[aprssig] PIC processor for APRS info for D-STAR mobiles?
Stephen H. Smith
wa8lmf2 at aol.com
Sun Jul 6 10:35:53 CDT 2008
jason at ke4nyv.com wrote:
> I realize that this thread turned nasty, but there is time to turn it around.
> Based on this VERY simple testing, we wondered if there was a way to send "APRS" packets much in the way that Wes described. Simply send the full string to the serial port of the radio. I guess it would be a non-KISS way of doing it. We could even stick some kind of ASCII flag on each end of the "frame". From our testing, we knew that the data sent in was displayed on the other end. The drawback here is the need for external hardware to do this. So, for starters, we would have to look at doing this with external computers to run a true "APRS"-like protocol.
Is there any kind of error detection/correction at all? Or would the
eternal application/devices have to provide some sort of
checksum/ACK/NAK process? What happens if the path between the two
radios is less than "full-smash" hard-quieted?
Stephen H. Smith wa8lmf (at) aol.com
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