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Re: Scroller full of stations, no symbols on map

Patrick Connor
 

Also, if the sending station does not include a symbol code (like a telemetry report) it will not be displayed on the map and the callsign text in the scroller will be black.

Patrick (N3TSZ)


On Thursday, June 3, 2021, 03:35:02 PM EDT, Arnold Harding - KQ6DI <kq6di@...> wrote:


Can you provide a screen shot with the map at a large enough scale to see "everything"?  I have thoughts, and I'm sure others do as well, be at the moment we have so little information to go on that I think everyone is hesitant to offer suggestions. 
 
Just as an example of things that come to mind, if a station isn't sending position, they will appear in the scroller, but not on the map.  Telemetry, status and some other things can be like that.  That's probably not your problem, but we need more to go on, and I'm sure lots of help is available here.
 
Arnold, KQ6DI
On 06/03/2021 12:20 PM Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...> wrote:
 
 
Unfortunately the response to the author did not help or my response back elicited no further response. Is any one else here besides us?


 

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From: "Randy Love"
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Thursday June 3 2021 2:24:51PM
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Scroller full of stations, no symbols on map

You received two different responses,  one from the author of the program.
 
Randy
WF5X 
 

On Thu, Jun 3, 2021, 2:16 PM Christopher Rose < kb8uih88@...> wrote:
I asked a few days ago for help, is anyone watching the list?


Re: Scroller full of stations, no symbols on map

Arnold Harding - KQ6DI
 

Can you provide a screen shot with the map at a large enough scale to see "everything"?  I have thoughts, and I'm sure others do as well, be at the moment we have so little information to go on that I think everyone is hesitant to offer suggestions. 
 
Just as an example of things that come to mind, if a station isn't sending position, they will appear in the scroller, but not on the map.  Telemetry, status and some other things can be like that.  That's probably not your problem, but we need more to go on, and I'm sure lots of help is available here.
 
Arnold, KQ6DI

On 06/03/2021 12:20 PM Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...> wrote:
 
 
Unfortunately the response to the author did not help or my response back elicited no further response. Is any one else here besides us?


 

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From: "Randy Love"
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Thursday June 3 2021 2:24:51PM
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Scroller full of stations, no symbols on map

You received two different responses,  one from the author of the program.
 
Randy
WF5X 
 

On Thu, Jun 3, 2021, 2:16 PM Christopher Rose < kb8uih88@...> wrote:
I asked a few days ago for help, is anyone watching the list?


Re: Scroller full of stations, no symbols on map

Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...>
 

Unfortunately the response to the author did not help or my response back elicited no further response. Is any one else here besides us?


-----------------------------------------

From: "Randy Love"
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Thursday June 3 2021 2:24:51PM
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Scroller full of stations, no symbols on map

You received two different responses,  one from the author of the program.

Randy
WF5X 


On Thu, Jun 3, 2021, 2:16 PM Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...> wrote:
I asked a few days ago for help, is anyone watching the list?


Re: Scroller full of stations, no symbols on map

Randy Love
 

You received two different responses,  one from the author of the program.

Randy
WF5X 


On Thu, Jun 3, 2021, 2:16 PM Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...> wrote:
I asked a few days ago for help, is anyone watching the list?


Re: Scroller full of stations, no symbols on map

Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...>
 

I asked a few days ago for help, is anyone watching the list?


Re: problems with my PTC-IIpro

Rob Giuliano
 

There are 2 methods to open an RF port log:
1. From Menu >Enables >Logging >Port( {PTC port name} )
2. From Menu >Enables >View Log >Port( {PTC port name} )
    Then click Enable at top left
They both end up the same - a new text box that should show everything happening on that port.
   If you hit Menu >Transmit (from the main screen), you should see something like:
  
Port(PTC):2021-06-03T02:08:48.062 Sent[90]:<C0 00 82 A0 AE AE>bb<E0 96 84>p<A4 86 9E>`<AE 92 88 8A>d@e<03 F0>@020848h4209.34N/08346.27W-APRSIS32 XUbuntu 20.04  WINE 5.0!wc0!<C0>

or an ERROR message

Each time you hear a packet through the speaker, you should see a new line in the text box, or an error message.


That should give us something to help troubleshoot with.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, 9:28:29 PM EDT, giuseppe menga <menga@...> wrote:


Thank Robert for the answer.

For KISS mode, the PTC-IIpro has a window that shows KISS.

Can you explain me how to check the RF port logs?

You may be correct about a real communication between the modem and the computer, in spite of the OK in the APRISIS32 up left corner, in fact, if I try to send a message the rado do nothing.

Finally I hear the burst of the incoming messages directly from the loudspeaker of the radio. The IC-706, I use, send the audio signals at the loudspeaker, as well as the ACC port connected to the modem.

Giuseppe

IZ1GCL


Re: problems with my PTC-IIpro

giuseppe menga <menga@...>
 

YES, by adding an optional  board to the PTC-IIpro you can do RPR in KISS mode

Giuseppe

IZ1GCL


Re: problems with my PTC-IIpro

giuseppe menga <menga@...>
 

Thank Robert for the answer.

For KISS mode, the PTC-IIpro has a window that shows KISS.

Can you explain me how to check the RF port logs?

You may be correct about a real communication between the modem and the computer, in spite of the OK in the APRISIS32 up left corner, in fact, if I try to send a message the rado do nothing.

Finally I hear the burst of the incoming messages directly from the loudspeaker of the radio. The IC-706, I use, send the audio signals at the loudspeaker, as well as the ACC port connected to the modem.

Giuseppe

IZ1GCL


Re: problems with my PTC-IIpro

Don Poaps
 

I used my SCS-PTC 111ex years ago with Robust Packet. I also used it
with UiView, and APRSIS. I had to put the TNC into a kiss mode. I used
it also on the 14.105 packet frequency with HF packet BBS.

73
Don Poaps
New Westminster, BC
VA7DGP DATA
VA7QU VOICE


Winlink: va7qu@...
Subject://wl2k

ALLSTAR 530780
HH# 5971
HH# 11384
Alberta Mesh# 5404

On Wed, Jun 2, 2021 at 5:54 PM AE7G <gthornton@...> wrote:

The PTC-IIpro is a PACTOR modem. That particular modem can handle PACTOR 1 through 3. Mail programs like AIRMAIL and WINLINK are set up to work with PACTOR.



I am not aware that a PACTOR modem will work with APRS.



From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> On Behalf Of Rob Giuliano via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, June 2, 2021 5:34 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] problems with my PTC-IIpro



I am not all that familiar with the PTC-IIpro.



Although I understand the comments are to highlight the issue, for problems with AIRMAIL I suggest posting in a dedicated forum. Main thing here appears to be that the computer and modem are talking.





For APRSIS32, you indicate:

a) Your modem goes into KISS mode

Are you sure? Did you check the RF port logs to be sure?

b) The program says everything is correct.

An OK for an RF port in the top left corner isn't a good indicator everythin is okay.

This just indicates APRSIS32 can open the computer's COM port - not in use by something else.

c) Lights blink. AND you hear bursts of incoming message.

How do you hear the "bursts" if the cable is connected tot eh TNC? (Data port on the radio in use?)



You don't list any <OpenCmd> commands used to put the modem in KISS mode - or is that done outside of APRSIS32?



A few troubleshooting options:

1. Have you opened a LOG for the RF port and made sure you didn't have any error

messages there (specifically missin <C0>)? Posting any messages could help!

2. Does anything show up in a Terminal program (like TeraTerm or TerMite)?

This may not be readable if the TNC is in KISS mode

3. Does the TNC key the radio and transmit audio when connected to other programs (Terminal)?



I am pretty sure that APRSIS32 is only able to TX on PR-1 in KISS mode, unless you can control the KISS stream in a different way.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO





On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, 7:36:34 PM EDT, giuseppe menga <menga@...> wrote:





I’m returning to the modem PTC-IIpro after a long time.

AIRMAIL

When I power my PTC-IIpro connected to the radio (power is coming from the radio), at first all lights on the left briefly blink first red then green. On the right the green light briefly blink indicating that is connected the extension 1, I have for packet.

Then after all lights switch off.

On the message window the sequence

DSP READY

BOOT PR-1

Appears.

Then the only repetitive message is

AUTOBAUD

Press CR

When some signals were present on the radio I was used to see some of the lights indicating the tuning of pactor blinking, now everything is dead.

The computer see the serial port, however, from Airmail I cannot change the frequencies.

APRISIS32

For RPR when I start APRISIS32 the modem correctly goes in KISS mode. The program say that every thing is correct. Now the lights of the tuner blink, I hear clearly the bursts of the incoming messages, however the program doesn’t recognize them.



There are only three possibilities:

the modem is broken
the cable/connectors transferring the data from the radio are failed (not the power)
Because of the long time, I forgot some operation at the start.



Can you help me, and suggest the experiments to perform for finding the failure.

In particular, how to test the presence of signals in the connection with the radio.

73

Giuseppe

IZ1GCL


Re: problems with my PTC-IIpro

Rob Giuliano
 

According to the PTC-IIpro manual I downloaded, this is a multi mode modem which includes AFSK 1200 or 2400 baud, as well as FSK for 4k8, 9k6 and above. The manual had an APRS section.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, 8:52:12 PM EDT, AE7G <gthornton@...> wrote:


The PTC-IIpro is a PACTOR modem.  That particular modem can handle PACTOR 1 through 3.   Mail programs like AIRMAIL and WINLINK are set up to work with PACTOR.

 

I am not aware that a PACTOR modem will work with APRS. 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> On Behalf Of Rob Giuliano via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, June 2, 2021 5:34 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] problems with my PTC-IIpro

 

I am not all that familiar with the PTC-IIpro.

 

Although I understand the comments are to highlight the issue, for problems with AIRMAIL I suggest posting in a dedicated forum.  Main thing here appears to be that the computer and modem are talking.

 

 

For APRSIS32, you indicate:

a) Your modem goes into KISS mode

      Are you sure? Did you check the RF port logs to be sure?

b) The program says everything is correct. 

      An OK for an RF port in the top left corner isn't a good indicator everythin is okay.

      This just indicates APRSIS32 can open the computer's COM port - not in use by something else.

c) Lights blink. AND you hear bursts of incoming message.

      How do you hear the "bursts" if the cable is connected tot eh TNC?  (Data port on the radio in use?)

 

You don't list any <OpenCmd> commands used to put the modem in KISS mode - or is that done outside of APRSIS32?

 

A few troubleshooting options:

1. Have you opened a LOG for the RF port and made sure you didn't have any error

    messages there (specifically missin <C0>)?  Posting any messages could help!

2. Does anything show up in a Terminal program (like TeraTerm or TerMite)?

    This may not be readable if the TNC is in KISS mode

3. Does the TNC key the radio and transmit audio when connected to other programs (Terminal)?

 

I am pretty sure that APRSIS32 is only able to TX on PR-1 in KISS mode, unless you can control the KISS stream in a different way.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO

 

 

On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, 7:36:34 PM EDT, giuseppe menga <menga@...> wrote:

 

 

I’m returning to the modem PTC-IIpro after a long time.

AIRMAIL

When I power my PTC-IIpro connected to the radio (power is coming from the radio), at first all lights on the left briefly blink first red then green. On the right the green light briefly blink indicating that is connected the extension 1,  I have for packet.

Then after all lights switch off.

On the message window  the sequence

DSP READY

BOOT PR-1

Appears.

Then the only repetitive message is

AUTOBAUD

Press CR

When some signals were present on the radio I was used to see some of the lights indicating the tuning of  pactor blinking, now everything is dead.

The computer see the serial port, however, from Airmail I cannot change the frequencies.

APRISIS32

For RPR when I start APRISIS32 the modem correctly goes in KISS mode. The program say that every thing is correct. Now the lights of the tuner blink, I hear clearly the bursts of the incoming messages, however the program doesn’t recognize them.

 

There are only three possibilities:

  1. the modem is broken
  2. the cable/connectors transferring the data from the radio are failed (not the power)
  3. Because of the long time, I forgot some operation at the start.

 

Can you help me, and suggest the experiments to perform for finding the failure.

In particular, how to test the presence of signals in the connection with the radio.

73

Giuseppe

IZ1GCL


Re: problems with my PTC-IIpro

AE7G
 

The PTC-IIpro is a PACTOR modem.  That particular modem can handle PACTOR 1 through 3.   Mail programs like AIRMAIL and WINLINK are set up to work with PACTOR.

 

I am not aware that a PACTOR modem will work with APRS. 

 

From: APRSISCE@groups.io <APRSISCE@groups.io> On Behalf Of Rob Giuliano via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, June 2, 2021 5:34 PM
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] problems with my PTC-IIpro

 

I am not all that familiar with the PTC-IIpro.

 

Although I understand the comments are to highlight the issue, for problems with AIRMAIL I suggest posting in a dedicated forum.  Main thing here appears to be that the computer and modem are talking.

 

 

For APRSIS32, you indicate:

a) Your modem goes into KISS mode

      Are you sure? Did you check the RF port logs to be sure?

b) The program says everything is correct. 

      An OK for an RF port in the top left corner isn't a good indicator everythin is okay.

      This just indicates APRSIS32 can open the computer's COM port - not in use by something else.

c) Lights blink. AND you hear bursts of incoming message.

      How do you hear the "bursts" if the cable is connected tot eh TNC?  (Data port on the radio in use?)

 

You don't list any <OpenCmd> commands used to put the modem in KISS mode - or is that done outside of APRSIS32?

 

A few troubleshooting options:

1. Have you opened a LOG for the RF port and made sure you didn't have any error

    messages there (specifically missin <C0>)?  Posting any messages could help!

2. Does anything show up in a Terminal program (like TeraTerm or TerMite)?

    This may not be readable if the TNC is in KISS mode

3. Does the TNC key the radio and transmit audio when connected to other programs (Terminal)?

 

I am pretty sure that APRSIS32 is only able to TX on PR-1 in KISS mode, unless you can control the KISS stream in a different way.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO

 

 

On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, 7:36:34 PM EDT, giuseppe menga <menga@...> wrote:

 

 

I’m returning to the modem PTC-IIpro after a long time.

AIRMAIL

When I power my PTC-IIpro connected to the radio (power is coming from the radio), at first all lights on the left briefly blink first red then green. On the right the green light briefly blink indicating that is connected the extension 1,  I have for packet.

Then after all lights switch off.

On the message window  the sequence

DSP READY

BOOT PR-1

Appears.

Then the only repetitive message is

AUTOBAUD

Press CR

When some signals were present on the radio I was used to see some of the lights indicating the tuning of  pactor blinking, now everything is dead.

The computer see the serial port, however, from Airmail I cannot change the frequencies.

APRISIS32

For RPR when I start APRISIS32 the modem correctly goes in KISS mode. The program say that every thing is correct. Now the lights of the tuner blink, I hear clearly the bursts of the incoming messages, however the program doesn’t recognize them.

 

There are only three possibilities:

  1. the modem is broken
  2. the cable/connectors transferring the data from the radio are failed (not the power)
  3. Because of the long time, I forgot some operation at the start.

 

Can you help me, and suggest the experiments to perform for finding the failure.

In particular, how to test the presence of signals in the connection with the radio.

73

Giuseppe

IZ1GCL


Re: problems with my PTC-IIpro

Rob Giuliano
 

I am not all that familiar with the PTC-IIpro.

Although I understand the comments are to highlight the issue, for problems with AIRMAIL I suggest posting in a dedicated forum.  Main thing here appears to be that the computer and modem are talking.


For APRSIS32, you indicate:
a) Your modem goes into KISS mode
      Are you sure? Did you check the RF port logs to be sure?
b) The program says everything is correct. 
      An OK for an RF port in the top left corner isn't a good indicator everythin is okay.
      This just indicates APRSIS32 can open the computer's COM port - not in use by something else.
c) Lights blink. AND you hear bursts of incoming message.
      How do you hear the "bursts" if the cable is connected tot eh TNC?  (Data port on the radio in use?)

You don't list any <OpenCmd> commands used to put the modem in KISS mode - or is that done outside of APRSIS32?

A few troubleshooting options:
1. Have you opened a LOG for the RF port and made sure you didn't have any error
    messages there (specifically missin <C0>)?  Posting any messages could help!
2. Does anything show up in a Terminal program (like TeraTerm or TerMite)?
    This may not be readable if the TNC is in KISS mode
3. Does the TNC key the radio and transmit audio when connected to other programs (Terminal)?

I am pretty sure that APRSIS32 is only able to TX on PR-1 in KISS mode, unless you can control the KISS stream in a different way.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, 7:36:34 PM EDT, giuseppe menga <menga@...> wrote:


I’m returning to the modem PTC-IIpro after a long time.

AIRMAIL

When I power my PTC-IIpro connected to the radio (power is coming from the radio), at first all lights on the left briefly blink first red then green. On the right the green light briefly blink indicating that is connected the extension 1,  I have for packet.

Then after all lights switch off.

On the message window  the sequence

DSP READY

BOOT PR-1

Appears.

Then the only repetitive message is

AUTOBAUD

Press CR

When some signals were present on the radio I was used to see some of the lights indicating the tuning of  pactor blinking, now everything is dead.

The computer see the serial port, however, from Airmail I cannot change the frequencies.

APRISIS32

For RPR when I start APRISIS32 the modem correctly goes in KISS mode. The program say that every thing is correct. Now the lights of the tuner blink, I hear clearly the bursts of the incoming messages, however the program doesn’t recognize them.

 

There are only three possibilities:

  1. the modem is broken
  2. the cable/connectors transferring the data from the radio are failed (not the power)
  3. Because of the long time, I forgot some operation at the start.

 

Can you help me, and suggest the experiments to perform for finding the failure.

In particular, how to test the presence of signals in the connection with the radio.

73

Giuseppe

IZ1GCL


problems with my PTC-IIpro

giuseppe menga <menga@...>
 

I’m returning to the modem PTC-IIpro after a long time.

AIRMAIL

When I power my PTC-IIpro connected to the radio (power is coming from the radio), at first all lights on the left briefly blink first red then green. On the right the green light briefly blink indicating that is connected the extension 1,  I have for packet.

Then after all lights switch off.

On the message window  the sequence

DSP READY

BOOT PR-1

Appears.

Then the only repetitive message is

AUTOBAUD

Press CR

When some signals were present on the radio I was used to see some of the lights indicating the tuning of  pactor blinking, now everything is dead.

The computer see the serial port, however, from Airmail I cannot change the frequencies.

APRISIS32

For RPR when I start APRISIS32 the modem correctly goes in KISS mode. The program say that every thing is correct. Now the lights of the tuner blink, I hear clearly the bursts of the incoming messages, however the program doesn’t recognize them.

 

There are only three possibilities:

  1. the modem is broken
  2. the cable/connectors transferring the data from the radio are failed (not the power)
  3. Because of the long time, I forgot some operation at the start.

 

Can you help me, and suggest the experiments to perform for finding the failure.

In particular, how to test the presence of signals in the connection with the radio.

73

Giuseppe

IZ1GCL


Re: Missing stations

Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...>
 

Yes, view all is checked.

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From: "Lynn Deffenbaugh"
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Sunday May 30 2021 9:55:20PM
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] Missing stations

Have you checked View / All?

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


On 5/30/2021 4:18 PM, Christopher Rose wrote:
OK, new problem. I have 20 stations in my list on the left hand side of the screen. Only 2 show on the map. What did I set wrong this time?


Re: Missing stations

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Have you checked View / All?

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


On 5/30/2021 4:18 PM, Christopher Rose wrote:
OK, new problem. I have 20 stations in my list on the left hand side of the screen. Only 2 show on the map. What did I set wrong this time?


Missing stations

Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...>
 

OK, new problem. I have 20 stations in my list on the left hand side of the screen. Only 2 show on the map. What did I set wrong this time?


Re: TNC log data I don't understand

Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...>
 

Thank you for your input Randy and James

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From: "Randy Love"
To: APRSISCE@groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Friday May 28 2021 12:54:24PM
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] TNC log data I don't understand

Last time I checked... you don't put a KPC3+ into kiss mode by saying KISS ON... 
I believe it is INT KISS  then RESTART

The last command in that error list is KISS ON.
Also, the KPC3's don't say OK... I believe you just look for the cmd: prompt on them, which is what the program is looking for.

Maybe add a ^M after each command to send them?

Randy
WF5X


On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 12:12 PM James Ewen <ve6srv@...> wrote:
The missing response error means that the program is not seeing the response it thinks it should see. 

When you send a command to the TNC, and the TNC is happy it says Ok. The program is not seeing the OK, hence the missing response. 

Check your TNC make sure it is ready to talk to the computer. 

You can also just manually put the TNC in KISS mode and tell the program your TNC is in KISS mode. 

On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 10:08 AM Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...> wrote:
Sorry for all this but what does "Missed Expected Response" mean and what does it tell me that something isn't programmed right? KPC3+ TNC, KISS port. This is from the trace port of the KPC3.

To me it shows received information that the program isn't showing on the map as received stations. No stations are showing on the map.

Thanks in advance for anyone's help

Chris

WinMain:2021-05-28T15:51:56.372 Starting Port(KPC3+)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 CpReader Running on COM4:0,N,8,1 (6 OpenCmds, 4 CloseCmds)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 Opening COM4:0,N,8,1
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 Opening COM4 with 4 Args
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 CpOpen:SetCommState failed!
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 SetParameters(4 pieces) Failed
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 Opened COM4:0,N,8,1, Flushing 0 in TransmitQueue, Sending 6 OpenCmds
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:57.390 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:58.398 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:59.405 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(XFLOW OFF)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:00.412 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(FULLDUP OFF)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:01.419 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(KISS ON)
WinMain:2021-05-28T15:52:26.522 Logging Enabled
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:27.166 KISS:Missing Leading C0[106]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP*,WIDE3-1: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>;CHELSEA  *201647z4218.39N\08101.47WhSwap  06 June 21<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:27.767 KISS:Missing Leading C0[80]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP*,WIDE3-1: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>;GM-SWP   *201718z4239.66N\0830
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:28.169 KISS:Missing Leading C0[37]:2.05WhGMARC Trunkfest  19 June 21<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:29.371 KISS:Missing Leading C0[232]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-110 sats:11 wregc:0 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>MTCLMN>APMI06,MAYVIL,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:29.721 KISS:Missing Leading C0[14]:UI>:<0D 0A>>W8FSM<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:53:21.017 KISS:Missing Leading C0[195]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-110 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:04.844 KISS:Missing Leading C0[117]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,HOLLY,JAMTWP,WIDE3*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>=4244.54N/08423.82W/Special Events Map wa8lmf.ddns.net:14445<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.045 KISS:Missing Leading C0[103]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 31
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.567 KISS:Missing Leading C0[183]:77 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-108 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>WA8LMF-14>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>=/8qo;9/pH#  BPHG3190  Haslett Igate/Digi<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.903 KISS:Missing Leading C0[2]:<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:31.782 KISS:Missing Leading C0[72]:N1SJK-9>TQ3U4T,CHLSEA,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>`p+bqhau/`"6=}_%<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:09.263 KISS:Missing Leading C0[120]:N8VDS-3>APWW11,HOLLY,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>/281154z4259.09N/08341.73W_090/008g014t042r000p000P000b00000h00/fWD<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:10.465 KISS:Missing Leading C0[101]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:11.003 KISS:Missing Leading C0[94]:3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-108 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:30.817 KISS:Missing Leading C0[126]:KE8DDT-7>APTT4,CHLSEA,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>@101923z4217.58N/08342.63W_135/002g009t043r012p066P066h91b10085L049.DsVP<0D 0A 0D 0A>
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James
VE6SRV


Re: TNC log data I don't understand

Randy Love
 

Last time I checked... you don't put a KPC3+ into kiss mode by saying KISS ON... 
I believe it is INT KISS  then RESTART

The last command in that error list is KISS ON.
Also, the KPC3's don't say OK... I believe you just look for the cmd: prompt on them, which is what the program is looking for.

Maybe add a ^M after each command to send them?

Randy
WF5X


On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 12:12 PM James Ewen <ve6srv@...> wrote:
The missing response error means that the program is not seeing the response it thinks it should see. 

When you send a command to the TNC, and the TNC is happy it says Ok. The program is not seeing the OK, hence the missing response. 

Check your TNC make sure it is ready to talk to the computer. 

You can also just manually put the TNC in KISS mode and tell the program your TNC is in KISS mode. 

On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 10:08 AM Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...> wrote:
Sorry for all this but what does "Missed Expected Response" mean and what does it tell me that something isn't programmed right? KPC3+ TNC, KISS port. This is from the trace port of the KPC3.

To me it shows received information that the program isn't showing on the map as received stations. No stations are showing on the map.

Thanks in advance for anyone's help

Chris

WinMain:2021-05-28T15:51:56.372 Starting Port(KPC3+)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 CpReader Running on COM4:0,N,8,1 (6 OpenCmds, 4 CloseCmds)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 Opening COM4:0,N,8,1
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 Opening COM4 with 4 Args
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 CpOpen:SetCommState failed!
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 SetParameters(4 pieces) Failed
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 Opened COM4:0,N,8,1, Flushing 0 in TransmitQueue, Sending 6 OpenCmds
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:57.390 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:58.398 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:59.405 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(XFLOW OFF)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:00.412 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(FULLDUP OFF)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:01.419 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(KISS ON)
WinMain:2021-05-28T15:52:26.522 Logging Enabled
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:27.166 KISS:Missing Leading C0[106]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP*,WIDE3-1: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>;CHELSEA  *201647z4218.39N\08101.47WhSwap  06 June 21<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:27.767 KISS:Missing Leading C0[80]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP*,WIDE3-1: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>;GM-SWP   *201718z4239.66N\0830
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:28.169 KISS:Missing Leading C0[37]:2.05WhGMARC Trunkfest  19 June 21<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:29.371 KISS:Missing Leading C0[232]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-110 sats:11 wregc:0 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>MTCLMN>APMI06,MAYVIL,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:29.721 KISS:Missing Leading C0[14]:UI>:<0D 0A>>W8FSM<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:53:21.017 KISS:Missing Leading C0[195]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-110 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:04.844 KISS:Missing Leading C0[117]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,HOLLY,JAMTWP,WIDE3*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>=4244.54N/08423.82W/Special Events Map wa8lmf.ddns.net:14445<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.045 KISS:Missing Leading C0[103]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 31
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.567 KISS:Missing Leading C0[183]:77 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-108 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>WA8LMF-14>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>=/8qo;9/pH#  BPHG3190  Haslett Igate/Digi<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.903 KISS:Missing Leading C0[2]:<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:31.782 KISS:Missing Leading C0[72]:N1SJK-9>TQ3U4T,CHLSEA,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>`p+bqhau/`"6=}_%<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:09.263 KISS:Missing Leading C0[120]:N8VDS-3>APWW11,HOLLY,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>/281154z4259.09N/08341.73W_090/008g014t042r000p000P000b00000h00/fWD<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:10.465 KISS:Missing Leading C0[101]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:11.003 KISS:Missing Leading C0[94]:3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-108 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:30.817 KISS:Missing Leading C0[126]:KE8DDT-7>APTT4,CHLSEA,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>@101923z4217.58N/08342.63W_135/002g009t043r012p066P066h91b10085L049.DsVP<0D 0A 0D 0A>

--
James
VE6SRV


Re: TNC log data I don't understand

James Ewen
 

The missing response error means that the program is not seeing the response it thinks it should see. 

When you send a command to the TNC, and the TNC is happy it says Ok. The program is not seeing the OK, hence the missing response. 

Check your TNC make sure it is ready to talk to the computer. 

You can also just manually put the TNC in KISS mode and tell the program your TNC is in KISS mode. 

On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 10:08 AM Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...> wrote:
Sorry for all this but what does "Missed Expected Response" mean and what does it tell me that something isn't programmed right? KPC3+ TNC, KISS port. This is from the trace port of the KPC3.

To me it shows received information that the program isn't showing on the map as received stations. No stations are showing on the map.

Thanks in advance for anyone's help

Chris

WinMain:2021-05-28T15:51:56.372 Starting Port(KPC3+)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 CpReader Running on COM4:0,N,8,1 (6 OpenCmds, 4 CloseCmds)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 Opening COM4:0,N,8,1
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 Opening COM4 with 4 Args
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 CpOpen:SetCommState failed!
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 SetParameters(4 pieces) Failed
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 Opened COM4:0,N,8,1, Flushing 0 in TransmitQueue, Sending 6 OpenCmds
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:57.390 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:58.398 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:59.405 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(XFLOW OFF)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:00.412 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(FULLDUP OFF)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:01.419 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(KISS ON)
WinMain:2021-05-28T15:52:26.522 Logging Enabled
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:27.166 KISS:Missing Leading C0[106]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP*,WIDE3-1: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>;CHELSEA  *201647z4218.39N\08101.47WhSwap  06 June 21<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:27.767 KISS:Missing Leading C0[80]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP*,WIDE3-1: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>;GM-SWP   *201718z4239.66N\0830
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:28.169 KISS:Missing Leading C0[37]:2.05WhGMARC Trunkfest  19 June 21<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:29.371 KISS:Missing Leading C0[232]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-110 sats:11 wregc:0 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>MTCLMN>APMI06,MAYVIL,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:29.721 KISS:Missing Leading C0[14]:UI>:<0D 0A>>W8FSM<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:53:21.017 KISS:Missing Leading C0[195]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-110 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:04.844 KISS:Missing Leading C0[117]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,HOLLY,JAMTWP,WIDE3*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>=4244.54N/08423.82W/Special Events Map wa8lmf.ddns.net:14445<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.045 KISS:Missing Leading C0[103]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 31
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.567 KISS:Missing Leading C0[183]:77 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-108 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>WA8LMF-14>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>=/8qo;9/pH#  BPHG3190  Haslett Igate/Digi<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.903 KISS:Missing Leading C0[2]:<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:31.782 KISS:Missing Leading C0[72]:N1SJK-9>TQ3U4T,CHLSEA,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>`p+bqhau/`"6=}_%<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:09.263 KISS:Missing Leading C0[120]:N8VDS-3>APWW11,HOLLY,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>/281154z4259.09N/08341.73W_090/008g014t042r000p000P000b00000h00/fWD<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:10.465 KISS:Missing Leading C0[101]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:11.003 KISS:Missing Leading C0[94]:3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-108 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:30.817 KISS:Missing Leading C0[126]:KE8DDT-7>APTT4,CHLSEA,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>@101923z4217.58N/08342.63W_135/002g009t043r012p066P066h91b10085L049.DsVP<0D 0A 0D 0A>

--
James
VE6SRV


TNC log data I don't understand

Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...>
 

Sorry for all this but what does "Missed Expected Response" mean and what does it tell me that something isn't programmed right? KPC3+ TNC, KISS port. This is from the trace port of the KPC3.

To me it shows received information that the program isn't showing on the map as received stations. No stations are showing on the map.

Thanks in advance for anyone's help

Chris

WinMain:2021-05-28T15:51:56.372 Starting Port(KPC3+)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 CpReader Running on COM4:0,N,8,1 (6 OpenCmds, 4 CloseCmds)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 Opening COM4:0,N,8,1
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.373 Opening COM4 with 4 Args
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 CpOpen:SetCommState failed!
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 SetParameters(4 pieces) Failed
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:56.389 Opened COM4:0,N,8,1, Flushing 0 in TransmitQueue, Sending 6 OpenCmds
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:57.390 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:58.398 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(^M~)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:51:59.405 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(XFLOW OFF)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:00.412 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(FULLDUP OFF)
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:01.419 Missed Expected Response(cmd:) From Command(KISS ON)
WinMain:2021-05-28T15:52:26.522 Logging Enabled
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:27.166 KISS:Missing Leading C0[106]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP*,WIDE3-1: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>;CHELSEA  *201647z4218.39N\08101.47WhSwap  06 June 21<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:27.767 KISS:Missing Leading C0[80]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP*,WIDE3-1: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>;GM-SWP   *201718z4239.66N\0830
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:28.169 KISS:Missing Leading C0[37]:2.05WhGMARC Trunkfest  19 June 21<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:29.371 KISS:Missing Leading C0[232]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-110 sats:11 wregc:0 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>MTCLMN>APMI06,MAYVIL,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:52:29.721 KISS:Missing Leading C0[14]:UI>:<0D 0A>>W8FSM<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:53:21.017 KISS:Missing Leading C0[195]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-110 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:04.844 KISS:Missing Leading C0[117]:WA8LMF-4>APU25N,CHLSEA,HOLLY,JAMTWP,WIDE3*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>=4244.54N/08423.82W/Special Events Map wa8lmf.ddns.net:14445<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.045 KISS:Missing Leading C0[103]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992 31
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.567 KISS:Missing Leading C0[183]:77 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-108 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>WA8LMF-14>APU25N,CHLSEA,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>=/8qo;9/pH#  BPHG3190  Haslett Igate/Digi<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:06.903 KISS:Missing Leading C0[2]:<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:54:31.782 KISS:Missing Leading C0[72]:N1SJK-9>TQ3U4T,CHLSEA,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>`p+bqhau/`"6=}_%<0D 0A 0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:09.263 KISS:Missing Leading C0[120]:N8VDS-3>APWW11,HOLLY,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <<UI>>:<0D 0A>/281154z4259.09N/08341.73W_090/008g014t042r000p000P000b00000h00/fWD<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:10.465 KISS:Missing Leading C0[101]:HOLLY>APMI06,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>}W8FSM-9>APTRCR,TCPIP,HOLLY*:!4246.60N/08338.50Wk019/000/A=000992
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:11.003 KISS:Missing Leading C0[94]:3177 South Fenton Road, Michigan, US dBm:-108 sats:12 wregc:1 fred@... #BikeMS !BikeMS!<0D 0A>
Port(KPC3+):2021-05-28T15:55:30.817 KISS:Missing Leading C0[126]:KE8DDT-7>APTT4,CHLSEA,WIDE1,JAMTWP,WIDE2*: <UI>:<0D 0A>@101923z4217.58N/08342.63W_135/002g009t043r012p066P066h91b10085L049.DsVP<0D 0A 0D 0A>

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