[aprssig] More digis are changing to the new paradigm
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Wed Jul 6 23:36:04 CDT 2005
ALOHA radius: 41 miles
Stations inside ALOHA circle: 75
Mobiles (in motion): 31
Mobiles (other): 12
WX stations: 3
Home stations: 22
Last calculated 0 Hours 2 Minutes ago.
That's from my dad's station WB9WLS
73 de Pat --- KA9SCF.
On 7/6/05, Curt Mills <archer at eskimo.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 4 Jul 2005, Robert Bruninga wrote:
> > In
> > sparse areas like out west, this simple change
> > *drastically* cut down on useless QRM...
> "Out west" where I am my Aloha circle is 36 miles and I have 250 RF
> stations on my map currently. I'd say Seattle, Portland, and LA are
> hotbeds of APRS activity. Quite a bit of activity in Victoria and
> Vancouver as well.
> If I recall correctly one guy in Seattle has an Aloha circle of 27
> miles. Might have been less.
> My current stats:
> ALOHA radius: 36 miles
> Stations inside ALOHA circle: 44
> Digis: 7
> Mobiles (in motion): 20
> Mobiles (other): 5
> WX stations: 3
> Home stations: 9
> Even with all those stations on RF, the air is quiet at times, at
> least from where I sit. I'm sure the mountaintops are a lot busier.
> I'm picking up one digi direct at 50.4 miles, another at 83.2 miles.
> Sometimes I hear one Canadian digi direct that's more like 96 miles,
> but he's not on the map currently.
> Curt, WE7U. archer at eskimo dot com
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