[aprssig] ARISS igated location anomaly/discrepancy

John Fickes kc0bmf at gmail.com
Sun Jul 12 14:56:47 EDT 2015

Good afternoon

  After a few days and passes of satellite NO-84 and the ISS I have had no
reports of bad packets being gated so I'll have to assume the problem has
been resolved. But if I can ask for continued observations in the future as
UISS has come out with a new version and I will be downloading it in the
near future and I will probably try Satgate version 2.0 again. So I would
appreciate a heads up if anyone should see any problems in the future.

                                73 John   W0JW

On Wed, Jul 8, 2015 at 9:04 PM, John Fickes <kc0bmf at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello to the group
>  My name is John and my call is W0JW. As Alan has said, I have received no
> response yet from my post to the UISS group, as to the problem with my
> gated packets. So, I would like to try and run a few different setups and
> see if there is any improvements. The setup I was running when the problem
> was reported to me was UISS,UZ7HO and Satgate version 2.0 (which I just
> started using not long ago). I have reverted back to Satgate version 1.3. I
> will try running this setup on a couple of passes of NO-84 satellite this
> evening (7/9/15 utc I've never payed attention do you guys use utc or
> local?)) and I would like reports as to whether this helps or not. This
> will actually be the same setup that I have used for quite some time so it
> will be interesting if the problem continues.
>                       Keepin my fingers crossed
>                             John  W0JW    73
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> On Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 5:52 AM, Alan via aprssig <aprssig at tapr.org> wrote:
>> I just saw W0JW's post for help on the UISS mailing list, so he is
>> actively working to resolve the problem.  He hasn't gotten a reply yet, but
>> at least it is out there.
>> <to KISS mode on the TNC if the software can handle it).
>> I have used UISS lightly, nonIgate, with software TNCs which use KISS
>> with no problem.
>> 73s,
>> Alan
>> <-----Original Message-----
>> <From: aprssig [mailto:aprssig-bounces at tapr.org] On Behalf Of Pete
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>> <Subject: Re: [aprssig] ARISS igated location anomaly/discrepancy
>> <
>> <Thanks!
>> <
>> <I have reached out to W0JW directly and hopefully he will be able to
>> resolve the issue without too
>> <much pain (turn off Mic-E translation, again, and handle packets
>> transparently, probably by switching
>> <to KISS mode on the TNC if the software can handle it).  Good things to
>> remember for anyone running
>> <any type of IGate.
>> <
>> <73,
>> <
>> <Pete Loveall AE5PL
>> <pete at ae5pl dot net
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