Re: MD-82 fly-by...
- Hello Mark!
Did you see a steady 'bread crumb' trail of reports? APRS.fi and
FindU show only last few reports while landing in STL. I have the
beacon set for 5 min intervals, but I also have a manual POS Send
button which when I wasn't occupied, I fired off at 2.5+/- minutes.
I noticed the timer set for 5 minutes was actually sending every
4:50, I set the stopwatch when it automatically fired just to see
how accurate the clock is. I think next is slotted beacons, using
the clock from the GPS signals. Then I really know when it's firing
off, other than turning my head 120 degrees and looking down at the
See msg elsewhere on groups about the GPS unit testing...
73 de Kriss
--- In email@example.com, mark.rice@... wrote:
> Hey Kriss,
> I saw your APRS track near my home today and thought "Oh, there
> My home QTH is Greenville, Texas (east of Dallas) and I work at a
> facility on Majors Field (airport identifier is KGVT).
> Have fun poking holes in the clouds!
> - Mark
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
> Behalf Of captnkliegle
> Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2008 6:31 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [tracker2] Just ordered the "newer" GPS unit for NDT
> destructive tests)
> Sorry folks, I forgot I changed the pix to a PA-18-90 (Piper
> that we owned up until May. Bouncing around on nearby frozen lakes
> giving rides. Image WAS a B-777... I'll change it next time I get
> to work for a recent photo of the MD-82. hi Still awaiting the
> Kriss KA1GJU