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APRS station DO2WDJ - show graphs
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Comment: QRV via DPRS
Location: 53°04.60' N 8°08.09' E - locator JO43BB68EJ - show map - static map
2.8 miles West bearing 284° from Wardenburg, Lower Saxony, Germany [?]
6.8 miles Southwest bearing 204° from Oldenburg, Lower Saxony, Germany
27.9 miles West bearing 270° from Bremen, Bremen, Germany
82.7 miles Northwest bearing 307° from Hannover, Lower Saxony, Germany
Last position: 2016-08-07 10:11:20 EDT (261d 17h55m ago)
2016-08-07 16:11:20 CEST local time at Wardenburg, Germany [?]
Altitude: -44 ft
Course: 184°
Speed: 1 MPH
Last path: DO2WDJ>API51 via DSTAR*,qAR,DB0OL-B (good)
Positions stored: 36
Stations near current position of DO2WDJ - show more
callsign distance last heard - EDT      callsign distance last heard - EDT
DF3DT-92.4 miles 64°2017-04-24 11:21:35 DH2BAO2.5 miles 65°2017-04-12 11:21:18
DH2BAO-72.5 miles 65°2017-04-19 12:38:37 DO2BSI-13.4 miles 58°2017-04-16 11:21:28
DO2BSI-93.4 miles 58°2017-04-25 13:10:04 DB4BJ-84.2 miles 27°2017-04-26 04:03:13
DB4BJ-44.3 miles 27°2017-04-04 02:31:35 DB4BJ-94.5 miles 27°2017-04-21 10:53:23
DL8BDR5.3 miles 13°2017-04-22 11:21:52 DO1BCK-55.5 miles 35°2017-04-24 14:26:34
DL1BKA-55.6 miles 64°2017-04-23 23:46:40 DO4HBB-76.1 miles 52°2017-04-24 07:33:19
DL5FJW6.3 miles 111°2017-03-27 13:43:42 DB0OL6.3 miles 44°2017-04-26 04:04:32
DB0OL-106.3 miles 44°2017-04-26 03:55:49 B0O6.3 miles 44°2017-04-10 10:53:29
DB0OL B6.3 miles 45°2017-04-26 03:56:27 DB0OL-B6.3 miles 45°2017-04-26 03:56:37
DD8BF-96.4 miles 219°2017-04-19 09:11:07 DL2YM-106.5 miles 25°2017-04-01 07:35:53
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