8754Re: [tracker2] Re: Aging of Waypoints (Fred)
- Oct 2, 2009Thanks, Lynn. Very informative. I've d/l'd them for further review.73 - Dale. KG5LTOn Oct 2, 2009, at 3:27 PM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:
If you'd like to see what your APRS coverage looked like on your trip
from 9/29 through yesterday, check out:
http://ldeffenb. dnsalias. net.nyud. net/Tracking/ Requests/ KG5LT* (Trailing
The higher the final dash number, the higher the resolution. You'll
need to zoom in on some to see the details.
The -D-nn.PNG files ignore the digis/IGates and focus on just showing
your beaconed positions.
Red lines are direct communications. Green lines are digi->Igate.
Small red circles are Digis. Large red circles are IGates.
Of course, all of this is generated from APRS-IS so it represents only
the first packet to be gated. Without local receivers, it's impossible
to guess what the actual RF landscape looked like!
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - APRS Infrastructure Visualization
Dale Seaburg wrote:
> On Oct 1, 2009, at 7:11 PM, Keith VE7GDH wrote:
> >It's easy to delete waypoints in the Nuvi, either one at a time or all
> >at once.
> OK, I'll bite. How do you delete waypoints on the Nuvi 350 one at a
> time? I see the Delete All button, but it's not clear how to do so
> BTW, I had a good trip from Central Texas to near O'brien in Southern
> Oregon and then back home. I can say that digi coverage was good in
> places and nonexistent in others. And, other places where several
> digis were heard, but none heard me (KG5LT-1). Overall, the Nuvi 350,
> OT2m and the FT1500 did well.
> 73 - Dale. KG5LT
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