[aprssig] Is the APRS Spec for APRS Data Type Identifier just randomly ignored? Should it be?
washer at trlp.com
Wed Aug 17 23:50:38 CDT 2005
btw, I guess I should add that I believe that a packet "claiming" to be a Telemetry packet that does not meet the requirements of a telemetry packet is a BAD Telemetry packet, much as a packet that claims to be a posit without the N/S fields is a bad posit.
On Thu, 18 Aug 2005 00:38:54 -0400
Steve Dimse <steve at dimse.com> wrote:
> On Aug 18, 2005, at 12:20 AM, James Washer wrote:
> > What about a packet like "W6BXN-3>APTW01,WIDE,qAo,KF6HJO:TARC WX"
> > Clearly an APRS packet, DTI of a Telemetry packet, but it is
> > obviously not a telemetry packet. Would you not consider this an
> > error?
> The DTI is T, but telemetry packets always start with T#, that is
> what my telemetry parsing code looks for, and packet that starts with
> T# is flagged as telemetry. Even a packet like T#ARC WX won't result
> in an appearance on the error.cgi page though, because the telemetry
> values are not parsed out when the packet comes in, that occurs when
> a request is made to view the telemetry.
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