This ought get you started for setting frequency and tx power:Message 1 of 31 , Nov 9, 2011View SourceThis ought get you started for setting frequency and tx power:
from there I think otwinconfig is used to configure, but hopefully someone
can verify that.
brings up an interesting question though.... can the t2-301 be configured
with just a terminal program and NO added software and without using
windows or not? If not, why not?
On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 2:15 AM, jomacot <jomacot@...> wrote:
> Hi There,
> I have just recieved my T2-301, radio and tracker combined, but there is
> no suport documentation with it at all.
> I have downloaded the FC-301 manual but it only refers to the radio so I'm
> guessing I need the Tracker 2 manuual also for the APRS bit?
> If so I am also guessing I need otwincfg.exe to configure the tracker APRS
> settings but I cannot find FC-301D.exe on the Argent site as refered to in
> the Friendcom manual for setting the radio frequencies.
I always disable SmartBeaconing for testing - it makes things a lot clearer when you re looking at the logs. ScottMessage 31 of 31 , Apr 9, 2012View SourceI always disable SmartBeaconing for testing - it makes things a lot
clearer when you're looking at the logs.
On 4/9/2012 4:52 PM, TomC wrote:
> >> One more thing you could try... you could turn the power on
> >> the D710 down all the way and connect it to the antenna that
> >> is normally connected to the T2-301 and see if can be decoded
> >> by the distant digi.
> > Getting the 710 out of the car will be a real pain but I may
> > give that a try after I confirm that the T2-301 is working
> > correctly as a tracker next week.
> Well, I took the T2-301 out for a drive (after switching to my N4AOF-8
> tracker profile). The battery pack I had running it didn't last very
> long and it didn't make it into KY4KY-3 (the nearest digi) before the
> battery died. It's going to take more troubleshooting, especially since
> while driving I couldn't watch to see when (if!) it transmitted. There
> may be a problem with the gps that is connected to it. I'm going to
> recharge the battery pack and try it briefly tomorrow with a fixed
> location instead of expecting the gps to update its position.
> I did drag the D710A out of the car and set it up in the shack. With the
> D710A connected to my discone at 40' above local ground it makes it into
> KY4KY-3 on high power but not on low or medium power. It won't make it
> at all from the other antenna at about 20', so it does seem that my
> location is the major obstacle to getting a signal out due to the high
> ridgeline to the east of me.
> Now that we finally have another APRS station in the general area
> (K4GDB), I'm hoping that between us we can work out some way to provide
> a path over the (*&^(* ridge.