APRS IS32

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APRS IS32

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Post by hmfigueroa » Sat Jul 07, 2012 1:58 pm

A very promising and easy to use APRS Client is in development It is by far the easiest to implement and has a lot of flexibility.

Check it out at

http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/start
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SIMPLE to USE
Get online just Call sign and password required.
APRS-IS Internet Connectivity selectable when required.
Center on Station
Tracking of moving station on map.
Station display
Choose different views of stations and objects.
Metric/Imperial
Configure for your local arrangements
Tracking
Path of Travel can be shown on the map.
Telemetry
Access to telemetry data
Messaging
Very flexible easy to use Chat system.
Announcements
Flexible monitor of ANSRVR System
Bulletins
Simple to use local info broadcast system.
Open Source Maps
Free configurable detailed fully scalable map source
Map Preload/Caching
Maps can be stored for use when not online.
AGWPE
Use AGWPE port for flexible connection to TNC's.
External TNC
Can use many different types of TNC's
NMEA GPS
Can use separate GPS and integrated data stream.
APRS Radio
Can utilize APRS aware radios.
Integrated Logging
Logging of many features available if required.
Genius Beaconing
Predictive beaconing with error indication. IGate
Configurable Igate for massages, objects.
Digipeater
Flexible Digi setup to meet local needs
Update
Integrated updates with Internet access.
WHO-IS
Click to find call details when online.
NWS
Mapping of Wx warning areas, US and Oz.
QRU
Set up local objects that can be remotely queried.
GeoNames.org
Access to geocoded addresses
Multiline Objects
Send and display complex objects to other stations.
Altitude and Range
Monitor for balloons and aircraft with RF Range Circle.
PHG Circles Indication of approximate coverage areas.
Dead-Reckoning Prediction of current location of moving stations.
GeoCaching.com Load geocaches on your map.
Weather Current observations are available
Modern Connectivity
Use with USB, Bluetooth and TCPIP connectivity.
Map Transparency
Adjustable map intensity display for high object contrast.

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Re: APRS IS32

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Post by unwiredadventures » Sun Jul 08, 2012 5:16 pm

hmfigueroa wrote:A very promising and easy to use APRS Client is in development It is by far the easiest to implement and has a lot of flexibility.
Very nice. I need to try that.
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Post by cruiserlarry » Sun Jul 08, 2012 7:21 pm

I uploaded the program, but I might need a course on understanding how to configure and implement it :shock:

Looks promising. How do you load maps for it ?
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Post by hmfigueroa » Mon Jul 09, 2012 12:29 pm

I wrote a long answer and it was lost I will try again later. :evil:

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Post by DaveK » Mon Jul 09, 2012 1:33 pm

Hector:

What advantages does this offer over UI View or AGW?
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APRS IS32

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Post by hmfigueroa » Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:17 am

Dave it offers options and current development.

Not every solution works for everyone. Map integration is probably the number one asset. It is automatic with current source mapping. A second asset is one file installation. Super simple to install.

More will follow

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APRS IS32

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Post by hmfigueroa » Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:33 am

Larry,

Once you do the single file installation and are connected to the Internet, enter your call sign. This will be in a popup configuration window. There will also be a place to type in your APRS Internet service password (from uiview, agwtracker etc.) although it is not needed for monitoring or RF based use.
It would be used to enable two way communication via the Internet.

Once you have completed at least your call sign entry and closed the box. You will be presented with the map view screen. If you are connected to the internet you can zoom in and maps will begin to download.

Zoom in to your area of interest with a fairly tight view. Then click transmit this will set your location and aprsis filters to begin the data stream for aprsis data to populate your screen with data.

You can then create ports for either agwpe, TNC, or Kenwood, Yaesu, data protocols for radio frequency usage.

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Post by OLLIE » Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:56 pm

I'll have to check this out. :D Looks promising. Have you tried it mobile Hector?
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