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[aprssig] Moving Map SW

Andrew Rich vk4tec at people.net.au
Sun May 11 03:05:27 UTC 2008


Do you have a laptop and a wireless net connection ?

I have been using AGWTracker which grabs google earth maps.


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Michael Carey 
  To: TAPR APRS Mailing List 
  Sent: Sunday, May 11, 2008 12:39 PM
  Subject: Re: [aprssig] Moving Map SW


  Hi Vic,
  NetAPRS from Darryl Smith VK2TDS of Radioactive Networks :-
  http://www.radio-active.net.au/web/tracking/netaprs.html
  runs between OziExplorer and UI-View and creates OziExplorer waypoints 
  from ARPS info on UIView. I believe it is still a work in progress with 
  Darryl creating a new sleeker version (I think, I hope). This is 
  something I would pay money for. The current version works but uses .NET 
  framework and is a little processor heavy and it has a few issues, bugs 
  and non working features.
  I too like the mapping that OziExplorer provides and I need a reliable, 
  flexible interface to the APRS network.
  I don't know of anything else in the wind that does this with OziExplorer.
  Michael.
  VK5ZEA


  Vic Fraenckel wrote:
  > Is there any viable aprs software that uses oziexplorer for moving 
  > map. I would like to track manned balloons on U.S. Sectional charts. 
  > Would UI-View be a better product for this?
  >
  > Any enlightenment will be appreciated.
  >
  > Vic
  >
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