Boy, I can hit my head against the wall. I made a very rookie mistake. I had soldered a number of Leds the wrong way round. Tsss before I finally invented that. Very stupid.
But when I finally found out (it’s even in the description on the tarpn website) it now works the way it should.
Let’s test how the reception is. (aprs on 144.800Mhz @ 1200 Baud)
I feel like he is a little deaf. Looks like he’s missing some frames. Maybe it’s the setup I’m using. I am using a Yaesu ft7800 with the NinoTnc directly on the Mini Din of the radio. I have to figure this out, I will read the Tarpn website one more time.
First let’s update the flash.
Mmmmm, let’s give it a go.
A Linbpq configuration example
PORT PORTNUM=3 ID=NinoTNC TYPE=ASYNC PROTOCOL=KISS FULLDUP=0 COMPORT=/dev/ttyACM0 SPEED=57600 CHANNEL=A PERSIST=225 SLOTTIME=20 TXTAIL=1 QUALITY=1 MINQUAL=81 MAXFRAME=1 FRACK=6000 RESPTIME=40 RETRIES=20 PACLEN=236 UNPROTO=ID L3ONLY=0 DIGIFLAG=0 DIGIPORT=0 USERS=1 IGNOREUNLOCKEDROUTES=1 ENDPORT
I am very happy to be able to add this (Nino)TNC to the collection.
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Did the RX get better after you updated to 2.81. ?
Yes much better, is now at 95% I think.