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Monday, June 5, 2006

roadtrip redux

In my blog entry for May 31, I wrote about my roadtrip to New Hampshire with APRS running in Land Barge II, "The TH-D7(G) indicated that its APRS packets were being digipeated throughout the roundtrip, but when I arrived home and checked the APRS track on the Internet, it showed a gap between Greenfield, MA, and Brattleboro, VT, and a complete lack of Internet coverage north of Claremont, NH."

I revisited the data and discovered that one APRS packet north of Claremont, NH, did make it back to the Internet afterall. That successful packet originated from our destination in Sugar Hill, NH, which is no big surprise since that location offered a great view of the whole Presidential Range (see the photo that I shot across the street from Polly's Pancake Parlor).

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