT=6
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:30.697 Kenwood[113]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7RJ-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5255.55ND00303.32W&RNG0001 440 Voice 439.53750MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:31.408 Kenwood[99]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G1DIO>APDW15,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G1DIO *111111z5215.24N\00110.33W=APRS Gateway
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:32.275 Kenwood[127]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}2E0SWI-1>APMI04,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251750z5047.47N/00109.96W_129/006g017t063r000p059P001h00b00000Gosport, UK
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:34.787 Kenwood[60]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:<IGATE,MSG_CNT=19095,LOC_CNT=6
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:35.644 Kenwood[121]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7RJ-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5255.55ND00303.32W&RNG0001 440 Voice 439.53750MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:36.366 Kenwood[107]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G1DIO>APDW15,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G1DIO *111111z5215.24N\00110.33W=APRS Gateway
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:37.288 Kenwood[135]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}2E0SWI-1>APMI04,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251750z5047.47N/00109.96W_129/006g017t063r000p059P001h00b00000Gosport, UK
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.267 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.267 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.277 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.277 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.283 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.292 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.313 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:31.641 Kenwood[107]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}2E0GTT-7>APOSB,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251751z5050.81N/00104.48WK/A=0000322E0GTT on openSPOT3
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:32.224 Kenwood[83]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G8WWI-9>UQUTWT,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`v'.lH0>/`"56}433.275MHz Paul_%
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:32.983 Kenwood[108]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G6VEY>APX215,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5245.44N/00022.38WxPHG0100Linux APRS - radar.liveradar.uk
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:41.968 Kenwood[115]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}2E0GTT-7>APOSB,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251751z5050.81N/00104.48WK/A=0000322E0GTT on openSPOT3
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:42.594 Kenwood[91]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G8WWI-9>UQUTWT,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`v'.lH0>/`"56}433.275MHz Paul_%
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:43.401 Kenwood[116]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G6VEY>APX215,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5245.44N/00022.38WxPHG0100Linux APRS - radar.liveradar.uk
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.271 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.271 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.283 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.303 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.303 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.313 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.333 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:32.078 Kenwood[139]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0BUB-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G0BUB P *251752z5000.00ND00300.00Wa/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.00000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:32.880 Kenwood[122]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0BUB-P>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5000.00ND00300.00W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.00000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:41.018 Kenwood[147]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0BUB-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G0BUB P *251752z5000.00ND00300.00Wa/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.00000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:41.918 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0BUB-P>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5000.00ND00300.00W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.00000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.273 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.273 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.283 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.283 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.294 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.299 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.307 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:31.417 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G8PBH-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G8PBH B *251753z5255.99ND00115.20WaRNG0001 440 Voice 433.65000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:32.057 Kenwood[91]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G8PKY-12>UQRYSW,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`x;&l,J[/"4/}Not exercising on my bike
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:32.815 Kenwood[107]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7NA-C>APJI43,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5333.99ND00124.27W&RNG0020 2m Voice 145.675 -0.600 MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:41.990 Kenwood[138]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G8PBH-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G8PBH B *251753z5255.99ND00115.20WaRNG0001 440 Voice 433.65000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:42.689 Kenwood[99]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G8PKY-12>UQRYSW,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`x;&l,J[/"4/}Not exercising on my bike
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:43.478 Kenwood[115]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7NA-C>APJI43,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5333.99ND00124.27W&RNG0020 2m Voice 145.675 -0.600 MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:48.336 Kenwood[78]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:=5456.35N/00132.10WIPHG5460 http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:50.225 Kenwood[86]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:=5456.35N/00132.10WIPHG5460 http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.259 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.259 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.279 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.279 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.281 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.289 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.309 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:32.120 Kenwood[122]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7HX-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5338.75ND00152.40W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 439.57500MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:32.766 Kenwood[93]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G4DCP-10>APVRT7,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5054.00N/00104.45W&144.8000MHz By AVRT7
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:33.736 Kenwood[139]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7NR-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;GB7NR B *251754z5259.17ND00107.17Wa/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 439.43750MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:35.795 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7HX-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5338.75ND00152.40W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 439.57500MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:36.468 Kenwood[101]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G4DCP-10>APVRT7,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5054.00N/00104.45W&144.8000MHz By AVRT7
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:37.475 Kenwood[147]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7NR-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;GB7NR B *251754z5259.17ND00107.17Wa/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 439.43750MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:43.550 Kenwood[102]:MB7UX>APNU19,MB7UXX,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1:!5450.10N/00132.35W# (MB7UX part of the MB7UXX APRS Group of Digis)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:46.271 Kenwood[101]:MB7UX>APNU19,MB7UXX,MB7UCJ,WIDE2*:!5450.10N/00132.35W# (MB7UX part of the MB7UXX APRS Group of Digis)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:47.735 Kenwood[99]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:;GB7XX *211408z5457.08N/00134.24Wr439.4625 -9.0 DMR CC:10 qrz.com/db/gb7xx
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:50.199 Kenwood[107]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:;GB7XX *211408z5457.08N/00134.24Wr439.4625 -9.0 DMR CC:10 qrz.com/db/gb7xx
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:51.501 Kenwood[81]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:;GB7YI *101206z5458.46N/00206.03Wr439.575 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.262 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.262 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.273 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.273 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.280 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.285 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.296 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:55.551 Kenwood[89]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:;GB7YI *101206z5458.46N/00206.03Wr439.575 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:57.304 Kenwood[82]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:;GB7TY *062023z5459.47N/00202.74Wr439.6125 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:58.834 Kenwood[81]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:;GB7CZ *101207z5444.12N/00144.59Wr439.500 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:02.359 Kenwood[90]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:;GB7TY *062023z5459.47N/00202.74Wr439.6125 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:02.990 Kenwood[89]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:;GB7CZ *101207z5444.12N/00144.59Wr439.500 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:14.477 Kenwood[79]:MB7VU>APZ18,MB7UXX,WIDE2*:!5444.11N/00144.71W# (APRS DIGI MB7VU UIDIGI 1.8bA) 1
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:18.186 Kenwood[79]:MB7VU>APZ18,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2:!5444.11N/00144.71W# (APRS DIGI MB7VU UIDIGI 1.8bA) 1
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:19.918 Kenwood[68]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:>071124zAPRS Serv http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:24.456 Kenwood[76]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:>071124zAPRS Serv http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:30.738 Kenwood[52]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:<IGATE,MSG_CNT=19095,LOC_CNT=6
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:32.274 Kenwood[100]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0HWW-5>APBM1D,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5222.22N/00129.51W[000/000/A=000249SMSC Active.
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:33.148 Kenwood[127]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}2E0SWI-1>APMI04,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251755z5047.47N/00109.96W_312/003g013t063r000p059P001h00b00000Gosport, UK
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:39.899 Kenwood[60]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:<IGATE,MSG_CNT=19095,LOC_CNT=6
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:40.635 Kenwood[108]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0HWW-5>APBM1D,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5222.22N/00129.51W[000/000/A=000249SMSC Active.
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:41.581 Kenwood[135]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}2E0SWI-1>APMI04,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251755z5047.47N/00109.96W_312/003g013t063r000p059P001h00b00000Gosport, UK
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.268 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.268 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.287 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.298 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.298 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.308 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.310 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:30.932 Kenwood[105]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0JMS-10>APDR15,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5131.11N/00058.97W< G0JMS - Motorcycle mobile (Min)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:33.558 Kenwood[122]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G1PCM-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5000.00ND00300.00W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.10000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:34.322 Kenwood[110]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G8HQJ-2>APWW11,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@175631h5037.29N/00443.68W-barry delabole cornwall rf only
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:35.991 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G1PCM-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5000.00ND00300.00W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.10000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:36.807 Kenwood[118]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G8HQJ-2>APWW11,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@175631h5037.29N/00443.68W-barry delabole cornwall rf only
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:48.790 Kenwood[103]:MB7UX>APNU19,MB7UXX,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1:!5450.10N/00132.35W# (MB7UX APRS DIGI UIDIGI 1.9B3 QTH Great Lumley)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:51.632 Kenwood[102]:MB7UX>APNU19,MB7UXX,MB7UCJ,WIDE2*:!5450.10N/00132.35W# (MB7UX APRS DIGI UIDIGI 1.9B3 QTH Great Lumley)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.259 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.259 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.269 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.269 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.279 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.281 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.286 Kenwood[1]:?
==========================================================================================================================================

Also NMEA shows a delay instead of OK on top left but on the bottom it shows a FIX and how many satellites it is receiving and a N/A under it.
Finally the port I create called TH-D74 has an OK indicator next to it, unlike the NMEA port.

I would have uploaded 2 screenshots to show exactly what I can see on my APRSIS32 window but I cannot find a way to attach or paste any pictures here.
Probably the group moderator has stopped attachments

Any ideas anyone please?

73 de Demetre M0SUY/SV1UY


Re: Bluetooth w/ Kenwood TH-D74

Demetre - M0SUY/SV1UY
 

Hi Mitch and group,

I managed to make APRSIS32 connect to my TH-D74 and also see the GPS, but APRSIS32 can only receive incoming PACKETS.
When I press Transmit on APRSIS32 (top left menu) it does not transmit any BEACONS! I also tried to send APRS messages but I cannot do this either.

I have followed all instructions, but I am sure I am still missing something.

Here is a copy of my logfile:
===================================================================================
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:27.084 Read 75 bytes after 1014 msec (up from 1010) vs 0 Quiet
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.264 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.264 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.275 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.275 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.283 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.292 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:29.302 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:30.786 Kenwood[102]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0UBX>APOSB,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251747z5216.96N\00038.39W&/A=000000SharkRF openSPOT3
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:31.749 Kenwood[139]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0SMJ-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G0SMJ B *251747z5147.96ND00110.94Ea/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 438.80000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:32.706 Kenwood[135]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7KY-R>APDG03,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5608.40ND00310.80W&/A=000000440 MMDVM Voice 439.65000MHz -9.0000MHz, GB7KY_Pi-Star
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:35.400 Kenwood[110]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0UBX>APOSB,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251747z5216.96N\00038.39W&/A=000000SharkRF openSPOT3
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:36.410 Kenwood[147]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0SMJ-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G0SMJ B *251747z5147.96ND00110.94Ea/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 438.80000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:37.398 Kenwood[143]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7KY-R>APDG03,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5608.40ND00310.80W&/A=000000440 MMDVM Voice 439.65000MHz -9.0000MHz, GB7KY_Pi-Star
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.264 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.264 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.275 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.275 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.285 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.305 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:47:44.310 Kenwood[1]:?
WinMain:2020-08-25T17:48:04.281 Logging Disabled
WinMain:2020-08-25T17:48:37.848 Logging Enabled
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:38.445 Kenwood[180]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0RSQ>APSK20,TCPIP,MB7UXX*::G4FKH :A,-100.5,-108.1,-109.4,B,-95.1,-106.7,-108,C,-105.8,-107.7,-108.8,D,-102.7,-106.7,-108.5,E,-103.1,-106.3,-108.7
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.270 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.270 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.291 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.291 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.301 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.306 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:48:44.310 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.265 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.265 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.275 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.275 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.282 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.286 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:19.297 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:30.564 Kenwood[84]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GM4TNP>UV1QVR-2,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`y&Jl<1E>o-/"4t}PicoAPRS by DB1NTO
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:31.468 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7RA-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;GB7RA B *251749z5317.39ND00303.87WaRNG0001 440 Voice 439.65000MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:33.243 Kenwood[92]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GM4TNP>UV1QVR-2,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`y&Jl<1E>o-/"4t}PicoAPRS by DB1NTO
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:34.190 Kenwood[138]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7RA-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;GB7RA B *251749z5317.39ND00303.87WaRNG0001 440 Voice 439.65000MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.261 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.261 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.271 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.271 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.274 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.279 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:45.289 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:57.397 Kenwood[99]:MB7UCJ>APNU19,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1:!5456.74N/00135.56W# (MB7UCJ part of the MB7UXX APRS Group of Digis.)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:49:58.954 Kenwood[105]:MB7UCJ>APNU19,MB7UXX,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1:!5456.74N/00135.56W# (MB7UCJ part of the MB7UXX APRS Group of Digis.)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:18.070 Kenwood[68]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:>071124zAPRS Serv http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:22.772 Kenwood[76]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:>071124zAPRS Serv http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:29.938 Kenwood[52]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:<IGATE,MSG_CNT=19095,LOC_CNT=6
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:30.697 Kenwood[113]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7RJ-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5255.55ND00303.32W&RNG0001 440 Voice 439.53750MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:31.408 Kenwood[99]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G1DIO>APDW15,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G1DIO *111111z5215.24N\00110.33W=APRS Gateway
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:32.275 Kenwood[127]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}2E0SWI-1>APMI04,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251750z5047.47N/00109.96W_129/006g017t063r000p059P001h00b00000Gosport, UK
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:34.787 Kenwood[60]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:<IGATE,MSG_CNT=19095,LOC_CNT=6
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:35.644 Kenwood[121]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7RJ-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5255.55ND00303.32W&RNG0001 440 Voice 439.53750MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:36.366 Kenwood[107]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G1DIO>APDW15,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G1DIO *111111z5215.24N\00110.33W=APRS Gateway
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:37.288 Kenwood[135]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}2E0SWI-1>APMI04,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251750z5047.47N/00109.96W_129/006g017t063r000p059P001h00b00000Gosport, UK
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.267 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.267 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.277 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.277 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.283 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.292 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:50:46.313 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:31.641 Kenwood[107]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}2E0GTT-7>APOSB,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251751z5050.81N/00104.48WK/A=0000322E0GTT on openSPOT3
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:32.224 Kenwood[83]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G8WWI-9>UQUTWT,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`v'.lH0>/`"56}433.275MHz Paul_%
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:32.983 Kenwood[108]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G6VEY>APX215,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5245.44N/00022.38WxPHG0100Linux APRS - radar.liveradar.uk
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:41.968 Kenwood[115]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}2E0GTT-7>APOSB,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251751z5050.81N/00104.48WK/A=0000322E0GTT on openSPOT3
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:42.594 Kenwood[91]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G8WWI-9>UQUTWT,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`v'.lH0>/`"56}433.275MHz Paul_%
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:43.401 Kenwood[116]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G6VEY>APX215,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5245.44N/00022.38WxPHG0100Linux APRS - radar.liveradar.uk
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.271 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.271 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.283 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.303 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.303 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.313 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:51:46.333 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:32.078 Kenwood[139]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0BUB-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G0BUB P *251752z5000.00ND00300.00Wa/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.00000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:32.880 Kenwood[122]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0BUB-P>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5000.00ND00300.00W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.00000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:41.018 Kenwood[147]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0BUB-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G0BUB P *251752z5000.00ND00300.00Wa/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.00000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:41.918 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0BUB-P>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5000.00ND00300.00W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.00000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.273 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.273 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.283 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.283 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.294 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.299 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:52:51.307 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:31.417 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G8PBH-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G8PBH B *251753z5255.99ND00115.20WaRNG0001 440 Voice 433.65000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:32.057 Kenwood[91]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G8PKY-12>UQRYSW,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`x;&l,J[/"4/}Not exercising on my bike
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:32.815 Kenwood[107]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7NA-C>APJI43,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5333.99ND00124.27W&RNG0020 2m Voice 145.675 -0.600 MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:41.990 Kenwood[138]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G8PBH-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;G8PBH B *251753z5255.99ND00115.20WaRNG0001 440 Voice 433.65000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:42.689 Kenwood[99]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G8PKY-12>UQRYSW,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:`x;&l,J[/"4/}Not exercising on my bike
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:43.478 Kenwood[115]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7NA-C>APJI43,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5333.99ND00124.27W&RNG0020 2m Voice 145.675 -0.600 MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:48.336 Kenwood[78]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:=5456.35N/00132.10WIPHG5460 http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:50.225 Kenwood[86]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:=5456.35N/00132.10WIPHG5460 http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.259 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.259 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.279 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.279 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.281 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.289 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:53:52.309 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:32.120 Kenwood[122]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7HX-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5338.75ND00152.40W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 439.57500MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:32.766 Kenwood[93]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G4DCP-10>APVRT7,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5054.00N/00104.45W&144.8000MHz By AVRT7
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:33.736 Kenwood[139]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}GB7NR-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;GB7NR B *251754z5259.17ND00107.17Wa/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 439.43750MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:35.795 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7HX-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5338.75ND00152.40W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 439.57500MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:36.468 Kenwood[101]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G4DCP-10>APVRT7,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5054.00N/00104.45W&144.8000MHz By AVRT7
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:37.475 Kenwood[147]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}GB7NR-S>APDG01,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:;GB7NR B *251754z5259.17ND00107.17Wa/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 439.43750MHz -9.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:43.550 Kenwood[102]:MB7UX>APNU19,MB7UXX,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1:!5450.10N/00132.35W# (MB7UX part of the MB7UXX APRS Group of Digis)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:46.271 Kenwood[101]:MB7UX>APNU19,MB7UXX,MB7UCJ,WIDE2*:!5450.10N/00132.35W# (MB7UX part of the MB7UXX APRS Group of Digis)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:47.735 Kenwood[99]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:;GB7XX *211408z5457.08N/00134.24Wr439.4625 -9.0 DMR CC:10 qrz.com/db/gb7xx
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:50.199 Kenwood[107]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:;GB7XX *211408z5457.08N/00134.24Wr439.4625 -9.0 DMR CC:10 qrz.com/db/gb7xx
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:51.501 Kenwood[81]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:;GB7YI *101206z5458.46N/00206.03Wr439.575 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.262 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.262 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.273 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.273 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.280 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.285 CmdResp[4]:?<0D>?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:53.296 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:55.551 Kenwood[89]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:;GB7YI *101206z5458.46N/00206.03Wr439.575 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:57.304 Kenwood[82]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:;GB7TY *062023z5459.47N/00202.74Wr439.6125 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:54:58.834 Kenwood[81]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:;GB7CZ *101207z5444.12N/00144.59Wr439.500 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:02.359 Kenwood[90]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:;GB7TY *062023z5459.47N/00202.74Wr439.6125 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:02.990 Kenwood[89]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:;GB7CZ *101207z5444.12N/00144.59Wr439.500 -9.0 DMR CC:10
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:14.477 Kenwood[79]:MB7VU>APZ18,MB7UXX,WIDE2*:!5444.11N/00144.71W# (APRS DIGI MB7VU UIDIGI 1.8bA) 1
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:18.186 Kenwood[79]:MB7VU>APZ18,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2:!5444.11N/00144.71W# (APRS DIGI MB7VU UIDIGI 1.8bA) 1
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:19.918 Kenwood[68]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:>071124zAPRS Serv http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:24.456 Kenwood[76]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:>071124zAPRS Serv http://mb7uxx.ddns.net:14501
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:30.738 Kenwood[52]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:<IGATE,MSG_CNT=19095,LOC_CNT=6
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:32.274 Kenwood[100]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0HWW-5>APBM1D,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5222.22N/00129.51W[000/000/A=000249SMSC Active.
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:33.148 Kenwood[127]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}2E0SWI-1>APMI04,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251755z5047.47N/00109.96W_312/003g013t063r000p059P001h00b00000Gosport, UK
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:39.899 Kenwood[60]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:<IGATE,MSG_CNT=19095,LOC_CNT=6
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:40.635 Kenwood[108]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G0HWW-5>APBM1D,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5222.22N/00129.51W[000/000/A=000249SMSC Active.
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:41.581 Kenwood[135]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}2E0SWI-1>APMI04,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@251755z5047.47N/00109.96W_312/003g013t063r000p059P001h00b00000Gosport, UK
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.268 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.268 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.287 CmdResp[2]:?<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.298 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.298 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.308 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:55:53.310 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:30.932 Kenwood[105]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G0JMS-10>APDR15,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:=5131.11N/00058.97W< G0JMS - Motorcycle mobile (Min)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:33.558 Kenwood[122]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G1PCM-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5000.00ND00300.00W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.10000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:34.322 Kenwood[110]:MB7UXX>APU25N,WIDE2-2:}G8HQJ-2>APWW11,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@175631h5037.29N/00443.68W-barry delabole cornwall rf only
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:35.991 Kenwood[130]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G1PCM-B>APDG02,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:!5000.00ND00300.00W&/A=000010RNG0001 440 Voice 434.10000MHz +0.0000MHz
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:36.807 Kenwood[118]:MB7UXX>APU25N,MB7UCJ*,WIDE2-1:}G8HQJ-2>APWW11,TCPIP,MB7UXX*:@175631h5037.29N/00443.68W-barry delabole cornwall rf only
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:48.790 Kenwood[103]:MB7UX>APNU19,MB7UXX,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1:!5450.10N/00132.35W# (MB7UX APRS DIGI UIDIGI 1.9B3 QTH Great Lumley)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:51.632 Kenwood[102]:MB7UX>APNU19,MB7UXX,MB7UCJ,WIDE2*:!5450.10N/00132.35W# (MB7UX APRS DIGI UIDIGI 1.9B3 QTH Great Lumley)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.259 Command[4]:TC 0
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.259 Output[5]:TC 0<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.269 Command[3]:^M~
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.269 Output[1]:<0D>
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.279 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~!cmd:!1)
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.281 Kenwood[1]:?
Port(TH-D74):2020-08-25T17:56:54.286 Kenwood[1]:?
==========================================================================================================================================

Also NMEA shows a delay instead of OK on top left but on the bottom it shows a FIX and how many satellites it is receiving and a N/A under it.
Finally the port I create called TH-D74 has an OK indicator next to it, unlike the NMEA port.

I would have uploaded 2 screenshots to show exactly what I can see on my APRSIS32 window but I cannot find a way to attach or paste any pictures here.
Probably the group moderator has stopped attachments

Any ideas anyone please?

73 de Demetre M0SUY/SV1UY


Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Michael Wright
 

Just to be clear - Board Walk and PArk PLace will be the most expensive
but those tiles have incredible detail, all the way down to the individual blades of grass. Of course file size is huge and need definite highspeed internet to download.

Mike K6MFW


Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Rob Giuliano
 

Just to be clear - Board Walk and PArk PLace will be the most expensive

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 11:48:43 AM EDT, Glenn O'Connor <ka0lnr37@...> wrote:


Does MBTiles stand for Milton-Bradley Tiles and can I buy a box of those? Is it suitable for ages 3-8?

 

Glenn-KF0ED

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> On Behalf Of Lynn Deffenbaugh
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 10:33 AM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

 

I'm not aware of a tool, but since I'll likely be writing an importer (tree to MBTiles), it's almost a a no-brainer to write and exporter (MBTiles to tree).

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

On 8/25/2020 11:22 AM, Rob Giuliano via groups.io wrote:

I have share Tiles with other programs, but REALLY, REALLY like the MBTiles storage.

I'd prefer sharing MBTiles storage files with other apps, but can't control what others do.

 

Is there a tool (assuming external) for extracting the tiles from the MBTiles that would allow sharing the trees when needed?

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO

 

 

On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 11:05:56 AM EDT, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

 

 

For those that may be wondering where this poll is going, I'm trying to work out how to integrate MBTiles storage into APRSIS32.  I'd really like to cut and switch and auto-convert all existing tile storage to MBTiles databases, but I cannot do this if tile sets are shared outside of APRSIS32.

At the same time, I'm still working on using IPFS to distribute (meta)tiles that are not immediately needed, like prefetches.  I have this (mostly) working in an upcoming version of TestHost(APRSISMO), but of course only for my tile server, although I've got an idea of how to support it for the OSM tile servers as well.

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

 

 

On 8/25/2020 11:02 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:

A new poll has been created:

How attached are you to map tile storage in an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?  Do you share tiles outside of APRSIS32?

1. Very attached, I share multiple tile set trees with other programs.
2. Somewhat attached, I sometimes access tile set trees with other programs.
3. Not attached at all, I only share tile sets among APRSIS32 instances.
4. Not attached at all, I never share tile sets anywhere!
5. I share tile sets, but only by manually copying tile set trees around and sure wish this was easier!
6. I know what map tile storage is, but what is an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?
7. What is a tile? I thought that was something that goes on the floor and shower walls.

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Re: Bluetooth w/ Kenwood TH-D74

Demetre - M0SUY/SV1UY
 

Thanks Mitch,

I am trying this now!

73 de Demetre M0SUY
APRS: 1st & best Social Network


Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

David Shrum
 

I think you left out one option for the few people in this group like me;

I don’t care – it doesn’t matter to me option. 😊

 

Dave N8PU

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> On Behalf Of Lynn Deffenbaugh
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 11:06 AM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

 

For those that may be wondering where this poll is going, I'm trying to work out how to integrate MBTiles storage into APRSIS32.  I'd really like to cut and switch and auto-convert all existing tile storage to MBTiles databases, but I cannot do this if tile sets are shared outside of APRSIS32.

At the same time, I'm still working on using IPFS to distribute (meta)tiles that are not immediately needed, like prefetches.  I have this (mostly) working in an upcoming version of TestHost(APRSISMO), but of course only for my tile server, although I've got an idea of how to support it for the OSM tile servers as well.

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

 

 

On 8/25/2020 11:02 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:

A new poll has been created:

How attached are you to map tile storage in an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?  Do you share tiles outside of APRSIS32?

1. Very attached, I share multiple tile set trees with other programs.
2. Somewhat attached, I sometimes access tile set trees with other programs.
3. Not attached at all, I only share tile sets among APRSIS32 instances.
4. Not attached at all, I never share tile sets anywhere!
5. I share tile sets, but only by manually copying tile set trees around and sure wish this was easier!
6. I know what map tile storage is, but what is an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?
7. What is a tile? I thought that was something that goes on the floor and shower walls.

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Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Hal Mueller
 

I believe that GDAL can convert to/from.


Hal
N3YX

On Aug 25, 2020, at 8:32 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

I'm not aware of a tool,


Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Glenn O'Connor
 

Thanks Lynn.

 

On aprsdirect.com, which I use more frequently than”.fi”, I’ve noticed on that site’s rendering of  vector or raster sets, there’s now no difference of each. Either that’s because of Leaf or because I’m North America, according to Per.

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> On Behalf Of Lynn Deffenbaugh
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 11:09 AM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

 

LOL, I should have included the following links in the PS along with the IPFS.

https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/MBTiles

https://github.com/mapbox/mbtiles-spec

and just to continue the semi-related topic

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiled_web_map

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

On 8/25/2020 11:48 AM, Glenn O'Connor wrote:

Does MBTiles stand for Milton-Bradley Tiles and can I buy a box of those? Is it suitable for ages 3-8?

 

Glenn-KF0ED

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> On Behalf Of Lynn Deffenbaugh
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 10:33 AM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

 

I'm not aware of a tool, but since I'll likely be writing an importer (tree to MBTiles), it's almost a a no-brainer to write and exporter (MBTiles to tree).

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

On 8/25/2020 11:22 AM, Rob Giuliano via groups.io wrote:

I have share Tiles with other programs, but REALLY, REALLY like the MBTiles storage.

I'd prefer sharing MBTiles storage files with other apps, but can't control what others do.

 

Is there a tool (assuming external) for extracting the tiles from the MBTiles that would allow sharing the trees when needed?

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO

 

 

On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 11:05:56 AM EDT, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

 

 

For those that may be wondering where this poll is going, I'm trying to work out how to integrate MBTiles storage into APRSIS32.  I'd really like to cut and switch and auto-convert all existing tile storage to MBTiles databases, but I cannot do this if tile sets are shared outside of APRSIS32.

At the same time, I'm still working on using IPFS to distribute (meta)tiles that are not immediately needed, like prefetches.  I have this (mostly) working in an upcoming version of TestHost(APRSISMO), but of course only for my tile server, although I've got an idea of how to support it for the OSM tile servers as well.

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

 

 

On 8/25/2020 11:02 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:

A new poll has been created:

How attached are you to map tile storage in an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?  Do you share tiles outside of APRSIS32?

1. Very attached, I share multiple tile set trees with other programs.
2. Somewhat attached, I sometimes access tile set trees with other programs.
3. Not attached at all, I only share tile sets among APRSIS32 instances.
4. Not attached at all, I never share tile sets anywhere!
5. I share tile sets, but only by manually copying tile set trees around and sure wish this was easier!
6. I know what map tile storage is, but what is an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?
7. What is a tile? I thought that was something that goes on the floor and shower walls.

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Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

LOL, I should have included the following links in the PS along with the IPFS.

https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/MBTiles

https://github.com/mapbox/mbtiles-spec

and just to continue the semi-related topic

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiled_web_map

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

On 8/25/2020 11:48 AM, Glenn O'Connor wrote:

Does MBTiles stand for Milton-Bradley Tiles and can I buy a box of those? Is it suitable for ages 3-8?

 

Glenn-KF0ED

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> On Behalf Of Lynn Deffenbaugh
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 10:33 AM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

 

I'm not aware of a tool, but since I'll likely be writing an importer (tree to MBTiles), it's almost a a no-brainer to write and exporter (MBTiles to tree).

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

On 8/25/2020 11:22 AM, Rob Giuliano via groups.io wrote:

I have share Tiles with other programs, but REALLY, REALLY like the MBTiles storage.

I'd prefer sharing MBTiles storage files with other apps, but can't control what others do.

 

Is there a tool (assuming external) for extracting the tiles from the MBTiles that would allow sharing the trees when needed?

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO

 

 

On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 11:05:56 AM EDT, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

 

 

For those that may be wondering where this poll is going, I'm trying to work out how to integrate MBTiles storage into APRSIS32.  I'd really like to cut and switch and auto-convert all existing tile storage to MBTiles databases, but I cannot do this if tile sets are shared outside of APRSIS32.

At the same time, I'm still working on using IPFS to distribute (meta)tiles that are not immediately needed, like prefetches.  I have this (mostly) working in an upcoming version of TestHost(APRSISMO), but of course only for my tile server, although I've got an idea of how to support it for the OSM tile servers as well.

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

 

 

On 8/25/2020 11:02 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:

A new poll has been created:

How attached are you to map tile storage in an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?  Do you share tiles outside of APRSIS32?

1. Very attached, I share multiple tile set trees with other programs.
2. Somewhat attached, I sometimes access tile set trees with other programs.
3. Not attached at all, I only share tile sets among APRSIS32 instances.
4. Not attached at all, I never share tile sets anywhere!
5. I share tile sets, but only by manually copying tile set trees around and sure wish this was easier!
6. I know what map tile storage is, but what is an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?
7. What is a tile? I thought that was something that goes on the floor and shower walls.

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Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Glenn O'Connor
 

Does MBTiles stand for Milton-Bradley Tiles and can I buy a box of those? Is it suitable for ages 3-8?

 

Glenn-KF0ED

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> On Behalf Of Lynn Deffenbaugh
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 10:33 AM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

 

I'm not aware of a tool, but since I'll likely be writing an importer (tree to MBTiles), it's almost a a no-brainer to write and exporter (MBTiles to tree).

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

On 8/25/2020 11:22 AM, Rob Giuliano via groups.io wrote:

I have share Tiles with other programs, but REALLY, REALLY like the MBTiles storage.

I'd prefer sharing MBTiles storage files with other apps, but can't control what others do.

 

Is there a tool (assuming external) for extracting the tiles from the MBTiles that would allow sharing the trees when needed?

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO

 

 

On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 11:05:56 AM EDT, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:

 

 

For those that may be wondering where this poll is going, I'm trying to work out how to integrate MBTiles storage into APRSIS32.  I'd really like to cut and switch and auto-convert all existing tile storage to MBTiles databases, but I cannot do this if tile sets are shared outside of APRSIS32.

At the same time, I'm still working on using IPFS to distribute (meta)tiles that are not immediately needed, like prefetches.  I have this (mostly) working in an upcoming version of TestHost(APRSISMO), but of course only for my tile server, although I've got an idea of how to support it for the OSM tile servers as well.

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

 

 

On 8/25/2020 11:02 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:

A new poll has been created:

How attached are you to map tile storage in an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?  Do you share tiles outside of APRSIS32?

1. Very attached, I share multiple tile set trees with other programs.
2. Somewhat attached, I sometimes access tile set trees with other programs.
3. Not attached at all, I only share tile sets among APRSIS32 instances.
4. Not attached at all, I never share tile sets anywhere!
5. I share tile sets, but only by manually copying tile set trees around and sure wish this was easier!
6. I know what map tile storage is, but what is an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?
7. What is a tile? I thought that was something that goes on the floor and shower walls.

Vote Now

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Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

I'm not aware of a tool, but since I'll likely be writing an importer (tree to MBTiles), it's almost a a no-brainer to write and exporter (MBTiles to tree).

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

On 8/25/2020 11:22 AM, Rob Giuliano via groups.io wrote:
I have share Tiles with other programs, but REALLY, REALLY like the MBTiles storage.
I'd prefer sharing MBTiles storage files with other apps, but can't control what others do.

Is there a tool (assuming external) for extracting the tiles from the MBTiles that would allow sharing the trees when needed?

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 11:05:56 AM EDT, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:


For those that may be wondering where this poll is going, I'm trying to work out how to integrate MBTiles storage into APRSIS32.  I'd really like to cut and switch and auto-convert all existing tile storage to MBTiles databases, but I cannot do this if tile sets are shared outside of APRSIS32.

At the same time, I'm still working on using IPFS to distribute (meta)tiles that are not immediately needed, like prefetches.  I have this (mostly) working in an upcoming version of TestHost(APRSISMO), but of course only for my tile server, although I've got an idea of how to support it for the OSM tile servers as well.

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


On 8/25/2020 11:02 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:

A new poll has been created:

How attached are you to map tile storage in an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?  Do you share tiles outside of APRSIS32?

1. Very attached, I share multiple tile set trees with other programs.
2. Somewhat attached, I sometimes access tile set trees with other programs.
3. Not attached at all, I only share tile sets among APRSIS32 instances.
4. Not attached at all, I never share tile sets anywhere!
5. I share tile sets, but only by manually copying tile set trees around and sure wish this was easier!
6. I know what map tile storage is, but what is an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?
7. What is a tile? I thought that was something that goes on the floor and shower walls.

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Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Rob Giuliano
 

I have share Tiles with other programs, but REALLY, REALLY like the MBTiles storage.
I'd prefer sharing MBTiles storage files with other apps, but can't control what others do.

Is there a tool (assuming external) for extracting the tiles from the MBTiles that would allow sharing the trees when needed?

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 11:05:56 AM EDT, Lynn Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...> wrote:


For those that may be wondering where this poll is going, I'm trying to work out how to integrate MBTiles storage into APRSIS32.  I'd really like to cut and switch and auto-convert all existing tile storage to MBTiles databases, but I cannot do this if tile sets are shared outside of APRSIS32.

At the same time, I'm still working on using IPFS to distribute (meta)tiles that are not immediately needed, like prefetches.  I have this (mostly) working in an upcoming version of TestHost(APRSISMO), but of course only for my tile server, although I've got an idea of how to support it for the OSM tile servers as well.

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


On 8/25/2020 11:02 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:

A new poll has been created:

How attached are you to map tile storage in an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?  Do you share tiles outside of APRSIS32?

1. Very attached, I share multiple tile set trees with other programs.
2. Somewhat attached, I sometimes access tile set trees with other programs.
3. Not attached at all, I only share tile sets among APRSIS32 instances.
4. Not attached at all, I never share tile sets anywhere!
5. I share tile sets, but only by manually copying tile set trees around and sure wish this was easier!
6. I know what map tile storage is, but what is an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?
7. What is a tile? I thought that was something that goes on the floor and shower walls.

Vote Now

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Re: Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

For those that may be wondering where this poll is going, I'm trying to work out how to integrate MBTiles storage into APRSIS32.  I'd really like to cut and switch and auto-convert all existing tile storage to MBTiles databases, but I cannot do this if tile sets are shared outside of APRSIS32.

At the same time, I'm still working on using IPFS to distribute (meta)tiles that are not immediately needed, like prefetches.  I have this (mostly) working in an upcoming version of TestHost(APRSISMO), but of course only for my tile server, although I've got an idea of how to support it for the OSM tile servers as well.

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


On 8/25/2020 11:02 AM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:

A new poll has been created:

How attached are you to map tile storage in an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?  Do you share tiles outside of APRSIS32?

1. Very attached, I share multiple tile set trees with other programs.
2. Somewhat attached, I sometimes access tile set trees with other programs.
3. Not attached at all, I only share tile sets among APRSIS32 instances.
4. Not attached at all, I never share tile sets anywhere!
5. I share tile sets, but only by manually copying tile set trees around and sure wish this was easier!
6. I know what map tile storage is, but what is an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?
7. What is a tile? I thought that was something that goes on the floor and shower walls.

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Tile Set Storage #poll-notice

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

How attached are you to map tile storage in an OSM-compatible file hierarchy?  Do you share tiles outside of APRSIS32?

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Re: Bluetooth w/ Kenwood TH-D74

Mitch Smith
 

First off, apologies to everyone for the overly large photos posted above! Looks like my lost post finally appeared.

Demetre, as long as you have the radio set up to pass the GPS data out, then absolutely. In fact, when our radio club helps with race events, instead of my TM-D710G, I've used my TH-D74 connected to my Windows tablet over Bluetooth so I can see my location (speed, etc.) as well as the location of other stations while out on the bicycle race course. It's been very handy to have the wireless setup with the TH-D74.

—Mitch Smith, N7USU


Re: Bluetooth w/ Kenwood TH-D74

Demetre - M0SUY/SV1UY
 

Hi Mitch,

Can APRSIS32 see the TH-D74's GPS?

73 de Demetre M0SUY


Re: Bluetooth w/ Kenwood TH-D74

Mitch Smith
 

I went and checked both devices I am running APRSIS32 on and wouldn't you know, it says at the top of the window what I used for the port setting; KWD710(APRS).


Re: Bluetooth w/ Kenwood TH-D74

Mitch Smith
 

I guess it didn't like my previous reply as it didn't post. I finally noticed it says what the port setting is at the top of the window (I was looking for anything labeled KISS). I double checked both Windows devices I use this radio on. Both are set to KWD710(APRS). Give that a shot.

—Mitch Smith, N7USU 


Re: Bluetooth w/ Kenwood TH-D74

Rob Giuliano
 

If (*@ has a KISS option I'd set it there, and start with Simply(KISS) as it removes all Open and Close commands and expects the radio to be in KISS mode on start.  Check the port log and if you see missing <C0>  (or something like that), then you know the radio is not in KISS mode and you will need to place it in KISS mode.

If not, Mitch will have to look at his port settings
  >Menu > Configure > Ports  
The box should say the {name}(KISS) or {name(Simply(KISS)).
Answer I would say is self explanatory.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Monday, August 24, 2020, 10:15:27 PM EDT, Mitch Smith <pxls2prnt@...> wrote:


Sorry, I can't figure out how to check that. I set this up a couple of years ago, so I'm going off memory when I say "KISS" sounds familiar.

—Mitch Smith, N7USU
On Aug 24, 2020, 19:56 -0600, Arnold Harding. - KQ6DI <kq6di@...>, wrote:
Mitch,

Is the Port in APRSIS32 set for "Simply(KISS)" or "KISS".

Arnold, KQ6DI
On 08/24/2020 6:40 PM Mitch Smith <pxls2prnt@...> wrote:


Okay, I did some searching on my radio as well as my laptop. As a disclaimer, these are the settings I use for my setup. Your mileage/use case may vary from mine. This is what I have set for use with both APRSIS32 as well as connecting my TH-D74 to a Raspberry Pi for Winlink (Pat) use, so I don't know if you need all these settings set the same, but I imagine you do for use with APRSIS32.

These are the MENU settings on my radio for it to connect over Bluetooth and report my location. etc:
  • 400-Built-in GPS: ON
  • 405-PC Output: ON
  • 580-PC Output: Raw Packets
  • 930-Bluetooth: ON
  • 981-PC Output (GPS): Bluetooth
  • 982-PC Output (APRS): Bluetooth
  • 983-KISS: Bluetooth

In APRSIS32, on the port I have the following settings checked/filled out:
  • RF to IS
  • Enabled
  • Bulletin/Obj
  • Messages
  • Telemetry
  • GPS/NMEA

Once you have that all set up make sure you have the radio TNC on and set to APRS 12. If you haven't already, you should be able to now connect the radio to the PC over Bluetooth.

Hopefully this can at least get you heading in the right direction. Sorry if there is any confusion. Feel free to reach out with any questions or if you need any clarification on anything.

—Mitch Smith, N7USU


Re: Bluetooth w/ Kenwood TH-D74

Mitch Smith
 

Sorry, I can't figure out how to check that. I set this up a couple of years ago, so I'm going off memory when I say "KISS" sounds familiar.

—Mitch Smith, N7USU

On Aug 24, 2020, 19:56 -0600, Arnold Harding. - KQ6DI <kq6di@...>, wrote:
Mitch,

Is the Port in APRSIS32 set for "Simply(KISS)" or "KISS".

Arnold, KQ6DI
On 08/24/2020 6:40 PM Mitch Smith <pxls2prnt@...> wrote:


Okay, I did some searching on my radio as well as my laptop. As a disclaimer, these are the settings I use for my setup. Your mileage/use case may vary from mine. This is what I have set for use with both APRSIS32 as well as connecting my TH-D74 to a Raspberry Pi for Winlink (Pat) use, so I don't know if you need all these settings set the same, but I imagine you do for use with APRSIS32.

These are the MENU settings on my radio for it to connect over Bluetooth and report my location. etc:
  • 400-Built-in GPS: ON
  • 405-PC Output: ON
  • 580-PC Output: Raw Packets
  • 930-Bluetooth: ON
  • 981-PC Output (GPS): Bluetooth
  • 982-PC Output (APRS): Bluetooth
  • 983-KISS: Bluetooth

In APRSIS32, on the port I have the following settings checked/filled out:
  • RF to IS
  • Enabled
  • Bulletin/Obj
  • Messages
  • Telemetry
  • GPS/NMEA

Once you have that all set up make sure you have the radio TNC on and set to APRS 12. If you haven't already, you should be able to now connect the radio to the PC over Bluetooth.

Hopefully this can at least get you heading in the right direction. Sorry if there is any confusion. Feel free to reach out with any questions or if you need any clarification on anything.

—Mitch Smith, N7USU

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