[aprssig] Local Traveler Repeater Freq Objects

William McKeehan mckeehan at mckeehan.homeip.net
Tue Jan 30 21:21:39 CST 2007

That would be nice except the data used by things like usrepeaters.com is not
accurate. It simply uses the city that the repeater is listed as for the
location. The actual location of the repeater could be miles away from the
reported location.

Putting it out as an object would indicate someone has an interest in letting
you know about the repeater, so the information is more likly to be

I think usrepeaters.com is a great idea, but still missing something.
William McKeehan

On Tue, January 30, 2007 9:30 pm, A.J. Farmer (AJ3U) wrote:
> On 1/30/07, Steve Huston <huston at srhuston.net> wrote:
>> Yes, because that repeater directory is so easy to just look at and know
>> right where a machine is located in relation to your travels or if it
>> will have enough coverage to bother trying to scan it while passing
>> through the area.  As I said, agree to disagree.
> Actually, it is very easy to use.  You may not have seen the mapping
> feature.  Here is the direct link:
> http://www.usrepeaters.com/maps/
> Unfortunately, it looks like the repeaters are not showing on the map
> at the moment so there may be some type of glitch going on right now.
> Normally it works just fine.  I have just sent the admin an e-mail so
> they can check it out.
> --
> A.J. Farmer, AJ3U
> http://www.aj3u.com
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