[aprssig] Tracking down a mobile aprs station

Charles Doughtie n5exy at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 24 17:16:48 CDT 2015


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de Charlie, N5EXY, Grid EM10fl, 
South Suburban Greater Hutto
I'm lost - where am I?  http://www.aprs.fi/n5exy-9 

Vivant omnes virgines, vivant et mulieres, semper sint in flores!
 

      From: Max Harper via aprssig <aprssig at tapr.org>
 To: aprssig <aprssig at tapr.org> 
 Sent: Friday, July 24, 2015 4:52 PM
 Subject: [aprssig] Tracking down a mobile aprs station
   
I have been trying to track down a mobile station off and on for the last couple of months. Since there aren't many aprs users in my area I thought I would track the station down and introduce myself. Not as easy as it sounds. They very rarely send a position report where they are stationary and before I can get there they have moved again. There address on QRZ is in Arizona but I'm in Alabama so that doesn't help me. Who would have thought that finding a vehicle sending out its position would be so hard. Just an observation. 
Max KG4PID
PS. The call I'm trying to track down is KC7QPI.
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