RE: [aprsisce] Re: No RF beacon, just TCP????
Int means internally generated which would be normal for a beacon, if you are a fixed station I would suggest clicking the time only box in the genius setup, you will then beacon at the max time rate, it disables the genius code, which is only useful for mobile operators.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto: email@example.com ] On Behalf Of Jim in Downers Grove
Sent: 09 January 2013 22:59
Subject: [aprsisce] Re: No RF beacon, just TCP????
Another think I've noticed is that all of my beacons have *int* in front of them in the scroller.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jim in Downers Grove " wrote:
>are none since I've switched programs.
> Thanks for the idea....
> When I go to aprs.fi and look at stations that heard me directly, there
>maximum of 10 minutes with time only selected.
> Do I have beaconing configured badly? I have a minimum of 10 seconds and a
>Adam Mahnke wrote:
> --- In email@example.com,
> >displays the FIRST path by which the packet is recieved. Therefore APRSIS32 is transmitting both beacons, and the TCPIP one goes first, and therefore is the only one displayed.
> > it's my undestanding that APRS information displayed on the website
> >beacons, then you should see the RF path by which your reached the internet.
> > if you go to Enables->APRS-IS and uncheck it. send a couple of
> >AEA PK -232MBX and Yaesu FT-895D hooked up and running well. I had fairly good luck running UIVIEW and saw that I had a fair amount of traffic on the aprs.fi web site.
> > reenable APRS-IS and you're back to the TCP settings.
> > Adam
> > KC2ANT
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > From: KC9AOP@
> > Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2013 22:14:45 +0000
> > Subject: [aprsisce] No RF beacon, just TCP????
> > I've been a Ham for over 10 years but am new to APRS.
> > I started running UIVIEW and decided to switch to APRSISCE. I have my
> >transmit enabled, and are set for inbound and outbound traffic. All possible message types are checked. The TNC has a quiet time of zero and the APRS-IS port won't let me set it to zero so I set it at 300.
> > I created a KISS port and an APRS-IS port. They are both enabled,
> >know the radio is transmitting because I see activity in the digi log. My only confusion is that there is no RF beacon so local users can tell I'm available.
> > When I go to aprs.fi I don't see any RF port beacons, only TCP. I
> > I've obviously mal-configured something. Any suggestions?
> > Thanks
> > Jim - KC9AOP
- WOW! I finally got some time to spend with the links you noted below, and found them quite helpful. I have tried to do some of this manually from aprs.fi etc., but the accuracy is limited for the reasons previously noted. When I went to your webpages, there the data was...in nice graphs and tabular formats.
I can hardly wait for the first development release that starts to build "some of this capability directly into APRSISCE/32." I have never seen this type of capability built into a software package, but I must qualify my comment in that I don't use other APRS software anymore.
--- In email@example.com, "Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)" wrote:
> >> That said, you might want to take a look at:
> >> http://tinyurl.com/IGATE-KC9AOP-15 - Table of stations recently heard
> >> and hearing you
> >> and
> >> http://tinyurl.com/bkr27hn - More details about what your IGate is hearing
> >> Note that these graphs are generated from data not taken from the
> >> APRS-IS, but from direct, non-dupe-suppressed feeds of RF packets heard
> >> by APRSISCE/32 instances around the planet. I will eventually build
> >> some of this capability directly into APRSISCE/32.