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[aprssig] Voice Repeater Frequency Objects

Joseph M. Durnal joseph.durnal at gmail.com
Mon Sep 15 19:09:34 UTC 2008


A frequency object packet should look like this:
;FFF.FFxyz*111111zDDMM.hhN/DDDMM.hhWrTnnn RXXm NETxxxxxx MTGxxxxx

For example
;147.105+D*111111z3853.76N/07639.30WrT107 R30m Net 7PM Tu AARC

The Tnnn should follow the object's symbol, but in the object given,
/A=002165 follows the object's symbol.

;145.470- *111659z4658.87N/12308.42WrT100 R95m Net Su8PM  ALT=2165f

I suppose Kenwood's software could be rewritten to find the Tnnn
anywhere within the packet, but then again, what about Net T730p?

73 de Joseph Durnal NE3R

On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 2:50 PM, Jason KG4WSV <kg4wsv at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 1:42 PM, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
>
>> I hope XASTIR will correct this in future releases if this is
>> indeed how it works.?
>
> The packet in question was in all that text you quoted, so let's take a look:
>
>>> However, I found that when I entered altitude in xastir the
>> object was
>>> sent as:
>>> ;145.470- *111659z4658.87N/12308.42Wr/A=002165T100 R95m Net Su8PM
>
>
> It appears to me that xastir is behaving correctly, and that the D710
> auto-tune function is choking on an object with an altitude in the
> correct place.
>
> -Jason
> kg4wsv
>
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