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[aprssig] New Version 0.45 of UZ7HO "Soundmodem" Soundcard TNC Released

Charles Bland root at blandranch.net
Tue Oct 30 16:22:17 UTC 2012


I have done the same thing, writing a program that uses the AGW TCP/IP
interface. It is easy and gives me the ability to have multiple computers
use one RF package.

It was my understanding from the published protocol spec that it is OK to
interface to AGWPE in this way. Did I read this wrong?

OR - is your concern that UZ7HO has written a soundcard engine and that
provides the same TCP/IP interface as AGWPE?

Some clarification of your concern would be helpful.

Chuck - NA6BR

On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 8:45 AM, Scott Miller <scott at opentrac.org> wrote:

> George,
>
> I'm adding Ethernet and TCP/IP support to my next generation tracker/TNC.
>  Supporting AGWPE's TCP protocol seems like a straightforward way to allow
> compatibility with existing programs, so they can use a network-connected
> TNC.  It never occurred to me that this might be seen as an intellectual
> property issue, particularly if the individual authors have implemented the
> interface themselves.  I also don't see it as competing with AGWPE / PEPro.
>
> If this is really going to be a problem, though, maybe it's time to start
> working on an open protocol specification for remote TNC access.
>
> Scott
> N1VG
>
> On 10/30/2012 8:26 AM, (SV2AGW)George Rossopoulos wrote:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> The protocol is published to help others communicate with AGWPE not to
>> emulate AGWPE!!!
>>
>> It’s really very disappointing to see your program be hacked.
>>
>> Thank you for the support!
>>
>> 73
>>
>> (SV2AGW) George Rossopoulos
>>
>> httP://www.sv2agw.com <http://www.sv2agw.com/>
>>
>> http://www.agwtracker.com <http://www.agwtracker.com/>
>>
>> http://www.facebook.com/agwpe
>>
>>
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