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Old 03-09-2012, 20:15   #1
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Send AIS Message to MMSI by OpenCPN

Hi All,

Why i can't find the codes used to send AIS meesage to station? I only see the code used to recevie and parse the AIS message. But I now have sone requsets, e.g, send my AIS message to Comm port and change the MMSI name.

I'm not very familiar with relevant code.
If you konw the codes, Could you give me some helps?
Thank you.

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Old 04-09-2012, 00:54   #2
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Re: Send AIS mssage to MMSI by openCPN

We currently do not have any of those features. What radio do you have that supports this?
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Old 04-09-2012, 05:28   #3
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Re: Send AIS mssage to MMSI by openCPN

I will read and write the AIS Aids parameter by opencpn.
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Old 04-09-2012, 17:02   #4
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Re: Send AIS Message to MMSI by OpenCPN

What you want is not allowed by law.
A user can not change MMSI in an AIS transponder, this has to be set by an authorized installation technician.
Furthermore, every AIS brand/type has its own commands for this, and for some units this cannot be changed after it is set (whithout opening the unit).
It's not some standard command for all AIS'es like the !AIVDM and !AIVDO (receive) sentences.
So are the commands for programming class A transponders' data like destination and ETA (which obviously are to be set by the user): every unit has specific commands for that.

I don't think this is something which needs to be supported by OpenCPN, certainly not the fixed data.
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