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[aprssig] OpenTracker telemetry support released

Andrew Rich vk4tec at tech-software.net
Mon Sep 19 05:45:40 UTC 2005


awesome how do i get one ?



> Telemetry support on the OpenTracker has been merged into the 
standard
> firmware release.  If you enable telemetry output, you'll get an 
APRS format
> telemetry report with:
> 
> Temperature (+/- 2C, from onboard sensor)
> Supply voltage (accurate to about 0.1V)
> External analog input
> Digital counter (continuous count or reset after transmit)
> HDOP reading reported by GPS
> Jumper / digital input state
> Config profile in use
> 
> At Bob's suggestion it now reports a proper sequence number.  The
> temperature and voltage sensors can be removed if you want to use 
those
> inputs for something else.  This release also allows you to 
configure the
> tracker to transmit if it loses GPS lock - it'll add a NOFIX flag in 
the
> comment to let you know the position might not be valid.  This 
should be
> particularly useful for balloon users that might lose the GPS on 
landing, or
> have it freeze up in flight.
> 
> I may have asked before, but are there any decent online telemetry 
viewers?
> Aprsworld works fine but just gives a raw table output.  FindU does 
graphs
> but (as far as I can tell) without any legend, and that doesn't seem 
to be
> working at the moment.  I've got a proof-of-concept graphical 
dashboard up
> and running (http://www.argentdata.com/dashboard.php?call=n1vg-6) 
but it's
> obviously lacking a lot and it's dependent on the aprsworld 
database, which
> can be a little slow to respond over the network.  I intend to have 
a local
> database running before releasing a finished version - even if the 
network
> lag problem is fixed, I'd rather not add any more load than 
necessary to
> Jim's server.
> 
> Speaking of APRS telemetry, what's the status of the APRS MIM?  I 
was trying
> to update my tracker comparison page and I couldn't find a price.  
The web
> page is still there, but with no mention of how to buy one, or even 
if
> they're being sold anymore.
> 
> See you at DCC...
> 
> Scott, N1VG
> http://n1vg.net/opentracker
> 
> 
> 
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