[amsat-bb] TNC Question
k9jkm at comcast.net
Fri Jun 20 00:52:59 UTC 2014
> ... searching for settings specific to this unit for ARISS work
I'm not familiar with the Kantronics syntax for typing commands but
see below for a general summary of the parameters you may find useful.
ARISS has a summary of hardware TNC and soundcard TNC operations
2.pdf (careful, might line wrap this URL)
The list of parameters you will find useful but may need to adapt to
MYCALL - Your Callsign Default is NOCALL, but you want others to know
you are there.
DAYTIME - YYMMDDHHMM Used if you want to timestamp the packets you are
MONITOR ON - Displays all packets on the frequency
MALL ON - Displays all packets on the frequency (connected or
MCOM ON - Displays the AX.25 protocol with the message (might clutter
MCON ON - Allow you to see all packets even when in CONVERS mode
MSTAMP ON - Monitored packets are timestamped
MRPT ON - Displays the entire digipeat path for the packets.
CONSTAMP ON - Connect and disconnect status messages are timestamped
HEADERLN ON - Header information is displayed on separate line from
PASSALL ON - TNC will accept and display packets that have errors
(noise). Partial packets, even with errors, are often still readable
to the human eye.
PASSALL OFF - TNC will only accept and display packets that have
CONVERS <enter> - Mode to type packet message from keyboard directly
to the TNC. Ctrl-C will exit CONVERS mode.
MHEARD <enter> - Displays your TNC's "heard" list (updated only when
UNPROTO CQ VIA ARISS - Most basic string for ARISS to copy, route, and
digipeat your packet
73 de JoAnne K9JKM
k9jkm at amsat.org
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