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John Galvin jrgalvin2 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 1 21:23:11 UTC 2010


I use UI-View with PM maps on my Acer netbook and a TNC-X with a IC-2100 
to run APRS in the field. I use the USB on the TNC-X.

73, John

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On 6/1/2010 12:28, Tim N9PUZ wrote:
> When you have a group of well meaning Hams there are technical 
> problems and people problems. In my part of the world the people 
> problems are toughest. Hams, often for good reasons, are often really 
> reluctant to spend much, if any money. The bottom line is with some 
> cajoling you might be able to get a new volunteer to to buy an 
> inexpensive KISS mode TNC to use with a radio they already have but 
> the majority won't jump in head first with a special radio/display.
>
> I'd ideally like something that will use a notebook/netbook with a 
> KISS mode TNC and an external radio. It sounds like the APRSISCE that 
> Lynn mentioned may be a contender.
>
> Tim, N9PUZ
>
>
>> You could try APRS Messenger. It will work with a TNC or Kenwood /
>> Alinco radio in terminal mode (not KISS) and doesn't use too much
>> processing power. It also has APRS over PSK-63 for HF use. The APRS
>> messaging is to the current APRS spec.
>>
>> The web page is:
>> http://www.crosscountrywireless.net/aprs_messenger.htm
>>
>> 73,
>>
>> Chris, G4HYG
>
>
> On 6/1/2010 11:27 AM, Jim WU3V wrote:
>> My Yaesu VX8R does that although it is difficult to use small
>> keyboard
>
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