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[aprssig] Just how does one set pos ambiguity?

Jesse (KC5LOS) kc5los at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 30 21:43:10 UTC 2008


Just replace the 2 decimal places with spaces. I do this with places 
where my digis are on commercial towers. It does update the posit when 
you change the decimals.. It'll move it within a mile or so of where the 
exact location is depending on how close you are to .00 x .00 unless you 
just so happen to be right in the .00 lat and .00 long then you might 
want to try moving the .00 to .50 or something like that.

I created a POS list for most of the texas repeaters and since I don't 
have exact lat and longs I use the posit ambibuity and I do it mostly to 
protect the repeater sites just in case.

Jess

Joseph M. Durnal wrote:
> Why would you want to - so someone doesn't go vandalize your antenna
> or steal your equipment.  It really depends on your site - my club's
> site is very obscure but pretty easy to access, and nobody would ever
> see you there.  So we don't give away its exact location.
> 
> Some APRS clients will plot the position as if the empty spaces were
> zeros, others will plot the object the same way, but give an area
> indication instead of a single point.
> 
> 73 de Joseph Durnal NE3R




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