[aprssig] Object Timestamps and 111111

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Mon Dec 13 16:25:52 CST 2010

> Thank you.  These are the details that need to be 
> on a web page somewhere. 

That element is covered on aprs.org/aprs12.html.  The link is
labeled "permanent objects" because it is the 11111z timestamp
that makes them "permanent"...

> If we really want to see new client software 
> developed, there really needs to be a one-stop 
> definition of EVERYTHING that has evolved to date.

There is.  It is in the 1.01 spec and the aprs.org/aprs11.html
addendum.  The follow-on new ideas and proposals are accumulated
on aprs.org/aprs12.html

> Not a list of "ideas" with no indication of what's 
> really in use and what's just future thoughts and ramblings.

"What's really in use is impossible to track with so many
authors and so many half-started efforts and so many unfinished
applications.  The best capabilities comparison page is at

I'd love to see the VX8R, VX8DR, VX8GR, FTM350 and D72 added.

Bob, Wb4APR

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