[aprssig] next beta build #61 of YAAC ("Yet Another APRS Client")
Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr)
ldeffenb at homeside.to
Thu Apr 30 09:14:59 CDT 2015
From http://bit.ly/1bYo9lj first hit:
> If you have the VS-3 chip in your 0700 radio, it will spell the call
> sign of the sending
> station on all messages sent to you. It will do this for all messages
> sent to your call sign,
> regardless of SSID. This is especially useful when you are in your
> car. That way, you
> get allerted to messages sent to your home station even if you are
> mobile. In addition to
> this, if a message starts with a percent sign ‘%‘, it will spell the
> entire message. For
> example, if I send a message to Bob, WB4APR, the message would be:
> WU2Z>APRS::WB4APR %ICU2
> The D700 radio would then say:
> ‘W’ ‘U’ ‘2’ ‘ZED’ I SEE YOU TOO
> In addition to the alphabet and numbers, it has some extra words.
> These words can be
> accessed by putting their codes in square brackets. For example:
> WU2Z>APRS::WB4APR :%ICU[6b]2
> Will say:
> “I SEE YOU ON TWO METER”
And it goes on to provide the word table.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 4/30/2015 9:23 AM, Robert Bruninga wrote:
> What is the APRS message Code for “SPEAK THIS”. I remember back in
> 1998 or so, I used that to cause the Kenwood Radios (with voice chip)
> to speak APRS messages. But I went looking for something that
> documented this feature and could not find it!
> I thought it was simply a backslash (\) that caused all after (or was
> it all between) to be spoken?
> Our next APRS satellite can speak, and so we want it to be able to
> speak APRS messages.
> *From:*aprssig-bounces at tapr.org <mailto:aprssig-bounces at tapr.org>
> [mailto:aprssig-bounces at tapr.org <mailto:aprssig-bounces at tapr.org>]
> *On Behalf Of *Andrew P.
> *Sent:* Thursday, April 30, 2015 9:01 AM
> *To:* aprssig at tapr.org <mailto:aprssig at tapr.org>
> *Subject:* [aprssig] next beta build #61 of YAAC ("Yet Another APRS
> Greetings, all.
> The next beta build of YAAC has been released, automatically
> upgradeable the usual way or downloadable from the usual sources:
> The changes to YAAC itself are fairly minor (a few bugfixes), but the
> important change is support for the first draft of the new
> soundsplugin, which allows YAAC to use your sound card to audibly
> report various events occurring in the APRS network, such as:
> * new stations and objects being heard
> * stations reporting emergency and priority conditions
> * locally-controlled objects being taken over by other stations
> Events can be reported as simple beeps, user-chosen sound files (WAV,
> etc.), or synthesized spoken speech (using the "espeak" speech
> synthesizer or other compatible applications).
> The soundsplugin is available for download from the same places as
> YAAC itself can be downloaded.
> Andrew Pavlin, KA2DDO
> author of YAAC
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> aprssig at tapr.org
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