# APRS-Beacon For PC

## APRS-Beacon [32|64bit] (April-2022)

* The APRS-Beacon will transmit APRS traffic at the lowest rate for an Object. If the traffic rate is set too high the beacon will be disabled. If the rate is set too low the beacon will be limited to a small number of transmissions. The highest rate is set by the Object’s LowSpeedThreshold, which is only effective when the beacon is switched to native mode.
* The APRS-Beacon does not decode APRS traffic or monitor other traffic on the frequency. It is not an antenna.
* The APRS-Beacon provides an opportunity for hobbyists to put their APRS radios in a ‘dormant’ mode while using other electronics.
* The APRS-Beacon does not have an internal temperature sensor. It uses the following external sensors:
– DS110 TempFuse, select one of the following: TMPF125, TMPF135, TMPF145, TMPF155, TMPF165, TMPF185, TMPF195, TMPF205, TMPF215, TMPF235, TMPF245, TMPF255
– MSL220 Magnetic sensor, select one of the following: MAG10, MAG20, MAG30, MAG40, MAG50, MAG60, MAG70
– MSL100 Magnetometer, select one of the following: MAG10, MAG20, MAG30, MAG40, MAG50, MAG60, MAG70
* Beacons can be set to the automatic frequency mode. This will allow them to run on for a period of time without manual frequency changes or an additional external clock. Beacons are turned off by setting the APRS-Beacon channel to a specific channel that is not used by any other beacon.
* If you wish to use the APRS-Beacon for a specific event, you can set a channel in the Beacons config file.
* The APRS-Beacon will transmit a message containing the Object’s ID and comment when it is turned on. The comment is obtained from a text file on the host computer. The Object’s ID will be a new string; it is always in the format CMA\XYZ, where XYZ is the Object’s 3-character ICAO and CMA is the vehicle class.
* The APRS-Beacon will transmit a single message on each minute when it is turned on. This is configurable in the Beacons config file.

## APRS-Beacon Crack [32|64bit]

The purpose of the APRS-Beacon is to provide simple APRS-compatible position beacons for up to three Objects.
It is designed to’stand alone’ and does not monitor other traffic on the frequency. It can use a single-port TNC (in ‘native’ mode), a single- or dual-port TNC in Kiss mode or the AGW Packet Engine in order to transmit on up to four radio ports.
Each Object allows for the transmission of an optional ‘comment’ field of up to 40 characters. This field can be automatically updated in real time by obtaining the comment from a simple external text file.
Portable MHX Classroom Helper Description:

The purpose of the APRS-Beacon is to provide simple APRS-compatible position beacons for up to three Objects.
It is designed to’stand alone’ and does not monitor other traffic on the frequency. It can use a single-port TNC (in ‘native’ mode), a single- or dual-port TNC in Kiss mode or the AGW Packet Engine in order to transmit on up to four radio ports.
Each Object allows for the transmission of an optional ‘comment’ field of up to 40 characters. This field can be automatically updated in real time by obtaining the comment from a simple external text file.
Portable MHX Classroom Helper Description:

The purpose of the APRS-Beacon is to provide simple APRS-compatible position beacons for up to three Objects.
It is designed to’stand alone’ and does not monitor other traffic on the frequency. It can use a single-port TNC (in ‘native’ mode), a single- or dual-port TNC in Kiss mode or the AGW Packet Engine in order to transmit on up to four radio ports.
Each Object allows for the transmission of an optional ‘comment’ field of up to 40 characters. This field can be automatically updated in real time by obtaining the comment from a simple external text file.
Portable MHX Classroom Helper Description:

The purpose of the APRS-Beacon is to provide simple APRS-compatible position beacons for up to three Objects.
It is designed to’stand alone’ and does not monitor other traffic on the frequency. It can use a single-port TNC (in ‘native’ mode), a single- or dual-port TNC in Kiss mode or the AGW Packet
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## APRS-Beacon (Latest)

The purpose of the APRS-Beacon is to provide simple APRS-compatible position beacons for up to three Objects.
It is designed to’stand alone’ and does not monitor other traffic on the frequency. It can use a single-port TNC (in ‘native’ mode), a single- or dual-port TNC in Kiss mode or the AGW Packet Engine in order to transmit on up to four radio ports.
Each Object allows for the transmission of an optional ‘comment’ field of up to 40 characters. This field can be automatically updated in real time by obtaining the comment from a simple external text file.
Objects:

The Beacon-Object transmits an APRS-Beacon on a single-channel uplink, ideally as close to 19.35 MHz as possible, so that it is on the edge of the 21.35 MHz ‘hands-off’ sector.
When no other Objects are active, it should be able to be heard as a 1 Watt, low-power, unmodulated RF signal by ‘normal’ APRS-capable radio receivers.
All the Objects transmit on the same frequency, and each one can use either a single- or dual-port TNC in Kiss mode.
The beacon’s transmit power is adjustable via the iBeacon’s transmitter.
The ‘comment’ field can be updated automatically in real time by obtaining the text from a simple external file.
Beacon:

The Beacon-Object transmits an APRS-Beacon on a single-channel uplink, ideally as close to 19.35 MHz as possible, so that it is on the edge of the 21.35 MHz ‘hands-off’ sector.
When no other Objects are active, it should be able to be heard as a 1 Watt, low-power, unmodulated RF signal by ‘normal’ APRS-capable radio receivers.
All the Objects transmit on the same frequency, and each one can use either a single- or dual-port TNC in Kiss mode.
The beacon’s transmit power is adjustable via the iBeacon’s transmitter.
The ‘comment’ field can be updated automatically in real time by obtaining the text from a simple external file.

The beacon’s transmitter can be manually set to operate in one of two modes:

Normal:

When selected, the transmitter operates normally to transmit the iBeacon’s “loud” beacon-alert signal as the

## What’s New In?

The APRS-Beacon is designed to be a small low-cost mobile beacon. Its characteristic user interface means that it can be programmed using a simple text file.

References

Documentation of the Beacon
TNC Programming

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