[aprssig] 14 day APRS posit archive download?
noskosteve at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 1 20:26:25 EDT 2012
APRS.fi has a standsrd 7 day look back. It is on the right side:
It also has/had? the ability to pick a date/time range up to (I think) a year in the past. When you enter a call sign, you will see on the right, rear tabs. They are below your call and above the "Other SSID" and "Other Views" areas.
I thought he was going to that feature for memory considerations.
I was able to grab the entire track of that trans Alantic balloon that made it east of Spain last December. Several years ago, I also grabbed a vacation trip around Crater Lake several weeks after returing.
There is also the "Data export tool" on the right that goes back 6 months.
The long term U.S. tracking on FindU has been OOS for some time - says it can't find the map/cgi or something like that.
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--- On Sun, 7/1/12, Dave B <dave at g8kbv.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> So, is there anyway known to man, cat, beast or
> ??? To recover my
> entire track from June the 16th to June the 30th?
> I can see the last 7 days on aprs.fi, but the download link
> goes to a
> google login. All I'd like is a blob of
> data I can import into UiView
> (or similar.)
> Or is it all lost for good now? :-(
> Cheers All.
> Dave G0WBX-7 (G8KBV) Navigator/co-driver Team 33.
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