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[aprssig] Inexpensive use of Trackers

Dave Waterman dwaterman at charter.net
Tue Jul 15 16:55:22 UTC 2008


How would you  archive the data for several weeks worth-to be reviewed
upon returning

John

I monitor for activity at that site every day with aprs.fi and keep a 
log of events which I use to compare with reports I get from my 
realtor, repair people, etc.

73
Dave


At 09:33 AM 7/15/2008, you wrote:
>Dave Waterman wrote:
>
> >I found an inexpensive solution in my junk
> >box.  I took out an old IC-2AT HT and a spare TinyTrak.  There was
> >one item I needed to purchase - I went to Home Depot and bought a
> >motion-sensing light switch.
> >
> > Now when someone enters the house, I get one or
> >two 'pings' per detection when they arrive and again when they
> >leave.  We now know when, and for how long, someone was in the house
> >by checking the log of events for that site.
> >
>How would you  archive the data for several weeks worth-to be reviewed
>upon returning
>
>John
>
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>John Mc Hugh, K4AG
>Coordinator for Amateur Radio
>National Hurricane Center, WX4NHC
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