[aprssig] APRSdroid 1.1 with Messaging and Bluetooth-TNC released
Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr)
ldeffenb at homeside.to
Wed Sep 7 15:32:37 CDT 2011
Are there (cheap) available Bluetooth to serial devices that support
multi-connect? I'd think this could get seriously confusing on a TNC if
there's multiiple transmitters connecting to it, but it'd still be cool.
Of course, you could always let AGW PE handle the TNC via the Bluetooth
COMM port and let it multiplex multiple APRS clients, but then you'd
have to have AGE PE running on Android, right? And APRSDroid would
have to support the AGW TCP/IP interface.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 9/7/2011 4:10 PM, Jason Rausch wrote:
> I am using a Roving Networks BT serial adapter plugged into the back of a TNC-X for my test rig at home. I would be happy to bring that with me to DCC. I just wish it supported multi-connect so more than one person could use the feed at one time.
> I have this running with my HTC Incredible running 2.2, but my Huawei tablet running 2.2 just force closes APRSDroid when I try to run it.
> Jason Rausch - KE4NYV
> RPC Electronics, LLC
> --- On Wed, 9/7/11, Dave<kc6ete at gmail.com> wrote:
>> From: Dave<kc6ete at gmail.com>
>> Subject: Re: [aprssig] APRSdroid 1.1 with Messaging and Bluetooth-TNC released
>> To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List"<aprssig at tapr.org>
>> Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2011, 3:54 PM
>> Could I concievably use a bt dongle
>> on a kpc3?
>> Georg Lukas<georg at op-co.de>
>>> Hi All,
>>> After another long phase of intensive development, I
>> have just released
>>> APRSdroid 1.1 to the Android Market.
>>> APRSdroid is an open-source APRS-IS application for
>> Android devices.
>>> The new version comes with several major improvements
>> compared to the
>>> last 1.0.3 release:
>>> * APRS Messaging (you can send and receive messages,
>> there is
>>> automatic retry support for TX and
>> Android notifications for RX;
>>> the tracking service has to be active
>> all the time)
>>> * preliminary Bluetooth TNC support (I hope that one
>> or the other TNC
>>> manufacturer will provide ready-made
>> solutions soon, so the code can
>>> be tested in depth. Right now I
>> consider it beta quality)
>>> * New option to "Keep screen awake"
>>> * Improved performance: the Hub and Map should perform
>> much better now,
>>> even with very many stored stations.
>>> You can support APRSdroid development by getting the
>> Market version from
>>> You can also just download the binary from http://aprsdroid.org/download/
>>> As always, I am glad to get feedback either on this
>> list or via e-mail.
>>> You can also follow @APRSdroid on twitter for update
>> notifications and
>>> beta version releases.
>>> The APRSdroid home page is at http://aprsdroid.org/m
>>> Of course, you will need an APRS-IS passcode to be able
>> to make full use
>>> of the application.
>>> 73 from Germany
>>> Georg, DO1GL
>>> P.S: It seems, the U2APRS home page is down. Anyone
>> knows what happened
>>> to the project?
>>> P.P.S: With VUF-TRACKER<http://1011.se/aprs/> there is a new
>>> alternative to APRSdroid out there, with an interesting
>> UI approach and
>>> direct aprs.fi integration.
>>> APRSdroid - Open Source APRS Position reporting and
>> Mapping on Android
>>> http://aprsdroid.org/m ++ https://market.android.com/details?id=org.aprsdroid.app
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