No, and define interval (of time?)
The moderator has
disallowed file uploading. So, copy and paste this file to a *.pos file. It is
close enough for fun only.
Station Allegan, Michigan
B-MA !4426.71N/06904.94W\FCC-DF Station Belfast,
C-NY !4254.80N/07715.96W\FCC-DF Station Canandaigua, New York
D-AZ !3130.04N/10939.24W\FCC-DF Station Douglas, Arizona
!4857.34N/12233.29W\FCC-DF Station Ferndale, Washington
!4055.35N/09825.72W\FCC-DF Station Grand Island, Nebraska
!6043.43N/15120.25W\FCC-DF Station Kenai, Alaska
!2726.50N/09753.02W\/FCC-DF Station Kingsville, Texas
!3909.91N/07649.27W\/FCC-DF Station Laurel, Maryland
!3743.49N/12145.26W\FCC-DF Station Livermore, California
!3351.74N/08443.43W\/FCC-DF Station Powder Springs, Georgia
!1800.32N/06622.51W\FCC-DF Station Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico
!2736.37N/08038.09W\FCC-DF Station Vero Beach, Florida
!2122.56N/15759.74W\FCC-DF Station Waipahu, Hawai
Have fun! It was on an
old FCC posting awhile back. Close enough for HFDF practice, but did not want
to put out on APRS-IS, so was doing it offline.
73 de Pat KC6VVT
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Lynn W
Deffenbaugh (Mr)" <kj4erj@...> wrote:
> Have you enabled
your DF objects for APRS-IS and specified an Interval?
> If so, can you
give me some of the object IDs and I'll look into it.
(D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
> On 6/1/2012 3:46 PM, Pat KC6VVT Assistant SEC/IL wrote:
Say I created some objects, from a network of local or distant DF stations,
and entered the manual bearings, quality and estimated range/distance with
each object station. Signal strength is not a choice that I could guess at,
but would be nice to have.
> > Then I select a
Multi-track map, and add the DF station objects.
Using the object editor, I select the DF button, opening the new menu for the
object to enter the updated bearing or azimuth data.
I expected a line to be drawn in the bearing azimuth from that DF object
station, and others, that would theoretically cross at the fox location. At
least it does in APRS Dos.
> > Nothing happened, no
lines, no nothing. Is Manual DF broke now?
> > Shouldn't
the APRSIS32 program visually display that line of bearing information from
each DF object?
> > Did I forget something else that
needs to be enabled to get DF to work?
> > 73 de Pat
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