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No, it's not SK, but a better place to ask questions is the APRSISCE Yahoo group. But this particular question could be addressed to nearly any ham support group.

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


and my caps-lock was on.

I am new to this APRSIS stuff. I am on a ridge Line with no neighbors in site. There are two stacked m2 loop at about 40 feet AGL that need a job here.
So I have the program running; the Map is filling up with station. Some are RF as I am using my EME and Sat radios and a couple of "Dongles" too, to feed "Ports" from UISS, AGWPE into your nifty APRSIS program.

Now I need a really decent APRS, or whatever it's called, rig so I can unburden the other two systems, and their SPID rotators …. bit of an overkill.

What do you guys see as a decent rig that my Windoze-10 system can work with here?

Thanks for listening ..


I am new here to this site and have to admit that it is a nice one with useful information.

Re: I'm Back! by Sught1988Sught1988, 09 Jul 2019 09:43

Works fine for me.. look up k9bdh.. its running this software and digi along with IGATE

Re: Digipeating by Bradley HaneyBradley Haney, 27 Feb 2019 02:07

I would like to I GATE to RF certain Objects in my coverage zone that comes from the APRS feed. I would also like to CROSS BAND digi from 1200 baud to UHF 9600 baud and visa versa .. is that possible?

I GATING and DIGI PETING by Bradley HaneyBradley Haney, 27 Feb 2019 01:58

APRISIS32 is a Windows program. APRSISCE is a Windows Mobile program. APRSISMO is an APRS client application in development for Android.

Just what are you running on your Android Tablet and what exactly do you mean by "get the icon"?

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

PS. These types of questions can get more and potentially better answers if asked in the APRSISCE Yahoo group.

Re: APRSIS32 by Lynn (D)Lynn (D), 25 Feb 2019 19:12

How can I get the Icon for the APRSIS32 FORM MY LAPTOP TO my Android Tablet????

APRSIS32 by John TroutmanJohn Troutman, 25 Feb 2019 01:00

APRS, and APRSISCE/32, already supports messaging via the protocol definition. If you have two APRS stations within simplex range and seeing each other's beacons, there is no reason that they cannot directly message each other. AFAIK, Winlink is a closed system, but regardless, APRSISCE/32 will remain an APRS client.

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

Re: Direct p2p messaging by Lynn (D)Lynn (D), 24 Feb 2019 14:06

I have not been on this site for a long time.
I am a long time user of APRSIS32. In the past I used Winlink and very much miss the direct messaging, station to station. In an emergency system on a simplex frequency, it would be much faster to direct message a station. As in any emergency situation, time is of the essence. Is there any plans to implement this protocol? Thank you everyone.

Steve KB7ITU

Direct p2p messaging by steve galbraithsteve galbraith, 23 Feb 2019 23:53

Glad you found the problem. If you have another radio, you can always listen on the frequency when you cause APRSIS32 to transmit and see the transmit light on the D74. Then listen for another packet immediately following your transmission. Short of having another station with solid reception of the digipeater, there's no way to actually KNOW that you've been heard and repeated.

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

PS. You'll get faster answers if you post questions like this in the APRSISCE Yahoo group than as a WikiDot post.

I am a totally new user here on APRSISCE and have it up and running for the first time. It seems to be working fine, I see local APRS stations on the map, but all of this appears to be coming in through the internet. I did go through the setup to connect a Kenwood TH-D74 over BT to aprsisce, and have that connecting fine and shows up in the program as an enabled port. I checked all the various settings in the program to make sure everything is enabled and that seems correct. So I am sort of stumped here. What is the purpose of having a TNC if the software is set up to run over the internet? Is the TNC just for cases where you don't have internet access? Can someone clarify that for me? Is there a way to force it to use the TNC and not the internet then?
Thanks for any tips! :)
Mike AB7RU
Spokane, WA

Okay well I found the problem and it had nothing to do with the SW I didn't have the KISS mode set on the HT so now it is working. I don't have much of a signal here so not sure if my packets are being heard, is there a way to confirm that I am reaching a digipeater?

I have been away from APRSIS32 for a while. We have just started re-building our APRS network here in central Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma. W5ANR-9 is back on the air digipeating from Cavanal Hill near Poteau, Oklahoma. I need to get APRSIS32 back up and running on my computer so I can monitor the network. I installed the new version this afternoon but noticed that it does not "play fair" with Windows10 on installation. No desktop icon and it does not show up in my Apps list. Is it possible to correct this?
Thanks & 73,
Rory, K5CKS

I'm Back! by Rory BowersRory Bowers, 05 Feb 2019 20:45

I twice successfully achieved the Internet feed of APRS plots all over the country but I don't know what the settings were that achieved that result. I lost that result on the next startup. Can someone tell me what the settings are to plot the Internet feed of APRS plots and make those settings permanent? (Email: ki5ss[at]yahoo[dot]com).

Don Hamrick/KI5SS

I'm looking for the feature in the software that allows me to go back and see the telemetry information of an individual track, specifically the distance of a track from start point to end. I've been able to find how to load old tracks, the decay and the likes but where do I find how to see the distance traveled.

I'd like to be able to be able to check the telemetry information at the individual points along the track as well as be able to see specifically the Distance traveled; being able to see the start and end time as well as the travel time would be even more convenient.

Where have I not looked? what am I not seeing?

tracks by nathan myersnathan myers, 10 Jan 2019 04:30

Does anyone have a problem with OSM maps being faded so much the streets are practically invisible? Have adjusted the monitor till I'm blue in the face….my face not the monitor :-(


FADED OSM MAPS DISPLAY. by Allen GriffithAllen Griffith, 31 Dec 2018 04:55

Make sure the port is disabled then go into the configuration. You should then see a Delete button.

Re: How to delete ports? by Lynn (D)Lynn (D), 30 Dec 2018 13:28

Howdy from Bill K7MT in Helena.

I presently have a VFH 144.390 Igate K7MT, HF 300 Baud Packet K7MT-11, PSK-63 K7MT-63, and Robust Packet K7MT-11 10147.3.

Can I digipeat internet to local RF VHF Igate K7MT-63, K7MT-11, K7MT-8 ??? HF stations are beaconed once and hour and WX to HF Packet only every 15 minutes.

I run 3 copies of APRSISCE 32 (VHF, HF 300 baud packet, Robust Packet) and APRS Messenger for the PSK-63.

I would like to capture the three HF stations off the internet and beacon out 1 or 2 hops on the local VHF RF..

Happy New Year to all and look forward to any assistance.

Cheers Bill K7T Helena MT.

Attempted to get Signal-Link USB to transmit. While doing "port setup configuration", I created additional ports with various names. I do not see an option to "DELETE PORTS". How do I delete non functional ports?

How to delete ports? by Don HillgaertnerDon Hillgaertner, 27 Dec 2018 06:13
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