Re: [tracker2] RE: OT2 bit-regenerator code?
> hardware going to an OpenSource model is pretty much minimal. However,For some reason that made me think of this...
> the invasion by Argent Data Systems is well on it's way.
> It does look like Bob limits his vision to only concepts that can beRight, that's what gets me. Some of these ugly workarounds (like the
> supported in current hardware, where he should be pushing those
> hardware providers hard to implement new concepts in their newer
> hardware platforms. He has a great deal of impact with the hardware
> developers, and could pressure them into helping advance APRS at a
> much faster pace than we are seeing.
whole WIDE2-1 path) are there because of minor bugs in one device.
Fixing them wouldn't be a big deal, but Kantronics releases firmware
updates at a glacial pace - and charges for them. Though charging for
updates doesn't irk me nearly as much as pulling the KPC-3 upgrades to
drive KPC-3+ sales.
> Once Scott has taken over the APRS world, then we will have the upper hand.Muhahahaha. =]
All I need is another 60 hours in the week! And unlimited funding
probably wouldn't hurt...