[aprssig] N5RJV Needs assistance
bruninga at usna.edu
Tue Feb 17 08:05:00 CST 2015
Yep, KE4NYV lives and works in that area and should have no problem finding
the signal. Looking at the PHG plot of the two systems that hear it,
KE4NYV-2 and N3KNT-1 sure points to very close to KE4NYV as the starting
point to monitor for the packets.
On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 8:52 AM, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
> This sounds like a FUN APRS Challenge! And it will be hard. What is his
> TX rate? If we know hat, then we KNOW when to listen. ANd listening on RF
> will be very important.
> Also doing a simple APRS Omni-DF-plot of all the digi's that hear him
> direct should nail down the area.
> I just fired up my old APRS RF system and will start watching.
> Bob, WB4APR
> On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 12:11 AM, Carl Davis <kb1ejh at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Can either of you help me help N5RJV? His call is being used on APRS on
>> the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. I contacted him tonight by email and
>> will be following up with him via phone. He relates that he sold the
>> equipment 7-8 years ago and now someone is using it with his call and an
>> old path of WIDE4-4 which is killing the APRS network after we worked to
>> clean it up.
>> Any idea on how I can track the offending station down with an APRS
>> foxhunt? I have looked at the data and it appears to be coming from
>> Worcester or Wicomico counties. We would all like to clear this up without
>> having to track down the fcc.
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