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Re: Kenwood THD-7

Steve Bunting M0BPQ
 

Thanks Lynn!

I didn't get the radio to respond to PuTTY so have work to do. I'll save this list from non-APRSIS32 related chatter though.

73
Steve


Re: Kenwood THD-7

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Yes, that should be correct.  I haven't personally tested the D7, but I suspect there are some out there using one with APRSIS32.

One key would be to connect the cabling to the radio and bring up a terminal emulator.  When you switch the radio's TNC between the various modes, you should see text coming through on the terminal emulator.  Once that is verified, close the terminal emulator, put the radio into Packet (or Packet96), and fire up APRSIS32 with a KISS (not Simply(KISS)) type port configured with the same serial port and baud rate that worked in the terminal emulator.

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

On 1/6/2020 7:52 AM, Steve Bunting M0BPQ wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am looking to experiment with 9K6 APRS with a local friend of mine. As I have an unused Kenwood THD-7 this becomes the obvious choice for my (70cm) I-gate. (Im aware of its limitations - but this is a bit of no cost fun)

After reading old posts on the forum, it seems that "just" setting up a new KISS port in APRSIS32 should kick the radio into KISS mode (when it is in Packet mode not APRS mode). Is that still correct? If so I need to look more closely at the provided cables etc.

Any other tips on using the radio/TNC will be gratefully accepted.

73

Steve M0BPQ


Kenwood THD-7

Steve Bunting M0BPQ
 

Hi everyone,

I am looking to experiment with 9K6 APRS with a local friend of mine. As I have an unused Kenwood THD-7 this becomes the obvious choice for my (70cm) I-gate. (Im aware of its limitations - but this is a bit of no cost fun)

After reading old posts on the forum, it seems that "just" setting up a new KISS port in APRSIS32 should kick the radio into KISS mode (when it is in Packet mode not APRS mode). Is that still correct? If so I need to look more closely at the provided cables etc.

Any other tips on using the radio/TNC will be gratefully accepted.

73

Steve M0BPQ


Re: A Question about Digipeating

KD7YZ Bob
 

OK.
I guess I should moderate the “likelihood “ of putting it in my Farm P/U truck.
I wouldn’t say “never “..
Just that (A) no one cares where I am driving.
And (B) there are usually two working dogs in the compartment behind the driver/passenger seats where I removed the former full seats. They, fwiw, weigh 175#

They’re both curious as well as suspicious of things that don’t belong. I have had driver seats chewed to the springs when they needed to go see some threat. Some accidentally left ham gear has been marked, drugged thru mud and otherwise told to go away.

All I want to do is try to report and or work thru PSAT,S ISS and USNAP1

Since ur here. Are there any UHF APRS types of birds up there I can set my D710GA CH-B to and have meaningful packets magically appear?

Thanks for answering


--
--
KD7YZ Bob EM88LL


Re: A Question about Digipeating

Robert Bruninga
 

First of all, I can never seeing myself driving along anywhere whilst
using my D710 in any vehicle.
Not what my initial intended purpose was.
Just in case, the callsign of the mobile MUST be different from the callsign
of the receiving station because APRS ignores its own call.

Bob


Re: A Question about Digipeating

KD7YZ Bob
 

You’d mentioned this before. However I see it differently now that I have used the Com port output of my D710.

And here is a quote from there too:

By having APRSISCE/32 monitoring the COM port, it is possible to decode and display all of the information received by the TM-D710.

I never saw a way to have APRSIS32 see the D710 port directly.
So I connected my SignaLInk to the D710 data port.
SignaLInk outputs as an Rx/Tx Soundcard.

I had to use AGWPE to make a Port of the Soundcard type. As you already knew..

And THEN I had APRSIS32 make a Soundcard Port reading the AGWPE PORT.

Is this what the wiki page is alluding to? Have APRSIS32 grab the D710GA COM port through an intermediary program?

Because those few paragraphs led me to believe I must create an APRSIS32 Kenwood D710 APRS port.

Am I getting reduced functionality?

First of all, I can never seeing myself driving along anywhere whilst using my D710 in any vehicle.
Not what my initial intended purpose was.


--
--
KD7YZ Bob EM88LL


Re: A Question about Digipeating

Rob Giuliano
 

This should explain it better:



Quoted from that page:
"APRSISCE/32 makes use of these internal commands (TC 0, TC 1) in order to assume control of the radio so it can send packets. In doing so, APRSISCE/32 sends a number of commands to the radio, including a command to set the source callsign (MYCALL). If the TM-D710 is left in control, and APRSISCE/32 is attempting to assert control, you can end up with some interesting effects. Note that APRSISCE/32 cannot provide digipeater support in this mode because the UNPROTO … VIA … command does not support used (*) path components."

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Saturday, January 4, 2020, 9:03:45 AM EST, KD7YZ Bob <kd7yz@...> wrote:


1:Fm N4PWH-10 To APDW15 Via KD7YZ-15,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1 <UI pid=F0 Len=57 >[08:40:46]
!3819.85NI08258.30W#RasPi I-Gate/Digipeater in Grayson KY  [UISS/AGWPE]

or
( and I'd asked about this "not supported stuff earlier]

WinMain:2020-01-04T13:40:46.127 Digipeating N4PWH-10 (WIDE1-1) via(WIDE1-1=WIDE1*)
WinMain:2020-01-04T13:40:46.127 Original(N4PWH-10>APDW15,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1:!3819.85NI08258.30W#RasPi I-Gate/Digipeater in Grayson KY)
WinMain:2020-01-04T13:40:46.127 Transmit(N4PWH-10>APDW15,KD7YZ-15*,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1:!3819.85NI08258.30W#RasPi I-Gate/Digipeater in Grayson KY)
WinMain:2020-01-04T13:40:46.127 KWD710(APRS):DigiPeating Not Supported on KWD710(APRS) Protocol Ports

The question is, why don't I see the next station that heard me DigiPeat N4PWH ?
I see a thick brownish line connection N4PWH and "ME" on the APRSIS32 map everytime he Beacons that message.
However I never see a line from "ME" to someone else who received my repeat of PWH.

There are actually two or three guys out here in Rural Appalachia, over 100 miles, on ridgelines like me, who DO include my call in their Beacon path. I have seen the brown lines and seen AGWPE-UISS Digipeat them.

I realise that technically, AGWPE->UISS caught the decode through the Signalink off the D710 Data-Port. And that UISS did the DigiPeat. So maybe no seeing I make in APRSIS32 or the D710 would make any difference.

But I thought I'd ask anyway. Any D710 users feel free to email me at mycall from ARRL.  DOT argghhhh matey.

that should be obfuscated enough to belay the spam-bots, hi hi

Thanks es HNY
--
KD7YZ Bob EM88LL



A Question about Digipeating

KD7YZ Bob
 

1:Fm N4PWH-10 To APDW15 Via KD7YZ-15,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1 <UI pid=F0 Len=57 >[08:40:46]
!3819.85NI08258.30W#RasPi I-Gate/Digipeater in Grayson KY [UISS/AGWPE]

or
( and I'd asked about this "not supported stuff earlier]

WinMain:2020-01-04T13:40:46.127 Digipeating N4PWH-10 (WIDE1-1) via(WIDE1-1=WIDE1*)
WinMain:2020-01-04T13:40:46.127 Original(N4PWH-10>APDW15,WIDE1-1,WIDE2-1:!3819.85NI08258.30W#RasPi I-Gate/Digipeater in Grayson KY)
WinMain:2020-01-04T13:40:46.127 Transmit(N4PWH-10>APDW15,KD7YZ-15*,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1:!3819.85NI08258.30W#RasPi I-Gate/Digipeater in Grayson KY)
WinMain:2020-01-04T13:40:46.127 KWD710(APRS):DigiPeating Not Supported on KWD710(APRS) Protocol Ports

The question is, why don't I see the next station that heard me DigiPeat N4PWH ?
I see a thick brownish line connection N4PWH and "ME" on the APRSIS32 map everytime he Beacons that message.
However I never see a line from "ME" to someone else who received my repeat of PWH.

There are actually two or three guys out here in Rural Appalachia, over 100 miles, on ridgelines like me, who DO include my call in their Beacon path. I have seen the brown lines and seen AGWPE-UISS Digipeat them.

I realise that technically, AGWPE->UISS caught the decode through the Signalink off the D710 Data-Port. And that UISS did the DigiPeat. So maybe no seeing I make in APRSIS32 or the D710 would make any difference.

But I thought I'd ask anyway. Any D710 users feel free to email me at mycall from ARRL. DOT argghhhh matey.

that should be obfuscated enough to belay the spam-bots, hi hi

Thanks es HNY
--
KD7YZ Bob EM88LL


Re: How to make a new PORT that listens to a soundcard?

KD7YZ Bob
 

Thanks for the great links. I bookmark’d them both
--
KD7YZ Bob EM88LL


Re: How to make a new PORT that listens to a soundcard?

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

On 12/31/2019 8:10 AM, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
On Sat, Dec 28, 2019 at 05:16 PM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:

I'm trying really hard not to comment on a WIDE1-1,WIDE3-3 path...
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
WinMain:2019-12-28T15:36:33.513 RFtoIS:[AGWPE-TELNET ]IGated VE3FFB>CQ,RS0ISS*,RS0ISS,SGATE,WIDE2-1,qAR,KD7YZ-15:=4416.01N/07629.00W-ve3ffr@...
WinMain:2019-12-28T16:25:09.137 RFtoIS:[KWD710(Pkt)]IGated NU3S-7>APK102,KF8YK-2,WIDE1,K8UI-1,CHLSEA,KC8SDN-5*,WIDE3,qAR,KD7YZ-15:=4022.75N/08004.80W_163/002g005t041r p P000h98b10264KU2k
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HERE'S MY CHANCE TO LEARN SOME MORE ABOUT PROPER APRS THEN ....

SNIPPET:

RFtoIS:[KWD710(Pkt)]IGated NU3S-7>APK102,KF8YK-2,WIDE1,K8UI-1,CHLSEA,KC8SDN-5*,WIDE3,qAR,KD7YZ-15 (location data)

was that NU3S-7 who made up the entire path ??? which includes WIDE3 ??
Yes, the packet originator comes first before the >

I "think" " qAR" KD7YZ-15 has to do with who went RF to Internet Service .. dunno the meaning of qAR though.
Yes, the callsign after the q-construct (qAR in this case) is usually, but not always, the IGate.  You can read more about q Constructs at:

http://www.aprs-is.net/q.aspx

I've never seen WIDE3 before. And the NU3S-7>APK102 ... does that mean the originating station went Program/Internet-service first ... to get the APK102 generated?
No, the >APK102 is the ToCall and identifies the source station as a Kenwood D710.  You can find the documented ToCalls at:

http://aprs.org/aprs11/tocalls.txt


And the inference of the WIDE3 as opposed to a IDE2-1 ?
Here's a deconstruction of the path from that packet:

,KF8YK-2,WIDE1,K8UI-1,CHLSEA,KC8SDN-5*,WIDE3,
KF8YK-2 is a digipeater that first copied the packet.  It appears to have reacted to an original WIDE1-1 path request from the originating station.

K8UI-1 copied that digipeated packet, presumably reacting to a WIDE3-3 component from the originating station.

CHLSEA copied that packet and likely saw a WIDE3-2 unused path component as K8UI-1 would have decremented it.

KC8SDN-5 heard CHLSEA and saw an unused WIDE3-1 which it then reacted to triggering the FIFTH time this packet was put on RF. KC8SDN-5 should have marked the WIDE3 as used (*), but that doesn't show in the packet from above.

Finally KD7YZ-15 (your station) copied the packet from KC8SDN-5 and gated it to the APRS-IS with the qAR code.

thanks for the class.
Any time.  There's a lot to know, and a lot of differences in what you'll see inside packets.


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


Re: How to make a new PORT that listens to a soundcard?

KD7YZ Bob
 

On Sat, Dec 28, 2019 at 05:16 PM, Lynn Deffenbaugh wrote:


I'm trying really hard not to comment on a WIDE1-1,WIDE3-3 path...
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
WinMain:2019-12-28T15:36:33.513 RFtoIS:[AGWPE-TELNET ]IGated VE3FFB>CQ,RS0ISS*,RS0ISS,SGATE,WIDE2-1,qAR,KD7YZ-15:=4416.01N/07629.00W-ve3ffr@...
WinMain:2019-12-28T16:25:09.137 RFtoIS:[KWD710(Pkt)]IGated NU3S-7>APK102,KF8YK-2,WIDE1,K8UI-1,CHLSEA,KC8SDN-5*,WIDE3,qAR,KD7YZ-15:=4022.75N/08004.80W_163/002g005t041r p P000h98b10264KU2k
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HERE'S MY CHANCE TO LEARN SOME MORE ABOUT PROPER APRS THEN ....

SNIPPET:

RFtoIS:[KWD710(Pkt)]IGated NU3S-7>APK102,KF8YK-2,WIDE1,K8UI-1,CHLSEA,KC8SDN-5*,WIDE3,qAR,KD7YZ- (location data)

was that NU3S-7 who made up the entire path ??? which includes WIDE3 ??

I "think" " qAR" KD7YZ has to do with who went RF to Internet Service .. dunno the meaning of qAR though.

I've never seen WIDE3 before. And the NU3S-7>APK102 ... does that mean the originating station went Program/Internet-service first ... to get the APK102 generated?

And the inference of the WIDE3 as opposed to a IDE2-1 ?


thanks for the class.


--
KD7YZ Bob EM88LL


Re: I want to operate aprs while listening to hf on another band is that possible?

Jack L. Blake Sr (AI4LL)
 

The idea is to use a mono band 2 meter for dedicated APRS. Signal band 2 meter radio are pretty inexpensive. 

On Sat, Dec 28, 2019 at 11:53 AM Rob Giuliano via Groups.Io <kb8rco=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Like any setup, cheap HTs tend to work well when everything is configured properly.
Like most equipment, you need to look at its capability.  As Fred said, "MOST" dual band radios (more likely with HTs) are dual receive and single transmit, so you must make sure the TX is set to the TNC and desired frequency.  Using one for a QSO while also trying to RX/TX APRS is not likely to work.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Saturday, December 28, 2019, 11:04:16 AM EST, Jack L. Blake Sr (AI4LL) <jblake8061@...> wrote:


How would one of the cheap Chinese HT connected to a outside antenna using a PS work? I would not want to tie up a high dollar dual band for APRS

On Sat, Dec 28, 2019 at 10:14 AM Fred Hillhouse Jr (CruelShoes) <f.hillhouse.jr@...> wrote:
The FT857 will not operate in that manner. Many of the dual band radios will not either. The 857 is single receive/transmit. The typical dual band is dual receive/single transmit. 
I tend to use older commercial radios for APRS but there are some good amateur radios. I have an FT1500 that works well.

Best regards, 
Fred N7FMH 

On Fri, Dec 27, 2019, 5:36 PM K7OI-Mark <K7oi.us@...> wrote:
Hi
K7oi here
I use 857d yaesu with signalink USB and aprsisce32.
Is it possible to listen to other bands while using the 144.39 to xmit/rcv aprs packets?

Anyone experienced in doing this I've tried for some reason my packets get cut off or xmit fully on the other freq I'm listening to embarrassing.
I've tried such things as priority channel either way etc.
Ideas?
And yes a dedicated 2m or xband rig is being considered.

--
Jack L. Blake

--
Jack L. Blake


Re: How to make a new PORT that listens to a soundcard?

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

I'm trying really hard not to comment on a WIDE1-1,WIDE3-3 path...

WinMain:2019-12-28T16:25:09.137 RFtoIS:[KWD710(Pkt)]IGated NU3S-7>APK102,KF8YK-2,WIDE1,K8UI-1,CHLSEA,KC8SDN-5*,WIDE3,qAR,KD7YZ-15:=4022.75N/08004.80W_163/002g005t041r p P000h98b10264KU2k
And it was completely used!

But I'm glad you're seeing the behavior you were wanting to accomplish.

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

On 12/28/2019 12:50 PM, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
And here's the proof. so to speak:

Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T15:36:33.512 Read 116 bytes after 5122726 msec (up from 14) vs 0 Quiet
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T15:36:33.513 AGW:AX.25-rPort[0] VE3FFB>CQ,RS0ISS*,RS0ISS,SGATE,WIDE2-1:=4416.01N/07629.00W-ve3ffr@...

Ch-B of the D710 is set on 145.825
It is Port-1 on AGWPE ... the Signalink device to the Data port of the D710.

And then the APRSIS/32's iGate Trace-Log



WinMain:2019-12-28T15:36:33.513 RFtoIS:[AGWPE-TELNET ]IGated VE3FFB>CQ,RS0ISS*,RS0ISS,SGATE,WIDE2-1,qAR,KD7YZ-15:=4416.01N/07629.00W-ve3ffr@...
WinMain:2019-12-28T16:25:09.137 RFtoIS:[KWD710(Pkt)]IGated NU3S-7>APK102,KF8YK-2,WIDE1,K8UI-1,CHLSEA,KC8SDN-5*,WIDE3,qAR,KD7YZ-15:=4022.75N/08004.80W_163/002g005t041r p P000h98b10264KU2k

--
KD7YZ Bob EM88LL


Re: How to make a new PORT that listens to a soundcard?

KD7YZ Bob
 

And here's the proof. so to speak:

Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T15:36:33.512 Read 116 bytes after 5122726 msec (up from 14) vs 0 Quiet
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T15:36:33.513 AGW:AX.25-rPort[0] VE3FFB>CQ,RS0ISS*,RS0ISS,SGATE,WIDE2-1:=4416.01N/07629.00W-ve3ffr@...

Ch-B of the D710 is set on 145.825
It is Port-1 on AGWPE ... the Signalink device to the Data port of the D710.

And then the APRSIS/32's iGate Trace-Log



WinMain:2019-12-28T15:36:33.513 RFtoIS:[AGWPE-TELNET ]IGated VE3FFB>CQ,RS0ISS*,RS0ISS,SGATE,WIDE2-1,qAR,KD7YZ-15:=4416.01N/07629.00W-ve3ffr@...
WinMain:2019-12-28T16:25:09.137 RFtoIS:[KWD710(Pkt)]IGated NU3S-7>APK102,KF8YK-2,WIDE1,K8UI-1,CHLSEA,KC8SDN-5*,WIDE3,qAR,KD7YZ-15:=4022.75N/08004.80W_163/002g005t041r p P000h98b10264KU2k

--
KD7YZ Bob EM88LL


Re: I want to operate aprs while listening to hf on another band is that possible?

Rob Giuliano
 

Like any setup, cheap HTs tend to work well when everything is configured properly.
Like most equipment, you need to look at its capability.  As Fred said, "MOST" dual band radios (more likely with HTs) are dual receive and single transmit, so you must make sure the TX is set to the TNC and desired frequency.  Using one for a QSO while also trying to RX/TX APRS is not likely to work.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Saturday, December 28, 2019, 11:04:16 AM EST, Jack L. Blake Sr (AI4LL) <jblake8061@...> wrote:


How would one of the cheap Chinese HT connected to a outside antenna using a PS work? I would not want to tie up a high dollar dual band for APRS

On Sat, Dec 28, 2019 at 10:14 AM Fred Hillhouse Jr (CruelShoes) <f.hillhouse.jr@...> wrote:
The FT857 will not operate in that manner. Many of the dual band radios will not either. The 857 is single receive/transmit. The typical dual band is dual receive/single transmit. 
I tend to use older commercial radios for APRS but there are some good amateur radios. I have an FT1500 that works well.

Best regards, 
Fred N7FMH 

On Fri, Dec 27, 2019, 5:36 PM K7OI-Mark <K7oi.us@...> wrote:
Hi
K7oi here
I use 857d yaesu with signalink USB and aprsisce32.
Is it possible to listen to other bands while using the 144.39 to xmit/rcv aprs packets?

Anyone experienced in doing this I've tried for some reason my packets get cut off or xmit fully on the other freq I'm listening to embarrassing.
I've tried such things as priority channel either way etc.
Ideas?
And yes a dedicated 2m or xband rig is being considered.

--
Jack L. Blake


Re: I want to operate aprs while listening to hf on another band is that possible?

Justin Cherington
 

The cheap Chinese dual bands tend to have a long turnaround time. That is they take several times longer (up to 7x) to go from tx to being able to rx. The few tests I’ve seen online show a lot less packets being decoded by them as well. 


On Dec 28, 2019, at 9:04 AM, Jack L. Blake Sr (AI4LL) <jblake8061@...> wrote:


How would one of the cheap Chinese HT connected to a outside antenna using a PS work? I would not want to tie up a high dollar dual band for APRS

On Sat, Dec 28, 2019 at 10:14 AM Fred Hillhouse Jr (CruelShoes) <f.hillhouse.jr@...> wrote:
The FT857 will not operate in that manner. Many of the dual band radios will not either. The 857 is single receive/transmit. The typical dual band is dual receive/single transmit. 
I tend to use older commercial radios for APRS but there are some good amateur radios. I have an FT1500 that works well.

Best regards, 
Fred N7FMH 

On Fri, Dec 27, 2019, 5:36 PM K7OI-Mark <K7oi.us@...> wrote:
Hi
K7oi here
I use 857d yaesu with signalink USB and aprsisce32.
Is it possible to listen to other bands while using the 144.39 to xmit/rcv aprs packets?

Anyone experienced in doing this I've tried for some reason my packets get cut off or xmit fully on the other freq I'm listening to embarrassing.
I've tried such things as priority channel either way etc.
Ideas?
And yes a dedicated 2m or xband rig is being considered.

--
Jack L. Blake


Re: I want to operate aprs while listening to hf on another band is that possible?

Jack L. Blake Sr (AI4LL)
 

How would one of the cheap Chinese HT connected to a outside antenna using a PS work? I would not want to tie up a high dollar dual band for APRS

On Sat, Dec 28, 2019 at 10:14 AM Fred Hillhouse Jr (CruelShoes) <f.hillhouse.jr@...> wrote:
The FT857 will not operate in that manner. Many of the dual band radios will not either. The 857 is single receive/transmit. The typical dual band is dual receive/single transmit. 
I tend to use older commercial radios for APRS but there are some good amateur radios. I have an FT1500 that works well.

Best regards, 
Fred N7FMH 

On Fri, Dec 27, 2019, 5:36 PM K7OI-Mark <K7oi.us@...> wrote:
Hi
K7oi here
I use 857d yaesu with signalink USB and aprsisce32.
Is it possible to listen to other bands while using the 144.39 to xmit/rcv aprs packets?

Anyone experienced in doing this I've tried for some reason my packets get cut off or xmit fully on the other freq I'm listening to embarrassing.
I've tried such things as priority channel either way etc.
Ideas?
And yes a dedicated 2m or xband rig is being considered.

--
Jack L. Blake


Re: I want to operate aprs while listening to hf on another band is that possible?

Fred Hillhouse Jr (CruelShoes)
 

The FT857 will not operate in that manner. Many of the dual band radios will not either. The 857 is single receive/transmit. The typical dual band is dual receive/single transmit. 
I tend to use older commercial radios for APRS but there are some good amateur radios. I have an FT1500 that works well.

Best regards, 
Fred N7FMH 

On Fri, Dec 27, 2019, 5:36 PM K7OI-Mark <K7oi.us@...> wrote:
Hi
K7oi here
I use 857d yaesu with signalink USB and aprsisce32.
Is it possible to listen to other bands while using the 144.39 to xmit/rcv aprs packets?

Anyone experienced in doing this I've tried for some reason my packets get cut off or xmit fully on the other freq I'm listening to embarrassing.
I've tried such things as priority channel either way etc.
Ideas?
And yes a dedicated 2m or xband rig is being considered.


Re: How to make a new PORT that listens to a soundcard?

KD7YZ Bob
 

.
"So, if you have a single instance of AGWpe reading both your D710's audio
direct as well as the SDR, you're already receiving packets decoded from both
channels."

I "Think" I may be learning.

looking at the Trace Log for the AGWPE-TelNet, I have
---------------------------------------------------------------------
WinMain:2019-12-28T14:11:10.632 Starting Port(AGWPE-TELNET )
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T14:11:10.632 TcpReader Running on @localhost or localhost:8000 (0 OpenCmds, 0 CloseCmds)
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T14:11:10.633 localhost[0] = 127.0.0.1
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T14:11:10.633 Connecting(localhost[0/0]) or 127.0.0.1:8000
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T14:11:10.634 Connected(localhost)[0/0]=>127.0.0.1:8000
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T14:11:10.634 Connected(localhost)[0/0] via 127.0.0.1:58576 <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T14:11:10.634 Firing NewConnection
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T14:11:10.634 Back from NewConnection
Port(AGWPE-TELNET ):2019-12-28T14:11:10.648 AGW:Version 2017.105
WinMain:2019-12-28T14:15:20.804 Logging Enabled
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
About the 5th line down, there is the second port which covers my Port-2 in AGWPE, namely the RTL-SDR

thanks for the lesson!

--
KD7YZ Bob EM88LL


Re: How to make a new PORT that listens to a soundcard?

KD7YZ Bob
 

On Mon, Dec 23, 2019 at 04:09 PM, Jack L. Blake Sr (AI4LL) wrote:


Bob,
I have a kenwood D-710 and the data cable. Can you share how you have it
hooked up?
Jack L. Blake
Has any of this answered your question?
If not, and to not bore the group with D710 specific chatter, you can email me directly.

Though you might gather from reading: it may perhaps be the blind leading the blind as I am quite new to the D710/packet/Aprsis/32

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KD7YZ Bob EM88LL