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[aprssig] Clueless HF Beacon Received!

Gregory A. Carter gcarter at openaprs.net
Fri Aug 13 05:44:27 UTC 2010


Ya'll are like APRS stalkers. :)

Greg

On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 9:57 PM, Stephen H. Smith <wa8lmf2 at aol.com> wrote:

>  The world-wide HF propagation from near the equator in the Pacific is
> absolutely amazing.
>
> Looking at the raw packet listings on findu for  ZS1TA-9,  it appears that
> at various times he has been received and gated to the Internet from:
>
>   *   The U.S. west coast
>   *    From Australia
>   *    From coastal Western Europe
>   *    From the U.S. mid-west and south-east
>   *    From central Europe
>   *    From the northern U.S. east coast.
>
>
> I've temporarily set "my location" in VOAprop to his, to compare how
> closely the predicted propagation agrees with where he is really getting out
> to.
>
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