[aprssig] Time stamps and Mic-E
Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr)
ldeffenb at homeside.to
Mon Oct 16 15:44:36 CDT 2017
I assume we're talking about NR0Q-9 as it was recently active.
With aprs.fi, you don't need to read raw. Just change the drop-down to
Decoded as shown in the following URL:
Now, exactly what page are you polling at aprs.fi to attempt to see
which timestamp change? Exactly what are you considering to be the
"timestamp on my most recent location packet"?
And you might want to clear your activity with Hessu, the owner/operator
of aprs.fi over in his google group.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 10/16/2017 4:20 PM, Matthew Chambers wrote:
> If I’m asking a question that doesn’t belong here, disregard. I did a
> quick (but not horribly thorough Google search) and came up fairly
> empty, mostly hits of sites trying to sell me Mic-E APRS TAPR boards?
> I’m currently using a Tiny Trak 4 TNC set to transmit my location on
> smart beacon using Mic-E compressed format. I have a script that polls
> APRS.FI every 5 minutes and if the timestamp on my most recent
> location packet has changed since the last polling it then checks for
> a change of location and updates my status on a popular micro-blogging
> site. I just drove 160miles over the last 6 hours and expected to see
> several updates but I have not seen one, and my script reports that
> the timestamp on my packets did not change!
> I can’t tell from the raw data on APRS.FI as I can’t read Mic-E
> packets. Am I missing something? And if anyone has a link to the Mic-E
> specs, I’d appreciate a link. I think I might try to change my
> settings on my Tiny Trak 4 to standard uncompressed APRS for the
> return trip and see if anything changes.
> Thanks de NR0Q
> Matthew Chambers, CBT
> Broadcast Engineer / Radio Technician
> SBE Certified Broadcast Technologist
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