Re: LS-* objects near CLAYTN digipeater
Actually, with the qAC(WG3K-NJ), I think it went via RF and back
into the APRS-IS. If this is an RF station of your's, then
hopefully Enables / Ports / Log All is checked and there should be
a *.PKT file in the APRSIS32 directory with a copy of all the
RF-received packets. Can you check in there for any LS-FN*
The report was for FN20*, but this one is probably close enough in FN42. I can't believe there'd be more than one IGate pushing them through to RF.
BTW, for anyone considering this, the SZ-* objects are much fewer and update slightly less often than the LS-* individual (and grouped) strikes. SZ-* (Strike Zone) only go to 4 character gridsquare while LS-* (Lightning Strike) go down to 6 character gridsquare and change their overlay depending on how many strikes are in that square. The SZ will move around showing the centroid of the strikes within the larger square. The comment should show the total number of strikes in the last 10 minutes within the square as well. At least, I think that's the way it works from memory.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 6/3/2020 9:05 PM, Fred Hillhouse wrote: