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[aprssig] re-emerging of: What is the Ultimate APRS digipeater?

Andre aprs at pe1rdw.demon.nl
Tue Jan 10 21:21:10 UTC 2012


As long as you install the libs and tools needed to compile or can 
crosscompile for ARM it will run digi_ned just fine, just need to add 
usb to serial converters.

73 Andre PE1RDW
Op 10-1-2012 22:03, Eric Hansen schreef:
> http://www.raspberrypi.org/ $25 ARM computer, GPIO, fully flash 
> storage, 500mA power draw. Runs embedded linux, but 
> could conceivably run any desired OS.  Seems like it would be ideal.
>
> On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 3:40 PM, Andre <aprs at pe1rdw.demon.nl 
> <mailto:aprs at pe1rdw.demon.nl>> wrote:
>
>     Just noticed a slightly older topic on multi input aprs digipeater
>     on aprs.org <http://aprs.org>, not sure if it was at the top of
>     the front page longer but did notice one thing:
>     Bob writes that a TNC like that (with 2 1k2 inputs 1 9k6 input and
>     1k2 and 9k6 outputs) does not exist yet, however it does, just not
>     off the shelf, just hook up as many kiss tncs as needed including
>     on inputs of repeaters to an embedded platform like mini
>     industrial pc or car pc and run digi_ned on that, you can route
>     trafic as needed and as a bonus also show what port the original
>     packet is comming from.
>     another bonus is that you can bridge several of these digipeaters
>     together trough internet (ax/aprs-udp) for exsample to suport
>     events crossing several aloha circles.
>
>     yes I know these embeded pcs use more power then a single stand
>     alone TNC but the flexabilety needed for this idea is to date only
>     avialable (and already done at several locations) this way.
>
>     73 Andre PE1RDW
>
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