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[aprssig] Accuracy of data on APRS

Amir Findling sarlabs at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 12:12:24 UTC 2007


Ray:

maybe it was a very cold day in hell?  :-! Sorry, I could not resist the 
urge...

73 de Amir K9CHP, member ARRL, AMSAT #36083

Cayuga County Highland SAR, http://www.cayuganet.org/highlandsar/index.html

K9 Certification Tester, NYS Federation of SAR Teams www.nysfedsar.org 
<http://www.nysfedsar.org/>

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Apprentice Tracker, Joel Hardin Professional Tracking Services, 
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Ray Wells wrote:
> The only place in Queensland where you would experience a temperature 
> of -17 Celsius would be in a cold storage facility, a particularly 
> cold one at that.
>
> Most of Queensland is tropical/sub-tropical and temperatures as low as 
> -17 Celsius do not occur.
>
>
> If somebody has chosen to transmit the inside temperature of his 
> refrigerator it's hardly indicative of the temperature in that area!
>
> Ray vk2tv
>
>
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