[aprssig] Hello from Bart ZL4FOX and SARTrack

Joe Della Barba joe at dellabarba.com
Sun Oct 13 18:50:24 CDT 2013


Interesting to see you using the HX370s radio. I have one and use it on ham
and marine freqs, but never tried feeding a tracker through it.


Joe Della Barba
joe at dellabarba.com
N3HGB
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From: aprssig-bounces at tapr.org [mailto:aprssig-bounces at tapr.org] On Behalf
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Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2013 12:52 PM
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Subject: [aprssig] Hello from Bart ZL4FOX and SARTrack

Hi All,

My name is Bart Kindt, ZL4FOX/PA2FOX and I just got onto this list.

I am the developer of the SARTrack APRS and Search and Rescue program,
http://www.sartrack.co.nz/

The FREE Windows software, under _heavy_ development, is a combination of a
'standard' APRS program (in "HAM Mode") but with loads of extra features
when used in "SAR Mode".

Even in HAM mode the program can do extra stuff, like Tactical callsigns,
multi-colour Tracks for both Stations and Objects, and much more.
You can now also decode various Satellite Trackers and the USA 'Storm
Spotter' network and (if allowed) forward these on to an APRS server as
Objects. In SAR mode it can also decode the commercial Kenwood Fleetsync
radios.
Many different maps available, with live Weather overlays, and more.

Basically, to much to tell.

If you have not already tried it, give it a go. Its free :)

Greetings,

Bart Kindt
CEO and developer
SARTrack Limited (New Zealand)






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