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13279Re: [tracker2] Re: Not transmitting while moving

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  • Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr)
    Dec 8, 2011
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      What callsign-ssid do you have configured in APRSIS32?

      Please ensure that the following options are checked:

      Enables / Logging / File Enabled - Puts all trace logs to APRSIS32*.LOG

      Enables / Logging / <YourD72PortName> - This will log all activity on
      the RF port

      Enables / Logging / Packets (especially since you have APRS-IS disabled)

      Enables / Ports / Log All - This will make *.PKT files with all RF
      received packets

      If you let it run this way while doing the tests you can see what the
      D72 is receiving live in Enables / View Logs / <YourD72PortName> and
      even after the test you can examine the *.PKT or APRSIS32*.LOG files to
      see what all was received by the D72 and delivered to APRSIS32.

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

      On 12/8/2011 12:34 AM, francois.rogez wrote:
      > --- In tracker2@yahoogroups.com, James Ewen<ve6srv@...> wrote:
      >> If you could download a copy of APRSISCE/32 and set that up with a
      >> soundcard modem tied into the second radio (or if you have another
      >> APRS rig, tie that into APRSISCE/32), we could get some visibility
      >> into your local network, and you would also be able to see what is
      >> happening as well.
      >> --
      >> James
      >> VE6SRV
      > Ok, I have APRSISCE/32 running on my mac using Parallel and connected to my Kenwood TH-D72. This was easier than I expected.
      > I have turned off APRS-IS to see only RF.
      > Could you elaborate on what data I should be collecting and how to share it?
      > Thanks
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