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Re: I lost ability to have UISS/AGW make D710GA xmit in Packet-Mode --- solved

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 10/8/2019 11:53, KD7YZ Bob wrote:

may have solved it
the cable which came from the Kenwood people had been unplugged .... and
and came back later and once again UISS will not key it.

so I am am again flummoxed.


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Re: I lost ability to have UISS/AGW make D710GA xmit in Packet-Mode --- solved

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 10/8/2019 11:42, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
Well, I "done" it again.
Somehow NOW when I press a Tx button using UISS through Packet Engine Pro, I no longer get the radio to xmit.
may have solved it

the cable which came from the Kenwood people had been unplugged .... and the cable with the RT Systems company, USB-K5G Radio Cable, connected. I swapped them in order to see if it was a cabvle problem


seems the Win10 O/S lost track of who was whom

NOW ai am functioning after some machinations with repositioning the cables to my AMAZON USB(powered) USB expander ...

anyway, all functions as normal now.

I am not clever enough to tell u just "why" it all works now.



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I lost ability to have UISS/AGW make D710GA xmit in Packet-Mode

KD7YZ Bob
 

Well, I "done" it again.

Somehow NOW when I press a Tx button using UISS through Packet Engine Pro, I no longer get the radio to xmit.

Basically, I see two settings External TNC band and Internal TNC band, which confuses me.... though fiddling with them seems to make no difference.

I went about a week and could hit F5, for example, on UISS, and have D710 xmit ...I am using one port ... Tx-1, so have the correct Tx port selected.

Even if u don't use AGW and UISS, what primary settings do u use to make the rig xmit AX25 on either Band A or Band B ?

Personally, I'd been using Band B ... and 144.390 .

I have Com-Port turned on.
(601) Data Band is currently A-Band
(604) is ON
(918) EXT. Data Band = A-Band

If I hit F5 or F6 or F7 on UISS, I see the message appear On both AGW Monitor ALL page as well as on window of UISS .... but rig no xmit ...

but did a few days ago.

Cable is from USB/PC to control head into "COM"

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Re: New D10GA questions

Randy Allen
 

Thanks Roy,

I'll add it to the toolkit.

73

Randy KAØAZS

On 10/4/2019 18:26, NTL via Groups.Io wrote:
Randy,
A really good free software modem and terminal I use for packet 

Roy M1EIV 



On 4 Oct 2019, at 17:55, Randy Allen <ka0azs@...> wrote:

Thanks.

Not something I'm currently interested in doing but it's now in the back of the memory bank in case I ever get to that point. After sending my reply I came up with a couple of my own scenarios where one radio two digital modes might be useful.

"Annnnnd ... even APRSIS32 appears to mention of use AGWPE (PAcket Engine Pro) for making "Ports""

There is a pre-canned script for AGW in the New Ports options in APRSIS32. You select that then put in the proper Comm port info etc. just as when setting up a KISS or D710 port in the program. I know AGWPE has been discussed on the APRSIS32 Yahoo group, so they can help you with that over there.

I'm using a MFJ-1270C for the home station I picked up used almost 20 years ago and it's still going strong. Between that and a couple of KPC-3's I picked up all before software TNCs became an option and a SignaLink USB, I've never felt a need to explore software TNC emulations, so I can't give much help there.

73

Randy KAØAZS

On 10/4/2019 02:19, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
On 10/3/2019 13:53, Randy Allen wrote:

You mean you are using the SignaLink instead of the built in TNC? (if so, Why?)


Someone had emailed me that they thought external decode produced decodes off weaker (Sat's) thna internal ... that was one reason I elected the Packet mode.

And from the PDF you sent, gave me the second reason ... here is a 'snippet':

--------------------------------------------------------------
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  ....
------------------------------------------------------------


Or are you trying to used the internal TNC on one band (Set as the data band in the radio menus) and are trying to use the SignaLink to monitor APRS on the other (non-data in the radio band)?

Well, still being new to this: .. my main goal is to be able to work some grids off a satellite that allows those packets such as ISS does. I have been quite successful with that ISS and some good tracking, off my IC910.

The IC910 method was lacking a lot, mainly utility ...tedious story.

So I saw the D710GA and saw all the APRS and Packet built it.

Then I realised that I need to hit one of a few pre-written lines to send an unproto CQ for example ON these birds allowing such ... then respond to the call who sends me  An answer/QSL .... with yet another pre-canned ( I write) message ACK'ing the QSO

Using UISS and SV2AGW's (purchased)"Packet Engine Pro", I can do that in quite rapid succession ... handy for LEO birds ... the speed of my reply ...

What exactly are you trying to accomplish with "dual decode"?

Well,  that's still my internal-learning/testing-phase

I "think" that some new birds have 440mHz 9600 baud methods. I would "Like" to learn how to just simply decode then to see if the radio can.

If so, I can maybe make use of that mode/method.

I have two tracking setups using SPID rotators. The "auto" select and track what I pre-select (birds) .. I wanted to put them to "fun" use.

And, to add to this incredibly dull response, I use SDR-Console program off either a FCDP+ or one of three RTL's from 3 VAC Lines I created with that program.

Thus they are added into Packet Engine Pro.

So I am seeing 144.390 off the stacked Loops (too) .. they're atop the ridge and see 360 at 40 0r 50 AGL fwiw.

At the end of the programs is my newest fun favorite APRSIS32 ... but try as I may, I have yet to figure out how to make it replace UISS (for auto rapid replies) and AGWPE.

Annnnnd ... even APRSIS32 appears to mention of use AGWPE (PAcket Engine Pro) for making "Ports"

Since this is a huge steep learning curve for me, I foul about excessively ... but thanks to ya'all, I am getting somewhere.



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Re: New D10GA questions

NTL
 

Randy,
A really good free software modem and terminal I use for packet 

Roy M1EIV 



On 4 Oct 2019, at 17:55, Randy Allen <ka0azs@...> wrote:

Thanks.

Not something I'm currently interested in doing but it's now in the back of the memory bank in case I ever get to that point. After sending my reply I came up with a couple of my own scenarios where one radio two digital modes might be useful.

"Annnnnd ... even APRSIS32 appears to mention of use AGWPE (PAcket Engine Pro) for making "Ports""

There is a pre-canned script for AGW in the New Ports options in APRSIS32. You select that then put in the proper Comm port info etc. just as when setting up a KISS or D710 port in the program. I know AGWPE has been discussed on the APRSIS32 Yahoo group, so they can help you with that over there.

I'm using a MFJ-1270C for the home station I picked up used almost 20 years ago and it's still going strong. Between that and a couple of KPC-3's I picked up all before software TNCs became an option and a SignaLink USB, I've never felt a need to explore software TNC emulations, so I can't give much help there.

73

Randy KAØAZS

On 10/4/2019 02:19, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
On 10/3/2019 13:53, Randy Allen wrote:

You mean you are using the SignaLink instead of the built in TNC? (if so, Why?)


Someone had emailed me that they thought external decode produced decodes off weaker (Sat's) thna internal ... that was one reason I elected the Packet mode.

And from the PDF you sent, gave me the second reason ... here is a 'snippet':

--------------------------------------------------------------
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  ....
------------------------------------------------------------


Or are you trying to used the internal TNC on one band (Set as the data band in the radio menus) and are trying to use the SignaLink to monitor APRS on the other (non-data in the radio band)?

Well, still being new to this: .. my main goal is to be able to work some grids off a satellite that allows those packets such as ISS does. I have been quite successful with that ISS and some good tracking, off my IC910.

The IC910 method was lacking a lot, mainly utility ...tedious story.

So I saw the D710GA and saw all the APRS and Packet built it.

Then I realised that I need to hit one of a few pre-written lines to send an unproto CQ for example ON these birds allowing such ... then respond to the call who sends me  An answer/QSL .... with yet another pre-canned ( I write) message ACK'ing the QSO

Using UISS and SV2AGW's (purchased)"Packet Engine Pro", I can do that in quite rapid succession ... handy for LEO birds ... the speed of my reply ...

What exactly are you trying to accomplish with "dual decode"?

Well,  that's still my internal-learning/testing-phase

I "think" that some new birds have 440mHz 9600 baud methods. I would "Like" to learn how to just simply decode then to see if the radio can.

If so, I can maybe make use of that mode/method.

I have two tracking setups using SPID rotators. The "auto" select and track what I pre-select (birds) .. I wanted to put them to "fun" use.

And, to add to this incredibly dull response, I use SDR-Console program off either a FCDP+ or one of three RTL's from 3 VAC Lines I created with that program.

Thus they are added into Packet Engine Pro.

So I am seeing 144.390 off the stacked Loops (too) .. they're atop the ridge and see 360 at 40 0r 50 AGL fwiw.

At the end of the programs is my newest fun favorite APRSIS32 ... but try as I may, I have yet to figure out how to make it replace UISS (for auto rapid replies) and AGWPE.

Annnnnd ... even APRSIS32 appears to mention of use AGWPE (PAcket Engine Pro) for making "Ports"

Since this is a huge steep learning curve for me, I foul about excessively ... but thanks to ya'all, I am getting somewhere.



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Re: New D10GA questions

Randy Allen
 

Thanks.

Not something I'm currently interested in doing but it's now in the back of the memory bank in case I ever get to that point. After sending my reply I came up with a couple of my own scenarios where one radio two digital modes might be useful.

"Annnnnd ... even APRSIS32 appears to mention of use AGWPE (PAcket Engine Pro) for making "Ports""

There is a pre-canned script for AGW in the New Ports options in APRSIS32. You select that then put in the proper Comm port info etc. just as when setting up a KISS or D710 port in the program. I know AGWPE has been discussed on the APRSIS32 Yahoo group, so they can help you with that over there.

I'm using a MFJ-1270C for the home station I picked up used almost 20 years ago and it's still going strong. Between that and a couple of KPC-3's I picked up all before software TNCs became an option and a SignaLink USB, I've never felt a need to explore software TNC emulations, so I can't give much help there.

73

Randy KAØAZS

On 10/4/2019 02:19, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
On 10/3/2019 13:53, Randy Allen wrote:

You mean you are using the SignaLink instead of the built in TNC? (if so, Why?)
Someone had emailed me that they thought external decode produced decodes off weaker (Sat's) thna internal ... that was one reason I elected the Packet mode.

And from the PDF you sent, gave me the second reason ... here is a 'snippet':

--------------------------------------------------------------
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  ....
------------------------------------------------------------


Or are you trying to used the internal TNC on one band (Set as the data band in the radio menus) and are trying to use the SignaLink to monitor APRS on the other (non-data in the radio band)?
Well, still being new to this: .. my main goal is to be able to work some grids off a satellite that allows those packets such as ISS does. I have been quite successful with that ISS and some good tracking, off my IC910.

The IC910 method was lacking a lot, mainly utility ...tedious story.

So I saw the D710GA and saw all the APRS and Packet built it.

Then I realised that I need to hit one of a few pre-written lines to send an unproto CQ for example ON these birds allowing such ... then respond to the call who sends me  An answer/QSL .... with yet another pre-canned ( I write) message ACK'ing the QSO

Using UISS and SV2AGW's (purchased)"Packet Engine Pro", I can do that in quite rapid succession ... handy for LEO birds ... the speed of my reply ...

What exactly are you trying to accomplish with "dual decode"?
Well,  that's still my internal-learning/testing-phase

I "think" that some new birds have 440mHz 9600 baud methods. I would "Like" to learn how to just simply decode then to see if the radio can.

If so, I can maybe make use of that mode/method.

I have two tracking setups using SPID rotators. The "auto" select and track what I pre-select (birds) .. I wanted to put them to "fun" use.

And, to add to this incredibly dull response, I use SDR-Console program off either a FCDP+ or one of three RTL's from 3 VAC Lines I created with that program.

Thus they are added into Packet Engine Pro.

So I am seeing 144.390 off the stacked Loops (too) .. they're atop the ridge and see 360 at 40 0r 50 AGL fwiw.

At the end of the programs is my newest fun favorite APRSIS32 ... but try as I may, I have yet to figure out how to make it replace UISS (for auto rapid replies) and AGWPE.

Annnnnd ... even APRSIS32 appears to mention of use AGWPE (PAcket Engine Pro) for making "Ports"

Since this is a huge steep learning curve for me, I foul about excessively ... but thanks to ya'all, I am getting somewhere.



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Re: New D10GA questions

Randy Allen
 

If I understand your question correctly:

You set which band the TNC routes data through in Menu 930; AUX; INT. DATA BAND (PACKET)

Hope this helps

73

Randy KAØAZS

On 10/3/2019 23:16, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
On 10/3/2019 13:09, Jess Haas wrote:
The internal TNC can decode one channel while an external TNC or computer connected to the data port can decode the other.

-Jess
K5LLI
Wow, Jess. Great !

Which follows: Since I am using "Packet" mode, and the output "seems" to be routed thru Chan B thru the data port to a D710 USB-Codec .... how does one code the D710GA to output Channel (a), the left one. ?

Again guys, thanks for the help!

I am finally getting many passes of Birdmy, PSAT2, USNAP1 and maybe another but forgot.

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Re: New D10GA questions

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 10/3/2019 13:53, Randy Allen wrote:

You mean you are using the SignaLink instead of the built in TNC? (if so, Why?)
Someone had emailed me that they thought external decode produced decodes off weaker (Sat's) thna internal ... that was one reason I elected the Packet mode.

And from the PDF you sent, gave me the second reason ... here is a 'snippet':

--------------------------------------------------------------
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 ....
------------------------------------------------------------


Or are you trying to used the internal TNC on one band (Set as the data band in the radio menus) and are trying to use the SignaLink to monitor APRS on the other (non-data in the radio band)?
Well, still being new to this: .. my main goal is to be able to work some grids off a satellite that allows those packets such as ISS does. I have been quite successful with that ISS and some good tracking, off my IC910.

The IC910 method was lacking a lot, mainly utility ...tedious story.

So I saw the D710GA and saw all the APRS and Packet built it.

Then I realised that I need to hit one of a few pre-written lines to send an unproto CQ for example ON these birds allowing such ... then respond to the call who sends me An answer/QSL .... with yet another pre-canned ( I write) message ACK'ing the QSO

Using UISS and SV2AGW's (purchased)"Packet Engine Pro", I can do that in quite rapid succession ... handy for LEO birds ... the speed of my reply ...

What exactly are you trying to accomplish with "dual decode"?
Well, that's still my internal-learning/testing-phase

I "think" that some new birds have 440mHz 9600 baud methods. I would "Like" to learn how to just simply decode then to see if the radio can.

If so, I can maybe make use of that mode/method.

I have two tracking setups using SPID rotators. The "auto" select and track what I pre-select (birds) .. I wanted to put them to "fun" use.

And, to add to this incredibly dull response, I use SDR-Console program off either a FCDP+ or one of three RTL's from 3 VAC Lines I created with that program.

Thus they are added into Packet Engine Pro.

So I am seeing 144.390 off the stacked Loops (too) .. they're atop the ridge and see 360 at 40 0r 50 AGL fwiw.

At the end of the programs is my newest fun favorite APRSIS32 ... but try as I may, I have yet to figure out how to make it replace UISS (for auto rapid replies) and AGWPE.

Annnnnd ... even APRSIS32 appears to mention of use AGWPE (PAcket Engine Pro) for making "Ports"

Since this is a huge steep learning curve for me, I foul about excessively ... but thanks to ya'all, I am getting somewhere.



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Re: New D10GA questions

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 10/3/2019 14:03, Randy Allen wrote:
By data port, I assume you mean the one on the radio body?
(as opposed to the one on the control head which passes info from the internal TNC)
Yes. The socket is marked Data and is NOT of the Control Head.
That cable, from Tigertronics, mates to the Signalink USB Codec


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Re: New D10GA questions

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 10/3/2019 13:09, Jess Haas wrote:
The internal TNC can decode one channel while an external TNC or computer connected to the data port can decode the other.
-Jess
K5LLI
Wow, Jess. Great !

Which follows: Since I am using "Packet" mode, and the output "seems" to be routed thru Chan B thru the data port to a D710 USB-Codec .... how does one code the D710GA to output Channel (a), the left one. ?

Again guys, thanks for the help!

I am finally getting many passes of Birdmy, PSAT2, USNAP1 and maybe another but forgot.

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Bob KD7YZ
AMSAT LM #901


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Re: New D10GA questions

Randy Allen
 

By data port, I assume you mean the one on the radio body?

(as opposed to the one on the control head which passes info from the internal TNC)

On 10/3/2019 13:09, Jess Haas wrote:
The internal TNC can decode one channel while an external TNC or computer connected to the data port can decode the other.

-Jess
K5LLI

On Thu, Oct 3, 2019, 5:49 AM KD7YZ Bob <kd7yz@...> wrote:
On 9/30/2019 08:11, Chopper wrote:
> Several others have reported issues with findu.  You are visible in the
> APRS system..

sorry late reply.

I am having a lot more luck as my brain learns more of how to use the
nifty rig.

"Perhaps" I could ask this one:

is it possible that BOTH channels A,B can be monitored/decoded at the
same time?

Right now I have a single TigerTronics SignaLInk USB connected to the
Data terminal.

I have the impression I can only  decode one channel however.

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Re: New D10GA questions

Randy Allen
 

I'm confused.

You mean you are using the SignaLink instead of the built in TNC? (if so, Why?)

Or are you trying to used the internal TNC on one band (Set as the data band in the radio menus) and are trying to use the SignaLink to monitor APRS on the other (non-data in the radio band)?

I'm pretty sure the internal TNC will only decode on one band at a time (as designated in the radio menus).  Never tried an external TNC at the same time (or ever with any Kenwood APRS enabled radio).

What exactly are you trying to accomplish with "dual decode"?

73.

Randy KAØAZS

On 10/3/2019 08:49, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
On 9/30/2019 08:11, Chopper wrote:
Several others have reported issues with findu.  You are visible in the APRS system..
sorry late reply.

I am having a lot more luck as my brain learns more of how to use the nifty rig.

"Perhaps" I could ask this one:

is it possible that BOTH channels A,B can be monitored/decoded at the same time?

Right now I have a single TigerTronics SignaLInk USB connected to the Data terminal.

I have the impression I can only  decode one channel however.

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Bob KD7YZ
AMSAT LM #901

Re: New D10GA questions

Jess Haas
 

The internal TNC can decode one channel while an external TNC or computer connected to the data port can decode the other.

-Jess
K5LLI

On Thu, Oct 3, 2019, 5:49 AM KD7YZ Bob <kd7yz@...> wrote:
On 9/30/2019 08:11, Chopper wrote:
> Several others have reported issues with findu.  You are visible in the
> APRS system..

sorry late reply.

I am having a lot more luck as my brain learns more of how to use the
nifty rig.

"Perhaps" I could ask this one:

is it possible that BOTH channels A,B can be monitored/decoded at the
same time?

Right now I have a single TigerTronics SignaLInk USB connected to the
Data terminal.

I have the impression I can only  decode one channel however.

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AMSAT LM #901


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Re: New D10GA questions

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 9/30/2019 08:11, Chopper wrote:
Several others have reported issues with findu.  You are visible in the APRS system..
sorry late reply.

I am having a lot more luck as my brain learns more of how to use the nifty rig.

"Perhaps" I could ask this one:

is it possible that BOTH channels A,B can be monitored/decoded at the same time?

Right now I have a single TigerTronics SignaLInk USB connected to the Data terminal.

I have the impression I can only decode one channel however.

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AMSAT LM #901


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Re: New D10GA questions

Chopper
 

Several others have reported issues with findu.  You are visible in the APRS system..
Mic-E message: Off duty
Location: 38°29.41' N 83°01.06' W - locator EM88LL77VP - show map - static map
11.5 miles North bearing 341° from Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, United States [?]
11.6 miles Southwest bearing 241° from Greenup, Greenup County, Kentucky, United States
31.3 miles West bearing 279° from Huntington, Cabell County, West Virginia, United States
86.2 miles Northeast bearing 53° from Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, United States
Last position: 2019-09-16 07:40:28 EDT (14d 28m ago)
2019-09-16 07:40:28 EDT local time at Grayson, United States [?]
Course:
Speed: 0 MPH
Last telemetry: 2019-09-08 07:56:59 EDT (22d 12m ago) – show telemetry
Battery: 100 Percent, Charging/AC: 48 Charge/On/Off, GPS+Sat: 95 Sats/On/Off, Current: 0 mA, A5: 0 N/A
 A/C     Charging     GPS     B4     B5     B6     B7     B8 
Device: Kenwood: TM-D710 (rig)
Last path: KD7YZ-1>SXRY4Q via WV8AR-10,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1,qAR,KG4DVE-1 (good)
Positions stored: 84
Other SSIDs: KD7YZ KD7YZ-15
APRS igate – Statistics for 2019-09:
Stations heard directly: 2 on radio path – show map
Last heard a station directly: 2019-09-08 07:17:52 EDT (22d 51m ago)
Position packets heard directly: 29 on radio path
Position packets sent to APRS-IS: 29 – show map

Re: New D10GA questions

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 9/9/2019 11:22, Randy Allen wrote:
Bob,
I'm attaching a write up I did based on working with a local ham to get his D710 set up with APRSIS32.  Seems to be a popular topic all of a sudden.

Perfect! Reading it for breakfast. Thanks.

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Re: New D10GA questions

Randy Allen
 

Bob,

I'm attaching a write up I did based on working with a local ham to get his D710 set up with APRSIS32.  Seems to be a popular topic all of a sudden.

Hope this helps

73

Randy KAØAZS

On 9/6/2019 20:09, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
On 9/6/2019 10:09, Randy Allen wrote:
Bob,

As a long time member over there, let me assure you that any questions regarding getting APRSIS32 operational, including radio settings, are not a problem there.
I will therefore switch to that forum. I'll give a try at stating my current initial problem(s) ... which cable to waht and according to whom.

right now, i appears I am short a cable.


73
Bob KD7YZ
AMSAT LM #901


Re: New D10GA questions

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 9/6/2019 10:53, Joseph Pistritto wrote:
you are being heard by APRS system:
https://aprs.fi/#!mt=roadmap&z=11&call=a%2FKD7YZ-1&timerange=3600&tail=3600-
thank you for the link.


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Bob KD7YZ
AMSAT LM #901



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Bob KD7YZ
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Re: New D10GA questions

KD7YZ Bob
 

On 9/6/2019 10:09, Randy Allen wrote:
Bob,
As a long time member over there, let me assure you that any questions regarding getting APRSIS32 operational, including radio settings, are not a problem there.
I will therefore switch to that forum. I'll give a try at stating my current initial problem(s) ... which cable to waht and according to whom.

right now, i appears I am short a cable.


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Bob KD7YZ
AMSAT LM #901



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Bob KD7YZ
TM-D7100GA

Re: New D10GA questions

Randy Allen
 

Bob,

As a long time member over there, let me assure you that any questions regarding getting APRSIS32 operational, including radio settings, are not a problem there.  The worst they are likely to do is to point you at the appropriate wiki article. Pretty friendly and understanding bunch.

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Randy KAØAZS

On 9/6/2019 06:25, KD7YZ Bob wrote:
On 9/5/2019 12:41, Lee Besing wrote:
Bob, there's a dedicated Yahoo group for APRSICE32.
RR. I actually am new to that one and ws afraid to ask a "radio" specific question there.


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Bob KD7YZ
AMSAT LM #901