... different icon. Yes, see http://aprs.org/aprs11.html and look in the symbols section. ... That info is also there. Bob, Wb4APRMessage 1 of 43 , Oct 1View Source
> Interesting.. so has this concept been defined before?different icon.
> ie. a symbol with an overlay could end up being displayed as a totally
Yes, see http://aprs.org/aprs11.html and look in the symbols section.
> I think this is a pretty interesting idea. Backward compatibilityThat info is also there.
> would be maintained, where the older clients would just show
> the overlay, but supporting clients would display the new icon.
> How many new icons have been added in the last ten years?
... FWIW I m using UISS to do my sat gating which is designed for the job. It requires that you use AGWPE and that you remember to put the TNC into PacketMessage 43 of 43 , Oct 2View SourceAt 12:43 PM 2013-10-02, kb2m@... wrote:
Ok. And there is my answer. To function as a SATGATE the way I want I will just run in receive-only mode. I knew I was missing something. Now I will try to get the D710 working the same. Thanks for the help Lynn...
FWIW I'm using UISS to do my sat gating which is designed for the job. It requires that you use AGWPE and that you remember to put the TNC into Packet mode. I sent the UISS author the requested $$$s to get the extra features which were needed.
Off topic to this mailing list but I'd be interested if anyone has done some reasonably objective tests comparing the D710 to other TNCs such as the KPC3+ in a tough environment like satellite work.