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[aprssig] APRS propagation monitor

John Gorkos jgorkos at gmail.com
Fri Jun 1 21:16:40 UTC 2012


I would just open a port to APRS-IS and suck down a few hundred packets.
 There are about 40-50 per second, so it shouldn't take long.

telnet rotate.aprs.net 10152
after the connect banner, send
user w0ep-x pass 24962 vers test 1.0 filter t/poimqstunw
you'll start getting a stream of data to use to test with.


On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 4:45 PM, Chris Howard w0ep <w0ep at w0ep.us> wrote:

>
> Thanks!  That is exactly what I was needing.
>
> I've been also looking for an ax25 example
> using perl but have not found anything.
> It appears that maybe the perl Socket packages
> are deficient in this area!
>
> So I will fall back to using the serial method.
>
> Do you have any suggestions on how to fake some
> APRS traffic during my development for debugging purposes?
> There seems to be very little here except for early
> in the AM and during actual openings.
>
>
>
>
>
>
> On 6/1/2012 8:46 AM, John Gorkos wrote:
>
>> If you want to DIY, and you're comfortable with perl, I'd look at using
>> Ham::APRS::FAP along with Device::Serialport and something like
>> GIS::Distance::Lite or GIS::Distance::Formula::**Haversine.  Wire them
>> all
>> up and you'll get a running display of distance and direction for each
>> parsed position packet.
>>
>
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