[aprssig] Standardized format of WX data in APRS?

Ian_Wade_G3NRW g3nrw-radio at ntlworld.com
Mon Feb 13 13:33:06 CST 2017


Some very useful test files for debugging an APRS parser I'm working on 
here. Many thanks Russ.

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Ian, G3NRW
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On 13/02/2017 19:05, Russ Chadwick wrote:
> The various WX data formats used in APRS can be seen here:
>
> http://wxqa.com/activecwd/index_activecwd.html
> http://wxqa.com/activedwd/index_activedwd.html
> http://wxqa.com/activeewd/index_activeewd.html
> http://wxqa.com/activefwd/index_activefwd.html
> http://wxqa.com/callsminmax/index_callsminmax.html
> http://wxqa.com/equal/index_equal.html
> http://wxqa.com/expt/index_expt.html
> http://wxqa.com/peetbros/index_peetbros.html
> http://wxqa.com/semi/index_semi.html
> http://wxqa.com/slash/index_slash.html
> http://wxqa.com/unders/index_unders.html
>
> where the first four are meant for non-hams.  Any other types not 
> falling into one of these 11 categories show up here,
>
> http://wxqa.com/other/index_other.html
>
> All of these near real-time packets (about 110,000/hour) go to findu 
> where they are processed into a standard format and sent to 
> NOAA/NWS/NCEP and merged into the MADIS surface data set for use by 
> the meteorological community.
>
> https://madis.ncep.noaa.gov/madis_cwop.shtml
> https://madis.noaa.gov/
>



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