[aprssig] Messages to QRZ
Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
KJ4ERJ at arrl.net
Sun Jul 26 05:03:08 EDT 2020
Well, the best way to let them know is to look at aprs.fi for messages
to/from QRZ. Then check the raw packets and you'll find that KJ4ERJ-15
is the source of them. Wait, that's ME!
KJ4ERJ-15 only keeps track of stations for 2 hours of in activity. And
you have to query for a full station-SSID, not just the callsign
(unless, of course, that's what the station is running under).
In your case, KC3NLS has not been heard from for 84 DAYS. And KC3NLS-9
has been inactive for over 5 hours as I write this. Even your NE3R-8
has been inactive for 13+ hours, so that didn't work for me either.
However, a query for KJ4ERJ-12 gave me an answer, so the QRZ service is
> 04:56:13< KJ4ERJ-12 8ft SSW Time 0:00:00 (0/1800) APRSISMO de KJ4ERJ Phone
> 04:56:14< Sent KJ4ERJ-12 (14m50s) TCP APRSISMO (01)
But it doesn't return information about the CALL like QRZ.com, but about
the CALLSIGN-SSID station as it was last heard (within 2 hours) on APRS-IS.
For CALLSIGN information, you may be thinking of WHO-IS (or WHO-15 for
> 05:02:30> NE3R
> 05:02:32< E/Joseph M Durnal/MD/United States
> 05:02:35> f NE3R
> 05:02:37< NE3R:Joseph M Durnal/E
> < NE3R:6723 Killdeer Ct
> < NE3R:Frederick MD United States
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 7/25/2020 11:49 PM, Joseph M. Durnal wrote:
> We used to be able to send a callsign to QRZ and get back a response
> with some of the call information. It still responds but doesn't seem
> to work, just says "No matches found for <call>"
> I'm sure someone set up the address at some point, any idea how I
> could let them know that something doesn't seem to be working right?
> Thanks & 73 de Joe NE3R
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