Re: D72 APRS how to monitor the packet bursts
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I am just guessing on your set up but believe you followed the recommended settings of only allowing stations that send a tone of 100 to break the volume. Yes, I use t100 on my D72 and other mobile APRS stations, but I also program another channel on 144.39 without setting tone squelch so that I will hear all tone bursts the radio receives which is useful for determining how much APRS traffic you have in your area.
Try something simple to start with, putting 144.39 in a VFO channel without any tones or tone squelch and see if that works.
From: main@Kenwood-radios.groups.io <main@Kenwood-radios.groups.io> On Behalf Of Danny K5CG
Sent: Friday, May 12, 2023 12:19 PM
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Subject: Re: [Kenwood-APRS-radios] D72 APRS how to monitor the packet bursts
You want to listen to received packets? If so I think Fred has it right. Change the volume split.
Just confirming if you are trying to hear the RX or the TX.
From: "Brian Frobisher via groups.io" <wa6jfk@...>
Probably something simple but how do I listen to the packet burst while using APRS on the D72?