Example on a handheld radio ANYTONE AT_D878UV with GPS:
Set the send intervals for APRS Auto TX or Manual TX to 180 seconds (3 minutes) or longer.
Set your D-APRS configuration for Report Channel, Report Slot, APRS TG and Call Type.
Send only as a private call to DMR-ID: 900999
Channel information must be set to GPS.
Individual user / DMR ID APRS settings.
By default, all APRS positions have an SSID of 15, a standard comment FreeDMR D-APRS, with the ID of the DMR user and the call sign (see picture).
Of course, these default settings can also be changed.
The comment, SSID, and icon can be set for each individual user/DMR ID. The application saves all settings
in a file. You may have different SSIDs, icons, and comments for different DMR IDs. This is done via DMR-SMS
with the following commands:
You can change the default APRS settings of your radio by posting a text message with the
commands. Pay close attention to the commands and follow the instructions in
of this table. the full command appears in the sample column.
Send a private DMR SMS with the desired command followed by the value. For example, to change your icon to a dog, is the command @ICON /p. (values can be found in the ICON list). Changing your SSID is as easy as @SSID 7, and @CON. That's
a TEST changes the APRS status.
To remove one of the stored values, simply send the corresponding command without entering. @COM removes the saved comment,
@ICOM removes the saved icon. All location reports now sent have the default settings. You must use the above,
Follow steps for each DMR ID that you use on our serverFreeDMR-USA Central
All of the above commands are sent via SMS/messages to the private ID: 900999, the same applies to @SSID, @COM and @ICON.
Although we accept HYT and Motorola formats, we recommend users to use "DMR standard SMS messages" whenever possible,
as this comes closest to a common standard.
*RT73 must have unconfirmed data enabled
Not tested yet, but will most likely work