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[aprssig] Coverage plots from findu.com data

Steve Dimse steve at dimse.com
Sat Mar 12 14:39:45 UTC 2005

On 3/11/05 at 10:58 PM Tyson S. <timbercutter at yahoo.com> sent:

>ooops, sorry, I was not clear. What I meant was, is there a way to
>display the track/breadcrumb squares for all of the stations that have
>been in the area that the geo file covers. For a particular area I
>would like to make a map and geo file, and then plot the entire track
>of every station that has been there for the last 10,000 hours. This is
>regardless if the current/last position is on the map or not. It would
>be neat to see where the concentrations of APRS is for a given area,
>and you could also look at a smaller map of just a city and see
>everywhere any station had been for the history of findu's database. It
>could be a useful tool to determine areas that are lacking in
>digipeater coverage.

The only thing like that is a manual program which places a red pixel at each
posit, on a white background, not map background. This is quite processor
intensive (the number in the upper left corner is the number of points plotted),
which is why it is not a cgi.


Steve K4HG

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