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APRS station W5BNW - show graphs
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Comment: Cliff from Bangs
Location: 31°43.50' N 99°06.50' W - locator EM01KR74AA - show map - static map
1.5 miles East bearing 69° from Bangs, Brown County, Texas, United States [?]
9.2 miles East bearing 69° from Cleveland, Coleman County, Texas, United States
61.9 miles Southeast bearing 144° from Abilene, Taylor County, Texas, United States
82.2 miles Northwest bearing 301° from Copperas Cove, Coryell County, Texas, United States
Last position: 2017-05-19 18:40:08 EDT (92d 9h25m ago)
2017-05-19 17:40:08 CDT local time at Bangs, United States [?]
Position ambiguous: Precision reduced at transmitter by 2 digits, position resolution approximately 1.2 miles.
Last path: W5BNW>APO001 via TCPIP*,qAC,AE5PL-JF
Positions stored: 50
Stations near current position of W5BNW - show more
callsign distance last heard - EDT      callsign distance last heard - EDT
Police6.2 miles 89°2017-08-20 03:22:59 Ambulance7.5 miles 100°2017-08-20 03:49:20
Red Cross7.5 miles 96°2017-08-20 03:26:57 Fire 17.6 miles 94°2017-08-20 03:20:09
EL-4970977.9 miles 104°2017-08-20 04:02:39 IRLP79977.9 miles 104°2017-08-20 03:53:01
KF5AOK-27.9 miles 104°2017-08-12 19:37:35 KF5AOK-57.9 miles 104°2017-08-20 03:54:34
KF5AOK8.0 miles 104°2017-08-20 03:49:52 Fire 29.0 miles 111°2017-08-20 03:56:59
K5BWD-109.1 miles 105°2017-08-20 03:59:16 N5TBS-109.1 miles 105°2017-07-31 06:42:34
Early PD9.7 miles 83°2017-08-20 03:49:03 KBWD10.6 miles 61°2017-08-19 13:40:38
WD9ARW-112.3 miles 72°2017-08-19 16:55:32 N5AG-121.3 miles 70°2017-08-16 15:08:18
N5AG-521.4 miles 69°2017-08-20 03:40:12 K5BWD-1131.1 miles 66°2017-08-20 03:58:05
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