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[aprssig] KPC-3 Question

Neville A. Cross nacross at gmail.com
Fri Feb 18 17:57:11 UTC 2005


Tyson

I am sure you can do it. You have to make sure that you connect the
GPS on the radio port (second COM port of the KPC3 Plus)  in order to
be able to use it as tracker and keep the serial port free for
connecting a computer using hyperterminal. This means that you
actually attach the GPS and the radio on the same port of the TNC. The
second serial port on the radio port is avaliable on the lastests
version of KPC3Plus, I am not sure on which version they implemented
that. I have done it succesfully some months ago.

Neville
YN1V


On Fri, 18 Feb 2005 09:25:24 -0800 (PST), Tyson S.
<timbercutter at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
>      I have a need to use some out of the ordinary APRS. First of all
> this will NOT be done on 144.390 so don't worry. It is a need for a
> special event off frequency. Is it possible for a new version of KPC-3
> to run as a tracker AND a relay digipeater at the same time? Also,
> would it be possible for the TNC to run as a tracker, RELAY digipeater
> and feed a receive only type of software such as Hyper terminal or
> Dmapper all at the same time? An example of this could be a
> parade/running race situation where a lead van is setup with a tracker,
> but is also receiving the 100 milliwatt or less transmissions from the
> people on foot and retransmitting them with the high power radio in the
> van. I know you can do all this with UIVIEW, but I want to do it
> without using any software. This way when the serial cable is unplugged
> from the TNC it continues to be a tracker/digipeater in the van with no
> software attached. Thanks.
> 
> =====
> Check out my APRS digipeater:
> http://map.findu.com/FIELDR
> 
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