There are several well-established programs for working with APRS, as well as some newer entries to the field.
- UI-View. Local maps are available here. Also, M0CYP has a number of neat add-ons, and a current registration page.
- APRS-IS CE. This is the only version under heavy active development. Though it works on RF, it seems more designed to rely on the Internet for its functionality.
- xastir. Originally designed for Linux, there are versions of xastir available for all major desktop operating systems, including Mac. It's not as actively developed as APRS-IS, but maintains more of the original idea of APRS as an RF protocol.
APRS Lookup on Findu.com
|use wildcard * after call to find all ssid's
Well, we finally have a Telpac Gateway in each zone, Upper, Central and Lower.
|Lower||NY3J-10 (via W3SK)||145.610||Bensalem|
Please connect, use and practice using Winlink 2000 to the above Telpacs and report back to the listserve telling us how they are working and where you are connecting from. Please talk it up, this is the only way we can increase our expertise with digital communications.