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Fri Jan 23 10:13:19 CST 2015
On Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 8:31 AM, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
> And we have had that in the wings since 2001. And it is called APRStt.
Is this actually in use anywhere?
I could maybe see a use case 14 years ago, when the cool kids could
type text messages on a numeric keypad. that skill is gone, since all
the phones have full QWERTY keyboards now.
Sticking a fixed message in a DTMF memory sounds suspiciously like a
TX-only device, which you would normally denounce as a "dumb
I don't disagree that people _could_ use APRStt. I just don't think
they _will_. open trackers are cheap; IMO if you won't lay down $30
for a tracker, you won't bother learning how to use APRStt.
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