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Ok. Tried that and got it to work. Thanks

The file you downloaded should have been a .ZIP file. If you double-click that .ZIP, Windows will show you the APRSIS32.EXE inside the .ZIP, but double-clicking that WILL NOT WORK! It will exhibit exactly the behavior that you describe.

You need to create a new folder and UNZIP the downloaded file into that folder then double-click the APRSIS32.EXE inside that folder.

If you don't know how to do that, find a higher-level Windows user and let them read this message. They'll know how to do it to get you up and running.

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

Yes connected to web.it downloaded and windows showed as application and click and it would bring up the window to type in your callsign and passcode etc. Did that ad hit ok and just get a blinking loading bar.

Does your tablet have Internet access while you are doing this installation?

And did you create a new folder and unzip the download into that new folder before running it? You cannot just double-click the download or double-click the .EXE inside. You MUST unzip it it into a non-protected directory and execute (double-click) the .EXE from there.

Downloaded aprsis32 on my tablet that runs win 10 and put in my call and passcode and hit ok. But all I get is a flashing bar across the screen

Windows tablet with win 10 by Ryan RunyonRyan Runyon, 02 Dec 2018 21:25

Nothing was done in the development version that should have broken that feature. Unfortunately, I don't own a D710 to test it personally. Can you e-mail your configuration file to KJ4ERJ at arrl.net and I'll see if anything jumps out at me. I'll also see about hooking up my D700 with a GPS and see if it still passes through GPS data correctly in the latest development version. Might be early next week before I get to this, though.

Also, can you post this question to the APRSISCE Yahoo group? There may be those in the group that are actually using passthrough GPS data from a D710 that may have some suggestions.

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

Hi Bruce

You're decribing my exact configuration although I built my own cable. The configuration is documented on this site if you just search for D710. Keep in mind that I found that the development version after February 2017 isn't parsing the GPS pass through from the D710. The public stable release and all development releases including February 2017 work just fine.

You have to run the D710 in APRS mode and have the radio configured to output on the serial port on the head. I think this is menu 604.

Once you have the radio configured, connect your computer and use your favourite terminal program to monitor the output. You should see something like this:

$PKWDPOS,032136,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*2A
$PKWDPOS,032138,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*24
$PKWDPOS,032140,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*2B
$PKWDPOS,032142,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*29
$PKWDPOS,032143,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*28
$PKWDPOS,032145,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*2E
$PKWDPOS,032148,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*23
VE5AA-11>APZBNC,WIDE2-2:!0000.00N/00000.00EO000/000/A=000000/V=10.2/Ti=-127/Te=-127 *Stale*
$PKWDPOS,032150,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*2A

cmd:VE5AA-11>APZBNC,WIDE2-2:T#000,144,001,001,000,000,00000000
VE5AA-11>APZBNC,WIDE2-2::VE5AA-11 :PARM.Battery,ITemp,Etemp
$PKWDPOS,032152,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*28
VE5AA-11>APZBNC,WIDE2-2::VE5AA-11 :UNIT.V,degC,degC

VE5AA-11>APZBNC,WIDE2-2::VE5AA-11 :EQNS.0,0.0743,0,0,1,-128,0,1,-128,0,0,0,0,0,0
VE5AA-11>APZBNC,WIDE2-2::VE5AA-11 :BITS.11111111
$PKWDPOS,032154,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*2E
$PKWDPOS,032155,A,5206,N,10637.002,W,0,0,221213,200.00*2F

Once you've confirmed the radio is outputting the right data, you can configure APRSIS32. My configuration is slightly different than the documentation shows, my configuration doesn't configure the D710 at all because it wasn't valuable to me. The down side is that I lose the ability for the laptop to transmit via the D710. Here's my D710 port configuration from Aprsis32:

<!RFPort[1]>
<RFPort Name="D710">
<Protocol>KWD710(APRS)</Protocol>
<Device>COM3:9600,N,8,1</Device>
<RfBaud>1200</RfBaud>
<OpenCmd>~!!0</OpenCmd>
<CloseCmd>~!!0</CloseCmd>
<QuietTime>0</QuietTime>
<Enabled>1</Enabled>
<XmitEnabled>0</XmitEnabled>
<ProvidesNMEA>1</ProvidesNMEA>
<RFtoISEnabled>1</RFtoISEnabled>
<IStoRFEnabled>1</IStoRFEnabled>
<MyCallNot3rd>0</MyCallNot3rd>
<NoGateME>0</NoGateME>
<BeaconingEnabled>0</BeaconingEnabled>
<BeaconPath></BeaconPath>
<BulletinObjectEnabled>0</BulletinObjectEnabled>
<DXEnabled>0</DXEnabled>
<DXPath>RFONLY</DXPath>
<MessagesEnabled>0</MessagesEnabled>
<MessagePath></MessagePath>
<TelemetryEnabled>0</TelemetryEnabled>
<TelemetryPath></TelemetryPath>
<!DigiXform>
</RFPort>
<!RFPort[1]>

73, Bruce - VE5BNC

To further bolster my argument that I still have most of my faculties, I tested multiple development versions and found that the Feb 10, 2017 version is capable of parsing the D710 GPS string but the July 17 2017 and all subsequent versions that I've tested can not.

73, Bruce

Hi

After working to rebuild my balloon tracking computer after a catastrophic crash, I was unable to get the program to recognize the GPS data passed through by my D710. I've spent hours and was beginning to doubt my sanity (a topic for another thread). ;-) I knew it had worked previously and I remember it was very easy to set up. Try as I might, it just wouldn't work. My backups showed I was running the last production version but I could swear that I as running the development version because I run it everywhere else. Finally I gave in and switched to the production and the feature sprang to life.

My question is whether this capability exists in the development version or not.

73, Bruce - VE5BNC

I have an implementation of APRSIS32 setup and running but do not yet have the radio connection setup. I don't seem to be receiving moving stations through the APRSIS network. I've dug all through the menu's but can't find anything else that I've missed.

So my question is this, should I be able to see moving stations near me, or where I have the map centered, if I'm currently only receiving/sending data through the internet and not RF?

Thanks for any help!

I'm wondering if there is a way to choose all the symbols on load or save a config file based on all that is loaded?

Auto load the symbols? by VE1XOPVE1XOP, 20 Aug 2018 23:00

Call: N8YQW
Passcode: 13195

Re: Passcode, I need one. by pe2aabpe2aab, 14 Aug 2018 14:38

I was surprised that this option doesn't show up in the object menu.

nickname for APRS objects by vaxhackervaxhacker, 28 Jul 2018 18:46

Hi
I have now spent hours on hours trying to get the GPS and APRS data from the control head of the Kenwood D710G to work. I am using the Kenwood PG-5H lead from the head directly into the serial port of my Panasonic Tough book. No matter what I do I cannot get the Program to receive any data through the lead. The lead works perfectly on the data outlets on the main body of the radio and I can read and write to the radio to and from the Panasonic laptop.
Does anyone have any suggestions on what I may be doing wrong ? I thought that using the PG-5H lead directly into the laptop was going to be an easy Solution to getting all the APRS data into the software. I have a Raynet event in a few weeks and I would like to track all the other operators on my laptop using Kenwood D710G as well as showing my position on the map.

Any help gratefully received
Bruce 2E0RJB

Got the same problem with my D700.

Still not able to get any of my laptop/PC to transmit or receive using the D700, with built in TNC. Took MY laptop to a friends and nothing worked.

MY D700 worked on ALL of his laptops/tablets. They were running WinXP and Win10, they were so annoyingly simple the one, the Win10 system, just worked once the RS232 was plugged in. No setup required

SO, we have decided MY radio works. The Laptops do not. I can see no reason why the cables and D700 are all ok, on any Machine but on my laptops they do not work.

There must be something wrong with the data side of my USB ports, as I am using a USB to RS232 converter cable as we did on my friends machines, but I cannot think where to look or what to look for.

PLEASE can anyone offer any help as I have no clue what to try next?

Many thanks for any help you can offer Vaughn

Re: Won't transmit by M0VLKM0VLK, 17 Jun 2018 22:55

Hi.

Still not able to get any of my laptop/PC to transmit or receive using the D700, with built in TNC. Took MY laptop to a friends and nothing worked.

MY D700 worked on ALL of his laptops/tablets. They were running WinXP and Win10, they were so annoyingly simple that one, the Win10 system, just worked once the RS232 was plugged in. No setup required

SO, we have decided MY radio works. The Laptops do not. I can see no reason why the cables and D700 are all ok, on any Machine but on my laptops they do not work.

There must be something wrong with the data side of my USB ports, as I am using a USB to RS232 converter cable as we did on my friends machines, but I cannot think where to look or what to look for.

PLEASE can anyone offer any help as I have no clue what to try next?

Many thanks for any help you can offer Vaughn

Re: Failing to see D700 radio by M0VLKM0VLK, 17 Jun 2018 12:16

Oh, btw, I'm using a KPC 3, Kenwood TM 2530, usb to serial connection.

Re: Won't transmit by w5cjmw5cjm, 10 Apr 2018 18:34

So, I followed the troubleshoot, it's enabled to transmit, CD is set to software, port's set up right, and I can't transmit. What am I doing wrong?

Won't transmit by w5cjmw5cjm, 10 Apr 2018 18:32

OK been trying to get this working now for some time.

Have used another HAMs Laptop with thier APRSIS32, with my KenWood D700 and my USB to RS232 cable and all worked.

Using any of my PCs/Laptops will not work. Have some error codes :

Port(KWD700Kiss):2018-04-01T19:54:28.798 Sent[77]:<C0 00 82 A0 AE AE>b‘<E0 9A>`<AC 98 96>@`<AE 92 88 8A>b@b<AE 92 88 8A>d@c<03 F0>@195428h5202.47N/00106.39EyAPRS-IS for Win32<C0>
Port(KWD700Kiss):2018-04-01T19:54:28.876 KISS:Missing 0, found C0[96]:<00 00 00 00 C0 1F E1 E6>61<1D 16 FF 0B C3 E9 16>7<C8 D1 16>;<10 13 07 D6> <01 00 08>01<03 0B 01 08>1#6!<04>7<E3>+<10 DD 0B>.<CF C0>9<10 13 07 D4> <03 00 08>03<03 09 03 08>3#<C9 09>&7<C1>1)6<E6 E1 C3 C3 C9>&<D1 C9 C9>.<E9 03>]<17 17>’<DF 01 E9 D9>)
Port(KWD700Kiss):2018-04-01T19:54:28.938 KISS:Missing 0, no C0[102]:<C0>9<10 13 07 D4> <03 00 08>03<03 09 03 08>3#<C9 09>&7<C1>1)6<E6 E1 C3 C3 C9>&<D1 C9 C9>.<E9 03>]<17 17>'<DF 01 E9 D9>)<09>+<10 C1 D8>7<C8 D1 14>;<10 11 07 D6> <01 00 08>03<03 0B 01 08>3!<C9>$7<C1>3+6<E6 E1 C3 C3 CB>$<1A C9 C9>.<E9 03 EB D9 17>'<DF 01 E9 D9>)<C9>

Tells me it is asking the radio to send a command but getting noting in return or wrong thing. Not sure how to correct

On just internet use I see stations popping up, not been able to contact any but they do pop up. With radio nothing happens, all goes blank. No communication at all.

Have tried using the KISS, simply(KISS) and D700Kiss modes. Have checked I am using the correct USB port. Cable checked with another laptop and all OK. Have updated drivers.

any ideas please. Not sure what you need to know so please ask if I have left any information out and if so how to make sure I can find said info and send please

Many thanks for any help you can give M0VLK

Failing to see D700 radio by M0VLKM0VLK, 01 Apr 2018 20:10
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