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[aprssig] Newbie APRS object question

Gregory A. Carter gcarter at openaprs.net
Fri May 22 02:27:15 UTC 2009


If you want to send them on APRS-IS you could always make life easier on you
and use OpenAPRS.  Signup for a free account, verify your FCC licesense with
us by either RF or emailing a scanned copy of your original FCC license and
create your object through us.  You can even set the object to be broadcast
at intervals for up to a year, then you need to recreate it for the next
year.

It's a pretty easy point-and-click process to setup your symbol, location,
title and status...

Getting your local iGate op to send the packet through RF is up to you
though.

Greg

NV6G
OpenAPRS.Net

On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 6:13 PM, Fred Eckert <fredeckert at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ wrote:
>
>  One question that no one has asked yet.  Are you AT the Digi?  Or are you
>> trying to put an object onto APRS-IS (the Internet) and expect that, with
>> the proper path, some IGate or Digi will pick it up and send it out over the
>> "local" RF?  If it's the latter, I'm afraid you're out of luck unless you're
>> close friends with an IGate operator where you'd like the object to be
>> transmitted.
>>
>
> I am not at the digi. I was hoping to do the latter. I can send APRS
> messages from my PC to RF. Why can't I send objects? Do I need some sort of
> authorization to transmit objects to RF from the local IGate operator?
>
> Thanks for the enlightenment.
>
> Fred
>
>
>
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