Aprs OT3M Foxdigi Tracker

FOXDİGİ

 

FOXDİGİ  “F16 88” e YAZILACAK BİLGİLER

 

cmd: DISP         yazıp enterleyin ve aşağıdaki menüyü görün…

ECHO ON                     (Burası değişmeyecek)

TXDELAY 64                (Burası değişmeyecek)

GPS $GPGGA              (Burası değişmeyecek)

TRace OFF                   (Burası değişmeyecek)

MONitor ALL              (Burası değişmeyecek)

DIGIpeater ON           (Burası değişmeyecek)

BEACON On EVERY 20        (Zamanı 10-15-20 gibi yazabilirsiniz. Beacon dakikasıdır…)

UNPROTO APRS-0 V WIDE1-1 V WIDE2-1

MYCALL YM7KES-0

MYALIAS WIDE1-1     (Olursa lokator gönderilenleri tekrarlar.)                         1. Kart

MYALIAS WIDE2-1     (Olursa digilerden gelenleri gönderilenleri tekrarlar.)   2. Kart

BTEXT !4055.00N/03843.54E# GiRESUN ESPiYE iMAMTEPE APRS FOXDiGi YUKSEKLiK 500m. ALAN 50km.  

NOT: ( BTEXT  Tamamen kendinize göre düzenleyin. Lokatorunuzu mutlaka buna benzer giriniz….)

OK

Bağlantınızı yaptıktan sonra ekrana “cmd” gelir ve sizin yazacağınız komutları bekler.

cmd: DISP yazarsanız yukarıdaki menü gelir. Menüde hangisini yazmak isterseniz sadece büyük harfle olan kısmını yazın . Örnek: BEACON On EVERY yazarsanız tanımaz. Küçük harfle yazan On bölümünü yazmayacaksınız.

Örnek: Cmd: BEACON EVERY 15 yazıp enterleyin. OK dediyse tamamdır. Gelen cmd:PERM yazıp enterleyin yazdığınızı hafızaya alması için. OK dediyse hafızaya almıştır.

TRace yazmayın TR yazın bu örneklere uyarsanız sıkıntı olmaz.

 Yukarıdaki bilgileri Word üzerinde kendinize göre yazıp, uyarlayın ve kaydedin.

Foxdigi ile bağlantı kurduğunuzda cmd: geldiğinde bu Word sayfasındaki örneğin “BTEXT !4055.00N/03843.54E# GiRESUN ESPiYE iMAMTEPE APRS FOXDiGi YUKSEKLiK 200m. ALAN 50km.” kısmını kopyala yapıştırla cmd:önüne yapıştırıp enterleyebilirsiniz…





FOXDİGİ ŞEMA

https://www.foxdelta.com/


Foxdigi ile ilgili yazılımı yapımı, dökümanı ile ilgili bilgileri bu adresten alabilirsiniz.....

 

Not: Foxdigi tx sinyalini düşük gönderirse P1 ayar potundan ayarlayın, yine yetersiz gelirse R4 100Kohm direncin değerini düşürün. Örneğin; ben 10 Kohm olarak değiştirdim.

Deneyerek en iyi sesi aldığınız direnç değerini kullanın.  Kolay gelsin 73

DİKKAT BU ÇALIŞMA GERÇEKLEŞTİRİLDİ.

MYALIAS WIDE1-1     (Olursa lokator gönderilenleri tekrarlar.)                         1. Kart

MYALIAS WIDE2-1     (Olursa digilerden gelenleri gönderilenleri tekrarlar.)   2. Kart

Gerçek bir digirepeater olarak kullanmak isterseniz iki kartı ortak kullanabilirsiniz. MYALIAS WIDE1-1 olan kartımız birinci kart olsun. Bu kart bölgenizde duyduğu lakator gönderen istasyonları alıp tekrarlayacaktır. Ama diğerlerini asla tekrarlamayacaktır, bir izci gibi davranmayacaktır.

MYALIAS WIDE2-1 olan ikinci kartımızda sedece diğer digirepeaterlerden duyduklarını tekrarlayacaktır. İKİSİ BİR ARAYA GELİNCE gerçek bir digirepeater gibi hepsini tekrarlayacaktır.

VHF cihaza bağlantı bölümünden 1. ucu 1. uca ses giriş, 3. ucu 3. uca PTT, 5. ucu 5. uca ses çıkış, 6. ucu 6. uca şase 7 ucu 7. uca 12 volt bağlantısını hiçbir eleman kullanmadan direkt kablolarla yapınız. Ve cihaza bağlantıyı bir ucdan RS232 yapınız. Çalıştırın işte size bir her yönlü davranan digirepeater.

ÖNEMLİ: BTEXT Bölümünde lokator bilgileri aynı olmak üzere BEACON bölümlerini farklı yazabilirsiniz. Örnek:

BTEXT !4055.00N/03843.54E# GiRESUN ESPiYE iMAMTEPE APRS  YUKSEKLiK 500m.  73       

1.

BTEXT !4055.00N/03843.54E# GiRESUN FINDIK DiYARINDAN  73   

BEACON On EVERY 23                     1. Kart

BEACON On EVERY 57                     2. Kart yaparsanız hem iki beaconunuz olur, hem de çakışma olmaz. Bu kadar 73.

 

 

YANLIZ ŞU CİHAZI TEMİN EDERSENİZ BİZ YM7KK'DA KULLANIYORUZ...

(mükemmel bir digipeater)

Tracker2 model OT2m

                               


PROGRAMINI İNDİRİN KİTAPÇIĞINI İNDİRİN

Evet arkadaşlar mükemmel bir digipeater, her yönüyle


Web Sayfası aşağıda tıklayın ve inceleyin.


http://www.argentdata.com/catalog/

 

ARTIK HEPSİ ORİJİNAL OLDU



Tracker3 Model OT3m

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The Tracker3 replaces the Tracker2 as our top-of-the-line APRS tracker and TNC.

The Tracker3 acts as a bidirectional tracker (transmitting positions and plotting received stations as waypoints), digipeater, and KISS TNC.

Major features include:

·         Intelligent APRS tracker with SmartBeaconing™ support and automatic beacon rate control

·         Waypoint output to GPS including symbols, comment text, and altitude information for remote stations

·         Advanced APRS digipeater features

·         Timeslotting for reliability in high-traffic situations

·         Remote configuration and diagnostics

·         Weather station support

·         Free firmware updates for enhancements and bug fixes

·         KISS support for use with PC-based APRS programs

·         Build-in temperature and voltage sensors for remote monitoring

·         Integrated 7-amp solid state relay for remote control and radio power save functions

·         4 analog (0-20v) and 1 digital (5v) input for telemetry

·         Heavy-duty steel enclosure

·         USB support

Support is provided through the Tracker2 group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tracker2.

Cables

The OT3m is provided with no cables. What cables you need will depend on your intended application.

Radio Cables

We stock cables to connect the Tracker3 to many common radio types. See the Tracker to Radio Cables category for a listing. Additional pre-built cables are available from RPC Electronics.

Garmin nüvi, StreetPilot, and zumo

The nüvi 300, 310, 350, and 360, StreetPilot c340, 2720, 2820, 7200 and 7500, and zumo 550 products require the Garmin 010-10813-00 cable available here. Specify the 9-pin female connector option.

The nuvi 700 series, 7x5 series, 800 series, 5000 series, 600 series, and StreetPilot c500 series require the Garmin 010-10865-00 cable available here. Again, specify the 9-pin female connector option.

The GTRANS translator cable is not required for the Tracker3, and will prevent some features from working properly.

PC Connection

To connect the OT3m to a PC for initial setup or for use with PC-based mapping programs, you'll need a standard USB cable or a null modem cable if you prefer to use a serial port.

TRACKER  OT3m

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OT3m with terminal block

The OT3m is a standalone Tracker3 variant in a steel enclosure, similar to the OT2m it replaces. As of 4 January 2012, the Tracker3 firmware duplicates the functionality of the OT2m, with the addition of USB support and changes to the telemetry system. Future firmware releases will add new functionality not possible on the Tracker2.

A complete user's manual is still in progress. For now, this page will list only differences from the OT2m manual.

USB Support

The rear panel of the OT3m includes a standard USB 'B' connector. The USB functions of the Tracker3 are identical to those of the OpenTracker USB.

The USB port on the OT3m can be used for configuring the tracker with the otwincfg utility, accessing the command prompt, and connecting to a PC in KISS interface mode.

When the USB connection is in use, the tracker draws its power from the host system - no other connections are required for configuration of the unit.

Note that the OT3m does NOT act as a host device - the USB port is only used for connecting to a PC, and cannot be used to connect a USB GPS receiver.

Windows

Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 require the INF file linked here to properly recognize the device.

For help on installing the INF driver for the device, please see the Windows INF File Installation article.

Linux

Most Linux distributions should recognize the OT3m automatically and assign it a name like /dev/ttyACM0. If the device isn't recognized, try the following:

sudo modprobe usbserial vendor=0x134a product=0x9000

Mac OS X

OS X should recognize the OT3m and assign a name starting with /dev/cu.usbmodem. If prompted to set up a dial-up device, hit cancel.

Other Operating Systems

The OT3m is a USB CDC ACM serial device with VID 0x134A and PID 0x9000. Most modern operating systems should include class drivers for this type of device.

Configuration

The tracker should always respond to the otwincfg utility, regardless of the operating mode. If otwincfg is already running when the tracker is connected, it should automatically detect and connect to the device. If the operating system assigns a COM port number higher than 16, you'll need to change it manually in the device manager.

A single setting controls the USB port mode. This setting appears as the 'USB KISS' checkbox in the port setup box in otwincfg, and as the command USBKISS from the command prompt. Setting USBKISS ON or checking the checkbox will set the port to KISS mode, for use with host programs like AGWPE and UI-View32. If the host program sends a KISS exit command, this option will be disabled and the USB port will return to command prompt mode.

You can access the command prompt through the USB port exactly like you would through the serial port, using the terminal program of your choice. Note that baud rate settings are ignored on the USB port.

When the tracker is connected to a PC using the USB port and the USBKISS option is off, the command prompt will be accessible only through the USB port and not through port A as usual.

Accessory Connector

In place of the modular jack used on the OT1m and OT2m, the OT3m has a 10-position, 0.150" pitch pluggable screw terminal block. Pinouts, from left to right, are as follows:


Pin

Function

5V

Power output - 5V

1W

Dallas 1-Wire data bus

A1

Analog input 1

A2

Analog input 2

A3

Analog input 3

A4

Analog input 4

CT

Digital counter input

IO

Digital I/O

PS

Power switch output (7 amps max)

GND

Ground

The analog inputs should not exceed 20 volts, and the digital input should not exceed 5.2 volts.

Telemetry

When the telemetry function is enabled, a telemetry packet is sent with the following format:

T#sss,V,A1,A2,A3,A4,JC000000

"sss" is the telemetry sequence number (incremented with each transmission), V is the supply voltage, A1-A4 are the corresponding analog inputs on the accessory connector, J is the status of the digital input marked IO, and C is the configuration profile in use.

All analog values are given in tenths of a volt, e.g. 12.5 volts is shown as 125.

Power Consumption

The OT3m currently draws approximately 50 mA. Future firmware revisions will reduce this as more power saving software functions are implemented.

Keyboard Interface

Starting with PCB version 1.1, the OT3m board has a 6-pin mini-DIN connector that allows connection of a standard PS/2 keyboard. Note that there is no opening in the enclosure for this connector. Presently keyboard input is interpreted the same as input from a serial terminal, so a keyboard can be used to enter commands and send messages without a PC. Keyboard support is currently considered to be an experimental feature.


Tracker4

 

Shipping delays - Our trackers are all assembled domestically, but we depend on various components from overseas suppliers and the Covid-19 outbreak is causing major disruptions for certain parts. Shipments are still trickling in and we're finding alternate suppliers, but delays of at least a few weeks should be expected.

The preliminary user's manual is now available for download. The USB driver INF file for Windows 8 and below can be found here

New Features

The Tracker4 is the successor to the OpenTracker and Tracker2 / Tracker3 series, and it represents a near-total software rewrite and a huge increase in memory and processor power.

Like its predecessors, the T4 is an APRS tracker, digipeater, and KISS TNC, and keeps all of the Tracker3's software features. Major new features include:

  • WiFi networking - supports 802.11b/g/n
  • Browser-based configuration, no special configuration software required
  • Telnet server for remote network access
  • Internal GPS receiver
  • Complete BASIC interpreter for easy scripting
  • RS-485 port with Modbus RTU support for interfacing with sensors, relays, and other devices
  • DTMF decoding and encoding, usable with macros and scripts
  • WAV file recording and playback capability

An external magnetic mount GPS antenna and WiFi antenna are included.

Pre-order notes

Some planned features, beyond those listed above, may not be complete when trackers start shipping. Those updates will be released as they're completed, and software updates can be downloaded and installed with a single click.

The connector layout on the production tracker will differ from what's shown here. The new revision replaces the 14-pin terminal block with a 10-pin terminal block and has the extra RS-232 port on a DE9 connector.

The Tracker4 is being developed in parallel with the new ADS-SR2 repeater controller and shares much of the same software. The tracker is in fact currently usable as a simplex voice repeater and includes many of the features of the existing ADS-SR1 repeater. The repeater functions may not stay in the final release of the tracker software, or those functions may become optional add-ons, but pre-order customers will keep at least those repeater functions that are already included.

Radio Cables

Radio cables are sold separately. We stock cables to connect the Tracker4 to many common radio types. Scroll down to the Tracker Cables in the Radio Cables category for a listing.

Cable compatibility guide

File system

20 MB of internal flash storage is available on the device for storing GPS tracks, telemetry readings, BASIC scripts, WAV files, and the like.

USB

The Tracker4 has a mini USB type B connector and shows up as both a serial device and mass storage device. No special drivers are required for use with OS X, Linux, and Windows 10. Windows versions prior to 10 will need an INF file installed.

WiFi

The Tracker4's WiFi module can function in access point, WiFi Direct, or client mode. Client mode is typically used to connect to an existing network, while AP and Direct modes can be used to connect with PCs and mobile devices away from fixed infrastructure.

Modbus RTU

The Modbus RTU protocol has been widely used in industry for decades and is supported by thousands of devices, including everything from simple relay boards for under $10 to high-end telemetry equipment. The RS-485 bus is capable of very long cable runs and has excellent immunity to electrical noise.

BASIC Scripting

Improved scripting support makes the Tracker4 extremely flexible and adaptable. The tiny scripting system in the T2/T3 series was useful for simple tasks, but tedious to use for more complicated tasks. The Tracker4 includes a BASIC interpreter based on an enhanced version of uBASIC with added string and floating point support, as well as additional commands for easy manipulation of APRS data and telemetry.

Modbus RTU and Dallas 1-Wire devices can both be accessed by the scripting system, allowing simple, easy-to-write scripts to perform a wide variety of automation and data transformation tasks.



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