[aprssig] APRN status?

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Thu Mar 25 20:07:55 EDT 2010

I'd never heard of APRN but found the following 2 links active on the web.

http://www.aprs.org/aprn.html and http://www.cave.org/aprs/aprn.html

On a related note, does anyone know if any work was ever done with AVS, 
the APRS Vision System?


I'm considering attempting to build this into my APRSISCE/32 client 
since many of the Windows Mobile platforms have a built-in camera.  What 
would be cooler than snapping a picture and sending it immediately out 
via APRS.  If I do that, I'd also be setting up a web server that 
monitors APRS-IS for such images and immediately posts them for viewing.

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32

Scott Miller wrote:
> Is APRN still around?  Are there any stations monitoring 2 meters for 
> SSTV in Southern California?
> We should have the N1VG-11 balloon payload back next week, and I'm 
> thinking of grafting a camera onto it and setting it up for periodic 
> SSTV transmissions in Robot 36 mode.  It'll only add a few grams of 
> weight - might stress the transmitter PA a bit, but I think it'll be OK.
> If no one's listening, can someone suggest a good Az/El rotor and 
> antenna setup with RS-232 control and a documented interface protocol? 
> Sounds like a good excuse to buy some new toys.
> Scott
> N1VG
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