[aprssig] APRS idea like this AIS replay

Steve Dimse steve at dimse.com
Fri Jan 20 19:43:30 CST 2012

Been there since 1996!


Only problem is computers are so much faster now than 15 years ago that it flies by too fast, and screens are bigger so the applet ought to be bigger.

I passed javAPRS off to Pete AE5PL, I don't know if he has added any more modern map types like Google or a way throttle the speed, but those are certainly possible.

Steve K4HG

On Jan 20, 2012, at 8:28 PM, Steve Noskowicz wrote:

>  Among others, I downloaded the K6RPT-11 trans-Atlantic balloon crossing data to Excel and plotted altitude and battery voltage in a chart - easy.
> However, I was thinking one of the bored brainiacs might consider an on-line animation type of thing.  Put in an APRS call and time period and watch it jump around...  Not as pretty as that AIS animation, but could be interesting at times.  One could interpolate between posits for a smoother animation (That part I can do).
> -- 
> 73, Steve, K9DCI  
> Fundamentals of Piecewise Polynomial Interpolation: 
> http://k9dci.home.comcast.net/~k9dci/site/?/page/Piecewise_Polynomial_Interpolation/ 
> --- Charles Blackburn wrote:
>> if you have the aprs data yes you
>> can, in fact I've done this exact same thing albeit a
>> loooong time ago. I wrote a small script that listens for
>> posits from a specified call and just writes the coords out
>> to a csv file.
>> charlie 
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