1591Re: [aprsisce] Kenwood D710 Development Release
- May 29, 2010Not yet. The 700 handles things completely differently than the 710,
I'm told. I know the commands in the default UI-View configuration
files are very different. If you have one, you could try setting up a
710 port and compare the <OpenCmd> and <CloseCmd> entries to whatever
UI-View file supports the 700. I'll be building those commands into the
program at some point in the future, so if you have one, watch this
space for an opportunity to try it out.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ
Bradley Haney wrote:
> Will this work on the. 700?
> Sent from my BlackBerry®
> *From: * "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@...>
> *Date: *Sat, 29 May 2010 23:10:27 -0400
> *To: *<firstname.lastname@example.org>
> *Subject: *[aprsisce] Kenwood D710 Development Release
> I just released a new Development version that supposedly supports
> Kenwood D710s differently than I had before. To anyone that wants to
> give it a shakedown, please disable any existing RF Port and create a
> new one. There are two types to choose from:
> This will run the D710 in packet mode disabling all of the APRS features
> of the device. It's actually much better to run it in KISS mode from a
> throughput and overhead standpoint, but at least in this mode, if you
> have a GPS connected to the D710, APRSISCE/32 will pick up its current
> position via that connection even if you have no other GPS connected to
> the client.
> Credit to Kai Gunter LA3QMA for recommending this mode. This allows the
> D710 to remain in APRS mode retaining all of the display features while
> still passing received APRS packets via the control head's serial port
> to APRSISCE/32. Again, if you have a GPS connected to the D710,
> APRSISCE/32 will pick up a current position from that connection.
> Full transmit functionality is available in APRSISCE/32 in both D710
> modes. Messages, beacons, telemetry, IGate status can all be
> transmitted out the RF channel. APRSISCE/32 will act as a bi-direction
> IGate as well if you have APRS-IS enabled and connected.
> It is most reliable if the D710's TNC is completely turned off when you
> enable either of these two modes. Appropriate initialization commands
> will be sent to the TNC to establish the mode such that APRSISCE/32 can
> communicate with it. When the RFPort is disabled or the client is
> exited, the TNC is closed and returned to an inactive state. You can
> always mess with the <OpenCmd> and <CloseCmd> tags to change this
> behavior if you want to experiment.
> Let me know if any of you give these new modes a try. I'm anxious to
> see if it works for you as it seems to work for me. BTW, hopefully I'll
> be mobile tomorrow and the next day as KJ4ERJ-12 communicating through
> Steve Hansen (KB1TCE)'s D710 that he graciously loaned me a few weeks
> ago and has allowed me to keep far longer than I had hoped to need it.
> If the next two days go well, the unit will be returned to him on
> Tuesday, so get your bug reports in to me quickly!
> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
> PS. KJ4ERJ-12 runs on my AT&T Tilt cellphone and is talking to the D710
> TNC via a Bluetooth to serial link. Wireless from the radio to the
> phone and cellular data connection to APRS-IS from there!
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