APRS Direct - Symbols

APRS symbols

The following APRS symbols is currently supported by APRS Direct. Please note that the description of each symbol is based on a combination of the version 1.1 spec. and the version 1.2 spec. from www.aprs.org (and on usages that we have found to be common).

In this list we include all primary symbols, all default alternate symbols, all overlayed alternate symbols that has a specified description and all overlayed alternate symbols that is used by some station.

C1 T2 Type Icon Description Stations3
! / Primary Police, Sheriff Police, Sheriff 37
! \ Alternate (supports overlay) Emergency! Emergency! 6
! E Alternate (with overlay) ELT or EPIRB ELT or EPIRB 0
! V Alternate (with overlay) Volcanic Eruption or Lava Volcanic Eruption or Lava 0
" / Primary No Symbol No Symbol 6
" \ Alternate No Symbol No Symbol 0
# / Primary Digipeater Digipeater 1621
# \ Alternate (supports overlay) Digipeater Digipeater 46
# 1 Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (Fill-in digi, 1-hop limit) Digipeater (Fill-in digi, 1-hop limit) 258
# 2 Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay 2) Digipeater (with overlay 2) 21
# 3 Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay 3) Digipeater (with overlay 3) 1
# 6 Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay 6) Digipeater (with overlay 6) 1
# A Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (An Alt-Freq input digi) Digipeater (An Alt-Freq input digi) 0
# B Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay B) Digipeater (with overlay B) 6
# D Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (DIGI_NED) Digipeater (DIGI_NED) 49
# E Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay E) Digipeater (with overlay E) 7
# F Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay F) Digipeater (with overlay F) 15
# G Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay G) Digipeater (with overlay G) 28
# H Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay H) Digipeater (with overlay H) 1
# I Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (digipeater is also an IGate) Digipeater (digipeater is also an IGate) 340
# L Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (LIMITED New n-N Paradigm digi) Digipeater (LIMITED New n-N Paradigm digi) 98
# M Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay M) Digipeater (with overlay M) 4
# N Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (WIDEn-N and relay,wide,trace) Digipeater (WIDEn-N and relay,wide,trace) 109
# P Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (PacComm, New n-N Paradigm) Digipeater (PacComm, New n-N Paradigm) 11
# R Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (RELAY only) Digipeater (RELAY only) 16
# S Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (New n-N Paradigm digi) Digipeater (New n-N Paradigm digi) 1365
# T Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (PacComm RELAY,WIDE and TRACE) Digipeater (PacComm RELAY,WIDE and TRACE) 23
# U Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (UI-DIGI firmware) Digipeater (UI-DIGI firmware) 23
# V Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (with overlay V) Digipeater (with overlay V) 30
# W Alternate (with overlay) Digipeater (RELAY and WIDE) Digipeater (RELAY and WIDE) 39

  1. Symbol Code (the character found after the longitude in the APRS packet)
  2. Symbol Table ID (the character found between the latitude and longitude in the APRS packet)
  3. Number of stations/objects using this symbol the latest 24 hours (if station/object use several symbols only the latest used counts)
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