Happy New Year 2013
Okay I wil check the DF opacity in the XML file too first
The two bearing lines are light yellow in my screen and I can see them well if I vanish the map with arrow keys.
Yes with APRSIS I meant ofcource APRSIS32.exe
The way I did implement status messages
like between <<>>
But I see you use !<>! shrieks
But I think thats not a major obstruction.
For the Doppler I want to send message
to set the frequency of the other doppler(s)
That means APRSIS maybe must get in the future
a cat control driver for many trancievers ?
It must be able to set the frequency
and set the mode to fm I think.
But this is future thinking.
If many APRS people are going to hunt with the
SoundDoppler hardware it would be very nice.
And I want in every DF report the frequency if possible.
(That is optional and does not requiere APRS protocoll changes)
But for now I have to find out how to
communicate through TCPIP to APRSIS32.exe
from my SoundDoppler.exe software.
I have not done this before so I must read in MSDM I think.
I have been testing with the control-P text input
It looks all works okay.
from my packet.txt file.
Yes also nice if MyMapping could have input from a TCPIP
I have to find out how to do that.
Tnx's all fer good advice so far.
--- In email@example.com, James Ewen <ve6srv@...> wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 11:20 AM, pa3bnx <pa3bnx@...> wrote:
> > The status messages are usefull for other vieuwers
> > hunters so they know if the other doppler is running.
> > And know the frequency on witch it is listning
> Are you creating separate status messages with the associated object
> name, or are you talking about comments in the DF report?
> > I can use the frequency status message in MyMapping
> > to set the frequency of the FT817 connected
> > So it listens on the frequency I want to monitor.
> This is an excellent additional application.
> > But maybe thats not an option we want in APRSIS
> > Because how many Cat control routines
> > should be build in APRSIS.
> What is APRSIS?
> APRS-IS is the APRS Internet Stream, the backhaul datastream on the internet.
> APRSISCE/32 is the program that Lynn has written.
> People like to use the term APRSIS, but it is very ambiguous as there
> is nothing that uses that name.
> Lynn has a bi-directional port available in his program that can
> communicate to attached programs. If you write the SoundDoppler
> program to send packets to that port, APRSISCE/32 can make use of the
> information provided, and send that information to RF and the APRS-IS
> for others to observe. You should also be able to write a program that
> listens on that port for incoming packets, and use that data for your
> own uses.
> Currently your SoundDoppler program sends proprietary information to
> MyMapping for local display. If you adjust the output of SoundDoppler
> to use the APRS DF report format and send it via a TCP/IP port, then
> you can send that data directly to any other APRS application, whether
> that is on the internet, RF, or an application on the local machine.
> If you modify MyMapping to accept the APRS DF report format from a
> TCP/IP port, then you can accept DF reports from the internet, RF, or
> an application on the local machine.
> > Okay about opacity adjust of map to see less clear
> > lines on screen.
> Which opacity are you talking about? The actual map opacity, or the
> opacity of the DF sectors? Map opacity can be adjusted using the left
> and right arrows. DF sector opacity has to be adjusted by editing the
> XML file.
> > I made in MyMapping a list of status messages.
> > But I Think it's maybe not very intresting for the majority
> > of APRSIS vieuwers.
> You won't know unless you let people know about it. The APRS
> specification is pretty strict, but there's a lot of things that you
> can do within the specification that were not thought of by Bob, and
> still be specification compliant.