[aprssig] Depiction and APRS
scott at opentrac.org
Mon Sep 8 12:16:31 CDT 2014
I didn't do the map setup, so I can't speak to that. Station display
was pretty good, better than what I remember on ArcGIS anyway. Couldn't
seem to limit trail length, and that was the biggest limitation. It was
easy to bring in other data sources, though most of those required
network access. Which we *had* most of the time, but we can't count on
it out there.
On 9/4/2014 3:04 PM, Andrew P. wrote:
> What did you like about Depiction as an APRS tool versus didn't like?
> I had received a query from one of the ham radio organizers about
> using my program, but was unable to get the raster map image stuff
> working for him in time (not sure where they got the raster map from).
> I'd like to be ready for next year, and therefore would be interested
> in your observations on the Depiction program that you did use.
> Andrew, KA2DDO
> author of YAAC
> > Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2014 14:16:56 -0700
> > From: scott at opentrac.org
> > To: aprssig at tapr.org
> > Subject: [aprssig] Depiction and APRS
> > Hi all,
> > Our tracking experiment at Burning Man went pretty well - we had 22
> > self-contained trackers on a single channel with a 6-second update rate
> > (9600 baud, 4 slots/second, ~600 mW) and aside from some vehicles
> > a lot more of the time than expected and running down the batteries
> > early, we got solid tracks all week as far out as 15 miles before the
> > hills got in the way.
> > We ran Depiction for the map display, but documentation for the APRS
> > Live module is very sparse. The apparent inability to limit or clear
> > the trails for stations cluttered up the map quickly and was probably
> > the biggest problem on that side.
> > Does anyone have contact information for the developers, or know of a
> > discussion group? I'd like to follow up on this stuff while it's still
> > fresh in my mind.
> > Scott
> > N1VG
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