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  • On Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 4:34 AM, 'Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)' kj4erj@^$1 [aprsisce] wrote: > > > > Yes, unfortunately it is down along with my ISS and PSAT objects and my tile server for APRSISMO. I'm out of town (returning tonight) and my server seems to have an undocumented "presence" sensor in that it always seems to crash when I'm not there to fix it. Any thoughts for setting up...
    Bill Vodall Aug 5
  • > Anyone have a line on a (cheap) remotely accessible (possibly phone line) method of triggering a system reboot? Can't use IP because that's normally what goes out first. It can be done with APRS. :)
    Bill Vodall Aug 4
  • I've forwarded your note to the Northwest APRS discussion list.. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/nwaprs > I was able to get my APRS to work in MT but not able to connect to the > Missoula MT local Rpt 146.93 with a PL tone OF 100.0 Hz. is this rpt is > working. ging to be here for 3 weeks. need info
    Bill Vodall Jun 23
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  • On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 5:20 AM, kc6vvt@^$1 [aprsisce] wrote: > > > Again, not having a way to connect to your TNC in a terminal mode (exit KISS > mode) while in the program to allow and operator to refine parameters and > settings in the TNC, like the internal clock,and then easily return to the > APRSIS32 program, i > Bob WB4APR has had this exit and re-enter feature for a long...
    Bill Vodall Feb 25
  • > I already have the D72 plugged into the USB port on my tablet. I have great expectations for the AP510.. Will be testing the bluetooth link today from the WinTablet... The tools are getting better and cheaper... Bill
    Bill Vodall Feb 18
  • Hi Bob, Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. Yes - the OT3 is a good unit. I'm learning more about it all the time and it has some great future potential. Bill (If that's the old unit I think it is - it's PTT is reverse so it takes a transistor to make it go with a standard TNC.) On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 8:55 PM, Bob Fagan aboguss@^$1 [aprsisce] < aprsisce@^$2 > wrote: Thanks James...
    Bill Vodall Feb 6
  • > > I use Airmail to initialize my KPC 3 but Airmail supports PK 232 and PK 900 TNC’s. Not sure if PK 12 is equal to PK 232. Beyond that, I have not found a program to get it out of KISS mode without a hard reset just as you explained. pause --- alt-192 alt-255 alt-192 --- pause It always seems that the ALT key I try first is the wrong one and I have to try again with the other...
    Bill Vodall Feb 5
  • > I know this is a little off topic, but we have several Kenwood D700 > series radios in town, with 9600 baud TNCs. I want to experiment with > transferring data files via packet. What software is available for this? While the D700 TNC does have some serious limitations for 'data' it can be done. Use a Linux server and AX25 tools or JNOS if you want Internet style TCP/IP protocol...
    Bill Vodall Dec 2, 2014
  • > From the whatever happened to files... > APRS-Alert > > > > > > > APRS-Alert > Welcome to APRS-Alert. APRS-Alert is a notification system that ties the RF > world of APRS to real-time notification via SMS messaging and email. > View on www.aprs-alert.net > Preview by Yahoo > > The email / SMS trigger system was already developed and worked... Also - Mister House... http...
    Bill Vodall Nov 6, 2014
  • > > http://www.rigexpert.com/index?s=wti1 > > How would you plan on using this device with APRSISCE/32? Doesn't APRSISCE connect to MIXW/AGWPE/LSDPED/DireWolf/UZ7HO? I hope so - as that's (IM!HO) the future of packet radio.... Better packet decoding and higher speeds all for the cost of a few more CPU cycles. Bill, WA7NWP
    Bill Vodall Sep 2, 2014