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23636Re: [aprsisce] Using APRSISCE Laptop Mobile

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  • Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
    Aug 17, 2013
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      I checked and the $PKWDPOS is handled by APRSISCE/32.  However, there's two other settings to check.

      1) Make sure you do NOT have an NMEA port configured.  Blank out the comm port if you have something set there.  If this is configured, then port pass-through sources of location are ignored.

      2) Make sure you have Enables / GPS checked.  If this is turned off, APRSISCE/32 will ignore all sources of location and ME won't move.

      Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

      On 8/17/2013 3:46 PM, Tim Gennett wrote:
      It's a KNWD710(APRS) port, not a KNWD710(Pkt) port.

      I just tried again with 3 changes: the SSID in APRSISCE/32 was set to K9WX  instead of K9WX-9, I left the APRSIS port enabled and I "set" the location of K9WX in APRSISCE/32 by dragging and zooming to my correct location and then transmitting my location once from APRSISCE/32 via the APRSIS port.  I had not done that earlier (this was a new install of APRSISCE/32 on this laptop).

      Just took a test drive and this time my mobile ID of K9WX-9 was correctly mapped within APRSISCE/32 whenever the 710 heard itself be digipeated.  About half way through the drive I disabled the APRSIS port and K9WX-9 was still being mapped in APRSISCE/32 each time the 710 heard itself be digipeated.  I had, of course, lost my internet connection as soon as I pulled out of the driveway.  But it appears that having the APRSIS port active was not the change that made the difference.

      However, APRSISCE/32 still does not track with me as I drive.  I was able to set APRSISCE/32 to track K9WX-9 and that worked.  But, with this setup, it does not appear that APRSISCE/32 is accessing the GPS position data that is coming out of the 710, only the APRS reports.

      Tim K9WX


      On Sat, Aug 17, 2013 at 3:17 PM, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr) <kj4erj@...> wrote:
       
      On 8/17/2013 1:59 PM, Tim Gennett wrote:
      See answers below


      On Sat, Aug 17, 2013 at 12:31 PM, Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr) <kj4erj@...> wrote:
       
      Yes, port type was a KNWD710, selected using that option in the Configure-Port-New Port dialog.  Boxes checked were Enabled and GPS/NMEA. 

      Kwd710(APRS) or Kwd710(Pkt)?   There's two D710 options.  If you open Configure / Ports / <YourPortName> the port type should be in the title bar.


       
      APRS-IS was disabled.  The only port that was enabled was the KNWD710 APRS port.  I am being digipeated (I see a "My Position" report on the 710's screen).  This is an RF only operation as the laptop does not have any internet access once I leave the house. Here is what the 710 is putting out through it's COM port when I first turn it on with the car in the garage:

      KWXIMON  was 0
      cmd:$PKWDPOS,174759,A,4026.6735,N,08701.6548,W,0.14,182,170813,203.1*21
      UNPROTO  was APK102
      cmd:cmd:$PKWDPOS,174801,A,4026.6735,N,08701.6548,W,0.14,179,170813,203.2*24
      K9WX-9>T0RV6W,K9WX-1,WIDE1*,WIDE2-1:`sY]l!n>/]"6,}443.500MHzwww.k9wx.net=
      $PKWDPOS,174803,A,4026.6735,N,08701.6549,W,0.09,149,170813,203.1*2B
      $PKWDPOS,174805,A,4026.6736,N,08701.6549,W,0.08,135,170813,203.1*24

      I see location data from the GPS unit and I see my mobile signal, K9WX-9, being digipeated by my base station, K9WX-1.  But K9WX-9 does not show on the map in APRSISCE/32.  And, when I move, APRSISCE/32 does not track with my location but remains centered where I first centered the cross hairs, which happened to be my QTH. 

      I'll have to remind myself if $PKWDPOS is processed or not.  That K9WX-9 might have been ignored because it matches APRSISCE/32's callsign, but I'm not even sure of that any more.  But those logs are EXACTLY what I needed to see.  Thanks!


      Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32



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