[aprssig] does anyone have the APRS spec 1.1 or 1.2 as a single PDF
bruninga at usna.edu
Fri Jul 30 10:17:33 CDT 2010
> I hate to point this out, but that is not a specification.
> That is word salad. You have page number references to a
> document which we can not find.
> For Example:
Ahhh... Thanks... I do believe that when I wrote the APRS11 over
6 years ago, that I accidentally used the PDF draft version of
the original spec, instead of the final version. SO I agree,
there may be some page number problems. Someday I hope to go
fix those when I find time. So your comments are valid.
If you do happen to find wrong page numbers and do happen to
find the right ones, I'd be more than happy to update my
references to match... I always enjoy getting useful feedback
that I can use to keep my pages correct.
> On your aprs11 webpage you state:
> "Object Clarifications"
> "Polygon and Line OBJECTS (new for page 31) "
> When I pull up the OLD spec page 31, it is actually talking
> about DF reports, not polygons. Furthermore, it doesn't tell
> me what you clarified, or what was wrong with the old wording.
> You have references to page numbers on the aprs11 & aprs12
> pages, but IT IS MEANINGLESS if I do not have the ACTUAL
> DOCUMENT it refers to.
> And before you respond, my question is NOT about objects or
> DF reports, it was actually concerning something else. Just
> providing an example.
> "Robert Bruninga" <bruninga at usna.edu>
> Sent by: aprssig-bounces at tapr.org
> 07/29/2010 05:14 PM
> Please respond to
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> Re: [aprssig] does anyone have the APRS spec 1.1 or 1.2 as a
> single PDF
> > The "official" APRS spec (Ver 1.01) PDF has NOT been
> > updated in over a decade! The only newer content
> > is in various "supplements" and "addendums"
> > scattered around the Internet.
> This is missinformation.
> The updates are in www.aprs.org/aprs11.html
> And in the www.aprs.org/aprs12.html
> Go to the source. APRS.org
> Bob, WB4APR
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