[aprssig] Winaprs and Precision Mapping
kb8uih at sbcglobal.net
Tue Apr 18 18:50:12 CDT 2006
I don't mean to put you on the spot but I am going to
unfortunately. In order to adequately store a states
worth of data for Tiger maps such as Michigan, how
much memory will it take up? I don't know if you can
answer this but I may have to reword my question? Let
me know if you can help.
I have an old machine with not much guts and can use
PM now, but since the Tiger maps are updated and maybe
more useful than PM and at less cost to us, it is more
The computer is an old AMD K6 processer with 128mb ram
memory. I want to upgrade but thats next year. The
hard drive has 2 gig left for storing data.
Thanks again in advance for any help.
--- Mark Sproul <kb2ici at amsat.org> wrote:
> WinAPRS supports PMAP 3.0/3.5 or 5.0 There are
> separate version of
> WinAPRS for each. The normal version of WinAPRS
> supports 5.0, a
> different version, labeled PMAP3 supports 3/3.5
> I can post a new release for 3/3.5 support.
> For all of those who like PMAP, please understand
> that I gave up
> supporting PMAP becaue i could not get it to work
> right under my
> environment and I now have TIGER maps working almost
> as good as PMAP.
> At 11:39 AM -0500 4/18/06, Maryetta wrote:
> >I use an old and slow computer for Aprs.However i
> can run
> >Winaprs 251 and managed to get the precision
> >setup to run and its great.Do all versions after
> 251 allow the use
> >of precision mapping.If not what is the last
> version to
> >allow it?..
> > Quentin
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