[aprssig] Argent arduino shield

Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Wed Jul 12 11:34:40 CDT 2017


The RS2 is basically an OpenTracker USB in shield form.  It can't 
receive 300 baud, but it will send it.  It can be configured to take GPS 
data over either serial port - the one connected to the shield, or the 
one on the 6-pin wafer connector.

Scott
N1VG

On 7/2/2017 2:44 PM, Andrew Rich wrote:
> I have an argent arduino shield
>
> I had a mate travelling around Australia
>
> I did not think the argent aruino shield could do 300 baud
>
> After Scott mentioned the other day , I plugged into the USB on the shield and found it was like a tnc
>
> And it could do 300 baud
>
> It was just an extra few commands were added on the arduino side
>
> So now can I ask the question please
>
> Can my two argent arduino shields
>
> Be used
>
> 1. As a tnc for an ISS igate
> 2. Can it do kiss ? For TCP/IP over radio
> 3. Can it take a gps ?
>
> I guess my question and if Scott is listening
>
> Can you draw me up a page of the argent arduino data shield with what is capable on the arduino side and the USB side please
>
> I can parse gps and send it via the arduino side.
>
> We have a 10 ghz day coming up
>
> Maybe I can send packet over 10 ghz ?
>
> Sent from my iPhone
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