In addition. dixprs is another fine program with a very
small fotoprint and the added functionaliteit to place
your own bulletins etc via a very simple method using
plain text files. Works out of the box on rpi.
the method to put your own bulletins is described in the
groups discussion page
Hope it helps.
--- In Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com,
"marco.kubon" <dl1mx@...> wrote:
> Hi Kristoff,
> You can try aprx which you will find on http://wiki.ham.fi/Aprx.en
> It's running fine on the Raspi.
> 73 de Marco
> --- In Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com,
Kristoff Bonne <kristoff@> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On 15-07-13 23:55, kb9mwr wrote:
> > >
> > > A software approach to DTMF decoding could
be done with a the
> > > multimon-ng software package.
> > >
> > Actually, I have been looking for a quick and
easy way to generate APRS
> > message. I use APRS via the internet to
"broadcast" some information
> > about events in out local radio-club (ON4OS).
> > However, it would be nice (and more "ham" like)
to actually broadcast
> > this via a radio. As I am pretty close to the
local APRS digipeater, I
> > guess all that is needed is a device that
generates a AFSK stream, one
> > of these cheap chinese HTs and a a little bit of
> > I know that using a pi for this is probably
really "overkill" and that
> > this can probably also be done using an arduino
(a nice exercise in DDS
> > :-)) but a unix device would be a nice "quick
hack" to get something in
> > the air.
> > I know there are programs like xastir, aprsd and
othters, but I am
> > looking for something to just generate a APRS
packet and pipe it out to
> > the audio-port.
> > 73
> > kristoff - ON1ARF