[aprssig] Delorme Street Atlas USA with
mckeehan at mckeehan.homeip.net
Thu Sep 9 11:08:24 CDT 2004
I have taken some time to play with this idea and have had some successful
I wrote some Perl script which reads a stream of APRS data from one of the
TIER2 servers and waits for a GPS packet from a particular callsign - when it
finds it, it strips everthing except the NMEA sentence from the packet and
sends the NMEA sentence to a connected TCP/IP port.
I have Delorme running connected to COM6:. COM6: is redirected to the TCP/IP
port with the perl server by using a demo copy of "Serial/IP Redirector" by
Basically, what this gives me is the ability to monitor a remote GPS unit
using DeLorme or other software that reads NMEA data from a serial port.
I would like to find an open source replacement for the Serial/IP Redirector
piece to run under Windows. Anyone have any suggestions?
> On Sun, 22 Aug 2004, William McKeehan wrote:
>> Would it be possible to take the output from an APRS-IS stream, filtered to
>> single station, transform the information that flows out into a NMEA stream
>> that could then be redirected to Delorme (via something like Lantronix
>> Redirector) to allow the real-time trackig of a single station on Delorme
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