How can I get a KML-file i.e. for AIS (Automatic Identification System) or APRS (Amateur Packet Radio System) ?

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Horst, DK9XH

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I'm not familiar with using KML files together with AIS and APRS, but I know that the gpsbabel command has options for KML. Maybe something like this: (untested)

gpsbabel -i gpx -o kml -f myinfile.gpx -F myoutfile.kml

There are some further options to gpsbabel specified in the manual

What kind of information is it you would like to export from OSM to AIS and APRS?

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(01 Feb '11, 15:11) gnurk

You can request OSM on overpass-turbo and export the data as KML.

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