[aprssig] KISS example
scott at opentrac.org
Wed Jul 4 10:20:29 CDT 2007
Here you go...
C0 00 82 A0 A4 A6 40 40 E0 9C 62 AC 8E 40 40 6C AE 92 88 8A 40 40 01 03 F0
41 42 43 C0
The payload is 'ABC'. It's just a raw AX.25 packet (with no FLAGs or FCS)
with C0 on either end and a command byte (00). If FEND or FESC had shown up
anywhere in the packet, they'd have been escaped to FESC TFEND or FESC
One of these days I'll have to add a KISS explanation to my packet page. I
know when I first started messing with it I was confused - KISS refers you
back to AX.25, but I don't think it explains which parts are applicable and
which aren't (FCS, bit stuffing, FLAGs, etc.)
From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org [mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]
On Behalf Of Andrew Rich
Sent: Wednesday, July 04, 2007 6:25 AM
Subject: [aprssig] KISS example
I am reading the KISS protocol description but it is not quite sinking in.
Can someone give me an example please of how to send a packet using KISS ?
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