[aprssig] TO-CALL for aprx software ?
Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr)
ldeffenb at homeside.to
Thu Oct 15 14:43:03 EDT 2009
While you're at it Bob, please include my APRSISCE for Windows Mobile as
APWMnn. And also, if I could have APWWnn for an upcoming Win32 version
of the same thing. I checked the "recent" To-Calls captured from my
North American APRS-IS database and they've not been used at all (except
for APRSISCE users) in the past two weeks.
Just FYI, APRXnn IS showing up with 44, 45, 46, 73, 75, and 76 all being
used in the past two weeks. I don't know if this was Matti's software,
but the numbers sure don't seem like they would be. For Matti, the
current assignments are at http://www.aprs.org/aprs11/tocalls.txt
APRXnn is currently assigned to APRSmax which is apparently still
active, at least in North America.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ
PS. I posted a .CSV file of the past two week's instance counts at:
Matti Aarnio wrote:
> Hello BoB, et.al.
> I have been working on extended version of my quite successful
> Rx-IGate software.
> With "Extended" I mean following:
> - Can do Rx-IGate
> - Can do Tx-IGate
> - Can do bi-directional IGate
> - Can do digipeater
> - Can do any combination of them
> - Can handle multiple radios (multiple frequencies
> as well as multiple radios on single frequency.)
> I am herewith taking up TO-CALL APRXxx for this software.
> Any objections ? Could BoB register it?
> "The Aprx igate/digi http://ham.zmailer.org/oh2mqk/aprx/"
> For the curious, the digipeater with Tx-IGate can be configured
> on aprx 2.x with something like the file at URL:
> Only version 1.x is available for general use at the moment.
> One should not that it is not embeddable on surplus TNC2 clone.
> A TNC2 clone with decent SMACK rom would be usable with this,
> but it is not enough alone, however modern PC is smaller than
> either radio or TNC -- following wiki text is in local encryption,
> but you can understand the pictures:
> And following is what area it is able to serve:
> Distance circles are in 10 km steps, and it does include data points
> on the Gulf of Finland, as a few boats have APRS location beacons too.
> Same system got 70cm radio on weekend, and there service area is about
> 15-20 km in radius. Experimenting continues...
> 73 de Matti, OH2MQK
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