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Bug fix in APRSIS32

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  • pa3bnx
    Hello Every Body, Today I did agian some work with APRSIS32 Development version and my SoundDoppler Program. I saw that the bug in CSE/SPD/BRG/NRQ For
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 7, 2013
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      Hello Every Body,

      Today I did agian some work with APRSIS32 Development version
      and my SoundDoppler Program.

      I saw that the bug in CSE/SPD/BRG/NRQ

      For Direction finding the

      BRG and CSE are still not according the APRS101.PDF


      BRG should be Raw bearing from doppler
      and CSE the degrees from the GPS.

      So the drawed line should be CSE+BRG on the map.

      I hope it wil be fixed in near future in APRSIS32.exe
    • Charles Blackburn
      i m gunna get there before lynn does, have you got examples of packets where it s wrong? Not easy to fix where you don t have example data :P charlie
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 7, 2013
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        i'm gunna get there before lynn does, have you got examples of packets
        where it's wrong? Not easy to fix where you don't have example data :P

        charlie
      • pa3bnx
        Hello EveryBody Easy examples PA3BNX APDF01 :;BNX125138*151251/5208.00N/00523.01E 090/011/090/857 %DF090°/7 0.50 Sec. SoundDoppler Gps On /A=000005 This
        Message 3 of 3 , Mar 9, 2013
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          Hello EveryBody

          Easy examples


          PA3BNX>APDF01>:;BNX125138*151251/5208.00N/00523.01E\090/011/090/857 %DF090°/7 0.50 Sec. SoundDoppler Gps On /A=000005

          This should give a 180 degrees arrow
          But it shows a 90 degrees arrow

          Just enter it in Ctrl-P as text and see it

          So CSE + BRG must be added and limited to max 360 degrees

          Acording the APRS101 specs.



          --- In aprsisce@yahoogroups.com, Charles Blackburn <young_gun262001@...> wrote:
          >
          > i'm gunna get there before lynn does, have you got examples of packets
          > where it's wrong? Not easy to fix where you don't have example data :P
          >
          > charlie
          >
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