|Author:||Lynn Deffenbaugh KJ4ERJ|
|Platforms:||Windows Mobile, Windows|
Feature rich Amateur Radio Automatic Packet Reporting System client that uses OSM tiles as the base map. Under active development with rapid development release cycle.
APRSISCE/32 (APRSISCE/32) is an Amateur Radio real time tactical display program written for the Windows Mobile and Windows operating systems by Lynn Deffenbaugh KJ4ERJ. The program makes use of prerendered OSM tiles as a background for tracking assets in real time. The program interfaces with a network of servers (APRS-IS) that carry a full world wide feed of data. This data is gathered from stations operating on the internet, the radio network, or a combination of both. Users on the radio network (RF) can operate completely detached from the internet, but a series on internet gateway stations (i-gates) are available to move data from RF to the internet and vice versa.
APRSISCE/32 can log location data which can be used to update the OSM GPS traces database, providing information back to the OSM community.
APRSISCE/32 has been in active development since January 2009. You can download the application for your platform from (the wiki) once you have a copy running, downloads can be automatically performed from the ABOUT menu.