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The symptom you are describing happens when you don't unzip the
program into a newly created directory, but try to run it directly
from a .ZIP viewer.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE
for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 7/25/2021 10:25 PM, AE7G wrote:
I have had this problem in the past but was
always able to get through it. This time it doesn’t seem to
be going away.
I am trying to install APRSIS32 in another
I am getting the single bar across the
screen that keeps blinking but doesn’t go anywhere. I am not
able to open the initial screen.
What am I doing wrong?
Menu 500 was the key. GPS output has to
be ON. That did it
I have been trying to get the GPS
function to work for months.
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Date: 7/24/21 9:35 AM (GMT-06:00)
Subject: Re: [APRSISCE] GPS Enabled
don't have either, but a friend has the "nonG"
through the manual for the G model, I see there are
different indicators, depending on which GPS is in
GPS => external connected tothe 2.5 mm jack.
500 still offers GPS OUTPUT (GPS data output to
PC) Default OFF
501 SENTENCES with the most common 4 as default
moving up to Menu 6xx
604 Another ON/OFF toggle, but for APRS.
I wonder if you have need to turn this OFF to allow
raw GPS to the PC.
Some systems allow APRS as WAYPOINTS only and won't
send raw GPS strings when requesting APRS output.
I can't say fro this Kenwood.
didn't see anything that indicated you couldn't
output the internal GPS data
Burt indicates that he is using a "G" model 710
with the *internal* GPS.
The reason I point this out is that I have a 710
and was considering upgrading to the 710G at one
point, but I thought I read somewhere that with
the "G" model you cannot have the internal GPS
data pass through to the serial port, and that
pass through only works for an externally
connected GPS unit on the "G" model.
Can anyone confirm whether this is true or not?