[aprssig] APRS protocol

Steve Dimse steve at dimse.com
Sat Mar 28 17:52:18 EDT 2009

It is not a legal packet. The the first character after the (first) :  
is the data type identifier. The space is not a defined packet type,  
therefore it is not a legal APRS packet. Looks like aprs-go has a  

Steve K4HG

On Mar 28, 2009, at 5:33 PM, rfinesmith at aol.com wrote:

> I am not familiar with the ": <>" portion of the below packet.  When  
> the packet is transmitted by the originating station, it is not in  
> the packet, but gets added by one of the digipeaters.  I know this,  
> because I wrote the program that generated the packet.  Is it part  
> of the APRS protocol?  If it is, where can I find the most up to  
> date version of the protocol?
> EC1CS-9>APZRAF,EA1A-3*,WIDE2-1,qAR,EA1RCT-3: <>:=4231.11N/ 
> 00752.81W>aprs-go beta tester
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> Rob, AA3NJ
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