Month: February 2019

Oldie but goodie about APRS

A quick trip down memory lane today. Back in the early days of packet radio you used to get an IP4 address for your station to get on the ‘network’. You were part of the 44 AMPRNet. The speeds at the time were limited from 300 to 1200 baud. It was cool chatting via my […]

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TNC woes and Direwolf

This is really just a note to myself in case I ever have to get a TNC out of kiss mode again. Tried using the Xastir kiss-off.pl script as well as a number of other things. Finally was able to get it out by using the following command: echo -e ‘\0300\0377\0300’ > /dev/ttyUSB0 Also working […]

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