[aprssig] Sierra wireless 881 pc card gps
k4gpsc at gmail.com
Thu Jul 16 08:02:44 CDT 2009
You need a comm manager that will allow a comport to be a virtual com port.
May be using the wrong terms but you would tell APRS to use comm 4 let's say
if that is open then this program you set up will be told that com 23 is a
virtual port and to "patch" it over to COM 4 as if it were a real port.
I have used these lon in the past and think one is MixW Serial Port Bridge.
Also DeLorme had one I believed on their web site so you could set up their
USB GPS units to feed several virtual ports and feed several programs with
the same GPS data.
From: Floyd Rodgers [mailto:kc5qbc at swbell.net]
Sent: Thursday, July 16, 2009 12:11 AM
To: aprssig at tapr.org
Subject: [aprssig] Sierra wireless 881 pc card gps
A few days ago I asked if this card worked with APRS. It does have a gps
inside and I can see the nema data on com23. I have yet to figure out
how to get aprs to look at the com port. When I tell it 23 at 4800b, the
the program dies.
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