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[aprssig] Any suggestions for an embedded APRS packet encoder?

Rich Mulvey aprs at mulveyfamily.com
Mon Nov 7 18:13:24 UTC 2005

Curt, WE7U wrote:

>On Mon, 7 Nov 2005, Rich Mulvey wrote:
>>  Thanks for the info - I'll check out your stuff.  I've never done
>>anything at all with KISS, but there's no time like the present, for
>>learning.  ;-)
>If your project is open-source I can point you to working KISS code
>you can borrow from, but it's in C.  I just implemented KISS for the
>SmartPalm project (BSD-style license) over the last week using code
>originally written for the Xastir project (GPL license).  KISS
>protocol is relatively easy.  Before anyone gets their undies in a
>bunch I wrote the original GPL'ed code as well, so whether or not to
>dual-license it is entirely up to me.  ;-)

    Curt - sure, I'd love to see it.

    I've had a couple of requests about my weather station.  You can see 
an article that I'm in the process of writing, as well as some pics, at 
http://www.mulveyfamily.com/weather/tini/article/ .

   Please note that the article is *UNFINISHED*.  So if anyone actually 
reads it, take that into consideration.  ;-)   

   For anyone who is looking for a cheap APRS weather station - this 
isn't is.  A TINI + socket board alone will run you about $150.  Then 
you have to buy/build the weather sensors.  But the advantage is that 
it's completely stand-alone, and will happily do all your weather 
uploading to the net, RF, Weather Underground, web pages, etc, using 
less than a watt of electricity.  No PC required.

   The weather software ( "OpenWeather" ) is open source.  The 
almost-latest-and-greatest can be retrieved from 
http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=81616 .  Don't even bother with 
anything other than the CVS version - the released packages are wildly 
out of date.  That's on my to-do list to rectify...

- Rich

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