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[aprssig] D7/D700 Automated email WAS: APRS demo

Steve Noskowicz noskosteve at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 16 02:12:45 UTC 2008



    I just went through this D7/D700 command myself (sending emails through APRSLink).  If you want to automate this, it goes like this.

  With the D7 set up for APRS with the APRS TNC running, send this string into the PC port of the D7 (or D700)

  The message CAT command:
  AMSG 00,TO,Message of 45 characters total[CR]
       OR for email:
  AMSG 00,EMAIL,name at emailaddress.com Message after a space[CR}

   Make the message whatever you want to monitor.  Don't make the message longer than allowed for the D7 - this is 45 characters total including Address.  I haven't investigated any error responses yet.  The D7 probably responds with a ? if length is exceeded.  I do know that if the radio is in the process of transmitting, it responds with a N and the message is not loaded, in case you want to send several messages in a row.

  This CAT command loads the message buffer and initiates sending the message normally.  The D7 does not need to be in Beacon mode for this to send a message, just with the APRS TNC on.

-- 
73, Steve, K9DCI


--- On Mon, 9/15/08, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:

> From: Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu>
> Subject: Re: [aprssig] APRS demo
> To: matt.kc8bew at gmail.com, "'TAPR APRS Mailing List'" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
> Date: Monday, September 15, 2008, 12:29 PM
> > >Then use your D7 HT to send them an email.
> > 
> > What is the format to do this?
> 
> Send an APRS message to "EMAIL" and the first
> "word" of the
> message must be an email address... 
> 
> > I am working on setting up a repeater... 50 
> > miles away from my work.  I would think an 
> > automatically created msg giving the stats 
> > of the machine.  Power outages,
> > battery life, voltage thresholds, whatever.
> 
> Good idea!
> 
> Packet format is :EMAIL....:ADDRESS at XXX.XXX info...
> 
> Where the forst colon signals this as an APRS message, then
> the
> .... Are actually spaces to pad the EMAIL out to the full 9
> byte
> field, then the colon separator and then the actualy email
> address followed by any info...
> 
> Bob, WB4APR
> 
> > 
> > -- 
> > 73,
> > Matt Murphy
> > kc8bew
> > http://kc8bew.net
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