[amsat-bb] A Little Help Please
diehl.mike.a at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 00:24:59 UTC 2016
Jan probably had the best answer. AGWPE will handle your hardware TNC quite nicely for use with UISS. It works great with my homebrew Arduino TNC.
AI6GS - Mike
> On Dec 7, 2016, at 1:24 PM, PE0SAT | Amateur Radio <pe0sat at vgnet.nl> wrote:
> Hello Gerald,
> Look at AGW Packet Engine, this can be connected to a hardware TNC in kiss mode.
> When that is working connect UISS via the AGW protocol to AGW Packet Engine.
> So the setup would look like:
> UISS -- via localhost tcp port 8000 -> AGW Packet Engine -- via RS232 serial --> MFJ-1270C TNC
> 73 Jan PE0SAT
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>> On 07-12-2016 22:07, Gerald Payton wrote:
>> I am trying to install equipment for packet communication through ISS.
>> I thought that UISS software worked with EITHER a software modem OR a
>> TNC, but reading (at least starting to read) the 75 page manual,
>> apparently it does not.
>> Since it does not, please suggest another terminal program or
>> APRS/Packet specific program.
>> My approach for the hardware is an old MFJ-1270C TNC. I'm trying to
>> learn its ins and outs from its 287 page outdated manual. GROINK
>> Additionally, I have a cable ordered with modular end for my radio
>> Any advise or Elmer-ing will be highly appreciated. It has been over
>> ten years since I had any experience with packet or APRS.
>> My personal email is either AB5R at AMSAT, ARRL or gp_ab5r at outlook.com
>> Jerry AB5R
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