Tnx Richard, looks good. I'm adding a couple screen shots of the
Tropospheric Ducting that took place this weekend to the photos. I
had a map full with one station recieved direct at 825 miles
(KA0ARS). Also, K5PAL-1 at 475 miles, AF4CN-3 at 672 miles and W5BEC-
5 at 575 miles plus numerous stations direct at 200-300 miles out.
APRS is a great propagation tool for VHF/UHF weak signal work.
31.16.57N 97.10.30W 575.9 miles 248?45
35.15.46N 83.47.70W 247.8 miles 80?18
30.35.19N 87.04.18W 289.1 miles 168?33
KU4WW>APU25N,WIDE2-2,qAo,KG4PID-15:>151434zDX: KD4AXP-3 31.52.10N
85.11.21W 257.6 miles 138?37
26.08.46N 97.50.06W 825.5 miles 227?55
31.55.20N 95.38.29W 475.3 miles 248?25
3 27.32.78N 80.22.11W 672.0 miles 135?14
--- In email@example.com
, "Richard Montgomery" <kb4ytm@...>
> Hey Jeff,
> Great screenshots.
> I added a screenshot today, just to give everyone another view of
> UIView32 in action. This shot I took this morning so there isnt a
> going on, but it does show 2 severe thunderstorm warning tracks
> (counties in red in KY), and a high wind advisory for Northern AL
> (counties in yellow). You will also see a small storm system just
> west of the Union City, TN area (stretching from near Union City
> near Mayfield, KY). You can also see the radar ground clutter
> around Memphis that is always there it seems.
> Let me know if you have any questions or if the screenshot doesnt
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff" <ku4ww@> wrote:
> > I've uploaded some NWS WX plots in the photo album area. These
> > some of the plots on my UI-View32 map on April 7, 2006. Hope you
> > Jeff/KU4WW