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APRS item CT2IOV DP - show graphs
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Source callsign: CT2IOV
Comment: DMRplus Loule 433.4500MHz
Location: 37°57.06' N 8°26.34' W - locator IM57SW78HF - show map - static map
14.6 miles East bearing 108° from Santiago do Cacém, Santiago do Cacém, Setúbal, Portugal [?]
15.8 miles West bearing 289° from Aljustrel, Aljustrel, Beja, Portugal
64.9 miles Southeast bearing 144° from Lisbon, Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
70.1 miles Southeast bearing 142° from Amadora, Amadora, Lisbon, Portugal
Last position: 2018-04-02 08:45:53 EDT (52d 4h36m ago)
2018-04-02 13:45:53 WEST local time at Santiago do Cacém, Portugal [?]
Last path: CT2IOV>APDG02 via TCPIP*,qAU,DMRAPRS
Positions stored: 1
Stations near current position of CT2IOV DP - show more
callsign distance last heard - EDT      callsign distance last heard - EDT
CQ0PLA-114.0 miles 281°2018-05-19 03:07:51 FW010316.7 miles 176°2018-05-24 13:18:18
EW380322.4 miles 272°2018-05-24 13:15:49 CT2HDQ22.7 miles 122°2018-05-23 17:00:25
CT2HDQ B22.7 miles 122°2018-05-23 17:08:06 CT2HDQ-B22.7 miles 122°2018-05-23 17:08:16
DK5BD-1024.4 miles 48°2018-05-24 13:08:04 CS7ANU-725.9 miles 131°2018-04-30 14:15:55
CT2HDQ-726.3 miles 132°2018-05-14 16:59:34 CS7AHJ B31.6 miles 82°2018-05-19 16:50:11
CS7AHJ-B31.6 miles 82°2018-05-19 16:50:21 CS7AHJ31.6 miles 82°2018-05-19 17:00:09
CT7ACN B31.7 miles 82°2018-05-24 13:03:24 CT7ACN-B31.7 miles 82°2018-05-24 13:03:34
CT7ACN31.7 miles 82°2018-05-24 13:00:40
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