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[aprssig] Alinco or ??? + DSC/AIS questions

Joe Della Barba joe at dellabarba.com
Thu Nov 10 00:59:36 UTC 2005


By 'connected mode", do you mean connected to a computer or do you mean 
two packet stations in connected mode on the air?
If you mean the latter, does that mean the DR135TP will work fine as a 
tracker or with APRS+SA or other APRS software?
BTW, has anyone ever tried exporting DSC or AIS data to APRS as objects?

Thanks,
73 de N3HGB



Drew Baxter wrote:

> I second this.. I have the DR135TP for the IGate and for APRS it does 
> the job fine and can even act as a standalone tracker without 
> additional hardware.  It can't do KISS mode and it's not useful for 
> connected packet, but for a cheap radio for APRS it definitely does well.
>
> I have the D700 in the truck.  The D700's revision of the TASCO TNC 
> chip seems to be a little better (I think KISS actually works on it 
> properly), but it isn't useful for connected mode either.
>
> I'd love to see a TNC that supports KISS as a replacement part for the 
> TNC that's in the DR-135.  In the meantime though I can't complain in 
> the least, it's provided reliable service.
>
> --Droo, K1XVM
>
> At 07:22 PM 11/9/2005, Robert Bruninga wrote:
>
>> Such rumors without qualifications are missleading.
>> The radio and TNC are perfect for APRS which they
>> were designed for.  Its what I use in the shack.
>>
>> The TNC should not be expected to do CONNECTED
>> packet or anything other than APRS very well, since
>> it can only do one packet at a time. (such as APRS).
>>
>> Just clarifying..
>
>
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