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wa7msn@gmail.com
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8:56 AM

Re: Passcode for APRSISCE/32 (passcode sent off list)

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Thank you Robert, Lynn told me the same thing earlier today, and that makes sense now. ... Thank you Robert, Lynn told me the same thing earlier today, and
Tom Kay
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Sep 20

GPS/Glonass strings

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“I do not have an easy way to test this change in NMEA parsing, so if anyone that is currently parsing an NMEA GPS feed can verify that the $GPxxx support
Fred Hillhouse
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Sep 20

APRSIS32 with kenwood TM-D700 tcp/ip

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And as long as the station nor the track has aged out.  You can always click on the station and use the Track / Clear Track & Paths option to clear a
Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
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Sep 20

Different Size Circles around Transmitting Stations

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FYI, Full size circles are approximate RF range between fixed sites with no fading and not being in a null. As soon as a station is moving, or not adjusted to
Robert Bruninga
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Sep 18

Age-out setting?

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APRSISCE/32 will fade out the station symbol between MinAge and MaxAge at which point it is deleted. The fade is sometimes hard to notice, but it is there. You
Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
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Sep 17

Hurricane Irma

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Nice pastoral scene now, though.  May you all stay safe as it all blows and rains over. Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
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Sep 10

Start up after power failure

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Just a thought...  The configuration file for the program is written when you close the program.  Until then, it's not really configured yet.  If you set
Greg D
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Sep 2

passcode

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Sometimes passcodes are requested on the group rather than the proper method. If we miss it, it goes out public. To avoid this the requester should follow the
Fred Hillhouse
26
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Sep 2

APRS digi not relaying my beacon

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Hi Lynn, thanks for the reply. My setup here is the latest version of APRSis32, and two instances of UZ7HO SoundModem.  One is for 10.1467 MHz HF APRS and
Jeff KP3FT
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Sep 2

TNC connection to Network Switch?

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We have several of those in use around here. As long as it's not a high-RF environment ( like a MAJOR radio site atop a mountain ), a regular Cat5 cable should
Randy Love
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Sep 1

Soundmodem linux for Raspberry pi

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On Aug 24, 2017 2:45 PM, "Greg D ko6th.greg@gmail.com [aprsisce]" < aprsisce@yahoogroups.com> wrote: Hi Rob, Yeah, Java certainly is not among my preferred
Lee D Bengston
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Aug 26

Unable to See Postings on APRSICSE 32 Using Win 10 and KAM XL

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Also, never use the KISS port type except for Kenwood APRS radio TNCs (except for the D74).  Use Simply(KISS) as the port type for any TNC that you have
Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
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Aug 25

Static Nautical Charts

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Glad you like them! I am not a boater either so the tiles are an option to feed my map/chart interest. If I was a boater, I believe regulations require a
Fred Hillhouse
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Aug 16

Status - [Special]

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... maybe never use packet for emergency messages especially if a station beacons emergencies. It may sound convenient but that is what voice is for. Of course
Michael Wright
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Aug 13
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