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APRS station HS1PRQ-14 - show graphs
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Comment: VIN:12.2V
Location: 9°57.87' N 98°37.87' E - locator NJ99HX51RL - show map - static map
459.3 yards West bearing 250° from Ranong, Ranong, Thailand [?]
13.2 miles Southwest bearing 218° from La-Un, Ranong, Thailand
52.3 miles Southwest bearing 226° from Chumphon, Chumphon, Thailand
74.3 miles Northwest bearing 320° from Surat Thani, Surat Thani, Thailand
Last position: 2016-06-25 12:32:32 EDT (241d 9h15m ago)
2016-06-25 23:32:32 ICT local time at Ranong, Thailand [?]
Altitude: 15 ft
Course: 208°
Last telemetry: 2016-06-25 12:33:56 EDT (241d 9h14m ago) – show telemetry
RxTraffic: 11 Pkt, TxTraffic: 2 Pkt, Temp: 44.200 C, GPS: 12 Sat, Voltage: 12.160 V
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Last path: HS1PRQ-14>APNN08 via E29XFU-2*,qAR,E29TXA-1 (good)
Positions stored: 16062
Other SSIDs: HS1PRQ-15
Stations near current position of HS1PRQ-14 - show more
callsign distance last heard - EST      callsign distance last heard - EST
E24DH-C5.5 miles 30°2017-02-15 02:56:43 E24DH C5.5 miles 30°2017-02-15 02:56:33
E24DH B5.5 miles 30°2017-02-15 02:56:53 E24DH-B5.5 miles 30°2017-02-15 02:57:03
E29TXA21.9 miles 226°2017-02-15 20:24:05 E29TXA-821.9 miles 226°2017-01-31 03:15:24
E25CL C22.0 miles 226°2017-02-14 00:03:39 E25CL-C22.0 miles 226°2017-02-14 00:03:49
HS8LR C29.2 miles 94°2017-02-20 11:10:09 HS8LR-C29.2 miles 94°2017-02-20 11:10:19
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