[aprssig] Delayed packets (yet again)

Wes Johnston, AI4PX wes at kd4rdb.com
Fri Aug 25 14:00:51 CDT 2006

This is the one I've got, and I've had problems programming tiny tracks with

I suspect the problem is that the last packet recieved isn't flushed forward
to the PC.

On 8/25/06, J T <w0jrt at yahoo.com> wrote:
> In one of the many "delayed packet" discussions there was talk about some
> serial-to-USB converters causing issues.  I can't seem to find this
> discussion in the archives.  Does anyone recall the make(s)/model(s) of the
> serial-to-USB converters that are known or suspected of being problematic?
> And perhaps suggest a model that is known to work well?
> I've been communicating with an I-gate owner whose station is injecting
> delayed packets into APRS-IS.  He's too busy to study and fix the problem
> (unfortunately for the rest of us) so I'm trying to help gather some
> information that may make it easier to debug the problem.  He swapped TNCs
> but that didn't fix it.  He mentioned that he uses a serial-to-USB converter
> so hopefully I can talk him into experimenting with a different one or
> coming up with another solution.
> -Jerome, W0JRT
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