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Yet Another APRS Client
YAAC is a (mostly) platform-independent Java application written by Andrew Pavlin, KA2DDO, for monitoring and contributing to the Automatic Packet Reporting System (APRS) network (invented and trademarked by Bob Bruninga, WB4APR).
YAAC is Free Software; it is an Open-Source program, licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License, and complete source code is provided. Feel free to create improvements and extensions to YAAC.
YAAC can be used as a stand-alone APRS client, an APRS RF-Internet gateway (I-Gate), or as a AX.25 digipeater. It supports 16 different data reporting views as delivered, and can be extended with user-written "plugins" to add more functionality. YAAC's map rendering does not depend on Internet connectivity, so it can be used wherever a portable computer and radio/TNC can be located.
connects to the APRS network over RF and Internet links
displays geographically mapped station and object locations over OpenStreetMap and terrain elevation maps
communicates with standard TNC's from several vendors
can function as a fixed or mobile station, an I-Gate, and/or a digipeater
communicates with standard GPS receivers and popular weather stations
can fully function for emergency operations while disconnected from the Internet
also transmits and receives the next-generation OpenTRAC protocol
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