[aprssig] OpenAPRS WEB page
Gregory A. Carter
gcarter at openaprs.net
Wed Aug 20 15:20:31 EDT 2008
No need to look far for the contact info.. drop me an email for any bugs or
comments on OpenAPRS..
The 0.0 position was an ambiguity bugs, I corrected it and future packets
should display in the correct positions. I'll monitor the position reports
for LD1FA for a bit to verify the bugfix...
I don't see any documentation that indicates there is supposed to be a fifth
optional digit for hops as part of the PHG spec, I poked around in 1.0 and
1.1 to try and find it. The closest I came was in the proposed 1.2 spec
with PHGR. Can you site your source documentation that explains there is
supposed to be an optional fifth digit?
On Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 11:38 AM, Jan T. Pharo <la2bba at jpharo.net> wrote:
> "Robert Bruninga" <bruninga at usna.edu>, Wed, 20 Aug 2008 09:49:04 -0400
> >See www.oaprs.net and enter a callsign (no SSID and you get them
> If I look myself up, I see that the nearest city is Skjeberg.
> Skjeberg is a small township, but the nearest city is in fact
> Strömstad, Sweden, then Fredrikstad, Norway.
> Even other distances are from tiny places, but not from any of the
> cities in the area.
> Our digi LD1FA is shown where it belongs on oaprs.net. Objects (local
> repeaters) however, are placed in the middle of blue squares, probably
> illustrating the ocean.
> There is no webmaster address, so I cannot report errors that way.
> But, true enough, the display illustrating a Kenwood D7* is a fine
> On the page www.openaprs.net I see errors.
> LD1FA, which is sending packets like this one:
> >> 20:11:49R LD1FA>APNU19,WIDE2-2 Port=1 <UI C Len=47>:
> >> !5914.5 NS01057. E#PHG54404 FRSTAD W3 NO TRACE
> is shown at openaprs.net with position 0,0
> On oaprs.net it's shown where it should be.
> 73 de Jan, LA2BBA
> Hvaler, Norway
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