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Re: Freq monitor popup keeps popping up but never gets into the B-VFO

Brad Ko6kL
 

anyone know of a setting or other software i can run on at my home station that can grab the aprs voice repeater beacon packets
and let me press a button to load it into the radio ( a kenwood 2000 )  ???
i think the Kenwood Mobil can do this , seems like it would be handy.

brad ko6kL




Re: Contact author for login and passwords??

vince <vince83687@...>
 

@Michael Heskett WB5QLD

It might be! Maybe I am seeing things again?! LOL
When it comes up again I'll grab a screenshot and post! LOL
TY

73 Vince: ":>) KD7TWW Formerly KJ7EUG
Thank you for your reply...


On Wed, Sep 18, 2019 at 7:22 PM 'Michael Heskett' wb5qld@... [aprsisce] <aprsisce@...> wrote:
 

APRS.FI requires a logon to do some things like look at raw packets. Could that be what Vince, KD7TWW, is seeing?

 

Michael Heskett

WB5QLD

 

From: aprsisce@... <aprsisce@...>
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 7:47 PM
To: vince83687@... [aprsisce] <aprsisce@...>
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Re: Contact author for login and passwords??

 

 

APRSIS32 has no such screen or place to enter.

When does that come up?

 

If you can grab a screen shot, that would help.

 

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO

 

 

On Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 3:12:57 PM EDT, vince83687@... [aprsisce] <aprsisce@...> wrote:

 

 

 

Eric

No, That is okay and entered. It's the login ________  password_________ I am asking for and about. I'll have to dig again and look for it and take a screenshot

Vince KD7TWW 73


Re: Contact author for login and passwords??

vince <vince83687@...>
 

@Robert KB8RCO

When it comes up again I'll def take a screen shot!
73


- In the movie Contact, what was Ellie's callsign?
73 Vince: ":>) KD7TWW Formerly KJ7EUG
Thank you for your reply...


On Wed, Sep 18, 2019 at 6:47 PM Rob Giuliano kb8rco@... [aprsisce] <aprsisce@...> wrote:
 

APRSIS32 has no such screen or place to enter.
When does that come up?

If you can grab a screen shot, that would help.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 3:12:57 PM EDT, vince83687@... [aprsisce] <aprsisce@...> wrote:


 

Eric

No, That is okay and entered. It's the login ________  password_________ I am asking for and about. I'll have to dig again and look for it and take a screenshot
Vince KD7TWW 73


Re: Contact author for login and passwords??

Mike Heskett WB5QLD
 

APRS.FI requires a logon to do some things like look at raw packets. Could that be what Vince, KD7TWW, is seeing?

 

Michael Heskett

WB5QLD

 

From: aprsisce@...
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 7:47 PM
To: vince83687@... [aprsisce] Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Re: Contact author for login and passwords??

 

 

APRSIS32 has no such screen or place to enter.

When does that come up?

 

If you can grab a screen shot, that would help.

 

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO

 

 

On Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 3:12:57 PM EDT, vince83687@... [aprsisce] <aprsisce@...> wrote:

 

 

 

Eric

No, That is okay and entered. It's the login ________  password_________ I am asking for and about. I'll have to dig again and look for it and take a screenshot

Vince KD7TWW 73


Re: Contact author for login and passwords??

Rob Giuliano
 

APRSIS32 has no such screen or place to enter.
When does that come up?

If you can grab a screen shot, that would help.

Robert Giuliano
KB8RCO



On Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 3:12:57 PM EDT, vince83687@... [aprsisce] wrote:


 

Eric

No, That is okay and entered. It's the login ________  password_________ I am asking for and about. I'll have to dig again and look for it and take a screenshot
Vince KD7TWW 73


Re: Contact author for login and passwords??

vince83687@...
 

Eric
No, That is okay and entered. It's the login ________  password_________ I am asking for and about. I'll have to dig again and look for it and take a screenshot
Vince KD7TWW 73


Re: Freq monitor popup keeps popping up

vince83687@...
 

That did it! Thanx loads
Vince 73

> Every so often a request from a Freq monitor pops up and makes a ding sound. How do I stop the behavior?

When the pop-up is showing, uncheck Enables, Frequency Monitor. Or when the pop-up is showing, right-click on its border and un-check "Enabled".


Re: Freq monitor popup keeps popping up

Rick - WA6NDR
 

> Every so often a request from a Freq monitor pops up and makes a ding sound. How do I stop the behavior?

When the pop-up is showing, uncheck Enables, Frequency Monitor. Or when the pop-up is showing, right-click on its border and un-check "Enabled".


Re: Contact author for login and passwords??

Eric Lorenz K9LGE
 

Hi Vince,

What it's probably asking for is your APRS-IS passcode. This is what authenticates you to the IS servers to allow your packets on the internet side. There are directions for each program on how to request a passcode- usually done through email.

Hope this helps!
73, Eric K9LGE

On Tue, Sep 17, 2019, 10:35 PM vince83687@... [aprsisce] <aprsisce@...> wrote:
 

Hello my Name is Vince KD7TWW

Somewhere in the APRS ISCE software, it's asking me to contact someone for a Login and password for added or other features. I come across this every so often when I go into menus in the software. I forgot now where I have seen it?

Could I get further help with this request?

Vince 73 


Freq monitor popup keeps popping up

vince83687@...
 

Hello Group

Every so often a request from a Freq monitor pops up and makes a ding sound. How do I stop the behavior? 

Vince 73


Contact author for login and passwords??

vince83687@...
 

Hello my Name is Vince KD7TWW

Somewhere in the APRS ISCE software, it's asking me to contact someone for a Login and password for added or other features. I come across this every so often when I go into menus in the software. I forgot now where I have seen it?

Could I get further help with this request?

Vince 73 


Re: Redownload APRSISCE

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

And remember to edit the APRSIS32.XML to re-enable development mode and then use About to download the latest version if that's what you're after.

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

On 9/11/2019 5:14 PM, Randy Love rlove31@... [aprsisce] wrote:

On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 5:09 PM Burt Sammis kango03@... [aprsisce] <aprsisce@...> wrote:
 

My computer recently crashed and I lost APRSIS/32.
I have a passcode so all I need is the address to redownload.

Thanks;
Burt
AF5AA 


Re: Redownload APRSISCE

Randy Love
 

On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 5:09 PM Burt Sammis kango03@... [aprsisce] <aprsisce@...> wrote:
 

My computer recently crashed and I lost APRSIS/32.
I have a passcode so all I need is the address to redownload.

Thanks;
Burt
AF5AA 


Redownload APRSISCE

Burt N Sammis
 

My computer recently crashed and I lost APRSIS/32.
I have a passcode so all I need is the address to redownload.

Thanks;
Burt
AF5AA 


Proportional Pathing

Justin Cherington
 

Was proportional pathing ever implemented within APRSIS32?  Seems to be the perfect setup for most mobile hams, especially while off road and whatnot.  It would be even more awesome if one could customize the timing and path.  Example: change the 1min DIRECT beacon to 2 minutes, and exclude the 2-2 beacon altogether or change it to every 60min.  It is built into my FTM 400 but I would rather engage it via this application instead since I have it hooked up to the radio anyway.

Thanks!



Re: APRSISCE/TN-D710 set-up

Lynn Deffenbaugh
 

Just remember, Windows only allows one program at a time to access any given COM port.  But to change the frequency, you'll have to cable to the base unit, not the head, so you'll need two cables and COM ports anyway.

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

On 9/10/2019 7:13 AM, Bob KD7YZ @KD7YZ [aprsisce] wrote:
On 9/9/2019 10:51, ka0azs@... [aprsisce] wrote:
I've been walking a couple of hams through this recently and finally
found time to write up what I have found to work. When I get a chance
I'll add screen shots and post to the files section. Hope this helps:


First, read this page on the APRSIS32 Wiki:
http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/port:kenwood-tm-d710


Computer Set Up:


Check the baud rate of the COM port you will be using in device manager .......
OK Randy, I have dutifully followed the outline u sent ( this one on
this page is the same if anyone else asks).

Now to see if my PSTRotator progream will setr the Rx on the D710GA to
match the Sat Freq.

Not that you covered that. However the "WiKi" article "seems" to say the
D710 can be taken over ... so we'll see.


--
73
Bob KD7YZ
AMSAT LM #901


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Re: APRSISCE/TN-D710 set-up

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 9/9/2019 10:51, ka0azs@... [aprsisce] wrote:
I've been walking a couple of hams through this recently and finally found time to write up what I have found to work. When I get a chance I'll add screen shots and post to the files section. Hope this helps:
First, read this page on the APRSIS32 Wiki: http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/port:kenwood-tm-d710
Computer Set Up:
Check the baud rate of the COM port you will be using in device manager .......
OK Randy, I have dutifully followed the outline u sent ( this one on this page is the same if anyone else asks).

Now to see if my PSTRotator progream will setr the Rx on the D710GA to match the Sat Freq.

Not that you covered that. However the "WiKi" article "seems" to say the D710 can be taken over ... so we'll see.


--
73
Bob KD7YZ
AMSAT LM #901


Re: APRSISCE/TN-D710 set-up

Randy Allen
 

The only issue I see with that cable is that it has a straight data connector rather the 90 degree connector of the Kenwood stock cable (which of course these days usually requires a serial-USB converter). That would not work for me in mobile operations as the space between my control head and dash is too tight (the stock cable just barely fits). It would not be an issue working a portable station out of the vehicle.

That being said, I have this bookmarked for future reference. Thanks.

73

Randy KAØAZS


Re: APRSISCE/TN-D710 set-up

Tyler Griffiths
 


Re: APRSISCE/TN-D710 set-up

Randy Allen
 

I've been walking a couple of hams through this recently and finally found time to write up what I have found to work. When I get a chance I'll add screen shots and post to the files section. Hope this helps:


First, read this page on the APRSIS32 Wiki: http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/port:kenwood-tm-d710


Computer Set Up:


Check the baud rate of the COM port you will be using in device manager


Radio Set Up:


Menu 604: COM Port. Set to ON


Menu 929 (AUX, COM PORT, BAUD RATE) Set it to match the baud rate for the computer COM port


Menu 601: INTERNAL TNC, DATA SPEED. That should be set to 1200 bps for APRS work on VHF.


Set TNC to APRS12 or PACKET12 depending on the APRSIS32 port you will be using (see below)


Radio to computer connection.


Connect the data cable being used (such as the Kenwood PG5g) to the computer and the port on the Control Head, not the body of the radio. The port on the body is only for programming the radio (memories, settings, etc.), Echo Link, and connecting with an HF rig. The TNC resides in the control head and that's what that port is for.


APRSIS32 Setup


For the D710, there are 2 pre-canned ports that can set up: KWD710(APRS) and KWD710(PKT).


KWD710(APRS) maintains the radio's internal APRS and GPS features and passes data to the computer. The radio maintains control of transmissions. See full details at the Wiki page linked above.


KWD710(PKT) turns off the radio's APRS features and give full control of the TNC to the computer. In this mode GPS data from the radio is not available.


You start by creating a port: Configure; Ports, New Port.


Use the Type drop down box to select what type of port you are creating. (I would create one of each to make it easier to switch between the different modes with the D710). Name the port whatever you want to find it quickly later.


Click the Create button, then click on the COMn Serial button on the next pop up screen


Set the Port number and Baud rate in the Port Configuration pop up to match the baud rate of the computer's COM port and the COM port on the radio. ( leave the Parity, Data and Stop bits as default, they are pretty standard these days). Click OK.


Make any changes you want to the Port settings (as described in the D710 Wiki page) and click on Accept. (note: the RF Baud is grayed out and fixed at 1200, it has nothing do with the Com port settings)


You set which port you want to use by going to Enables, Ports and clicking on the desired port, putting a check mark next to it. You disable it by clicking on it again and removing the check mark. Match the radio TNC Mode (PACKET12 or APRS12) to the port you are using.

T

he ports and radio TNC settings are a matched pair.

Use the 710 APRS port when the radio set to APRS12

Use the 710 Packet port when the radio is set to PACKET12


For diagnostic purposes I set the scroller to show RF stations only to ensure that I am not seeing stations coming in from an internet connection: Configure; Scroller; check RF Only.


Having an APRS handheld radio (such as my TH-D74) is handy to ensure everything is working and to troubleshoot, particularly if you are in a location with limited RF APRS activity.


Randy KAØAZS