[aprssig] Delayed packets (yet again)

Bruce W. Martin, KQ4TV aprs at almostanywhere.com
Fri Aug 25 17:18:36 CDT 2006

While USB-Serial may be an issue, I have seen the issue with an Igate  
using a regular hardware (no usb) serial port.
I recently watched a balloon flight via RF and saw the delayed packet  
phenomenon over RF with no internet connection.
I think the problem may be digi related but I can't prove that.
I am waiting for Scott to release the OT2 so I can put one in one of  
the suspect digi sites and see if there is any difference.

Bruce, KQ4TV

On Aug 25, 2006, at 3:25 PM, Ben Jackson wrote:

> On Fri, Aug 25, 2006 at 01:15:24PM -0700, Stephen H. Smith wrote:
>> The Prolific chip is used in many USB-Serial converters and is built
>> into some USB-interfaced GPS devices.
>> I have found that this version of the driver seems to be much less
>> problematic on many other devices also based on the Prolific chip.
> You can also download a driver direct from Prolific, for both XP  
> and OSX
> (possibly also Linux, but I didn't look).  I would expect that to  
> be the
> most up-to-date driver.  Something to keep in mind if the Siig one  
> doesn't
> do the trick.
> -- 
> Ben Jackson AD7GD
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