If you're giving it GPS data, or otherwise have it configured to
transmit without GPS fix, it will send beacons even when it's in KISS
mode. One way to prevent that is to set the transmit interval to 0. In
the default configuration it shouldn't matter because it won't transmit
without a GPS fix.
On 4/15/2013 3:54 AM, Ronny Julian wrote:
> This paragraph in the Tracker 3 manual concerned me. If I have one
> radio on the air and it is tuned to my local Winlink RMS frequency will
> this device still try to send an APRS packet? How can I turn that off?
> KISS – In KISS mode, a PC or other host device sends and receives raw AX.25
> packets. Keep in mind that even with one or both ports in KISS mode, the
> Tracker3 will continue to perform its other functions, including
> messaging and
> digipeating. The host should use a different callsign/SSID combination
> to avoid