[aprssig] APRS idea like this AIS replay
noskosteve at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 20 22:27:11 CST 2012
HA! HA! HA! That is hilarious! Costa-Concordia move over...
Gotta' add user specified call.
73, Steve, K9DCI USN (Vet) MOT (Ret) Ham (Yet)
--- On Fri, 1/20/12, Steve Dimse <steve at dimse.com> wrote:
> 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
> > --
> > 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
> >> 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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