Querys radio acutator status.
Actually querys the radio for a status on it's receiver state (on or off). This differs from PCPIsOn in that it makes a call to the radio, rather than checking a local variable
- true if the radio's receiver is on, false otherwise.
- See also:
Definition at line 802 of file pcp.cpp.
References PComm::PCAsk(), PComm::PCHear(), PCPComm, and PCPTemp.
fprintf(stderr, "PCP: PCPQUERYON Called\n");
#endif // DEBUG_VER_
if(strcmp(PCPTemp, "H101") == 0)