[HamWAN PSDR] HamWAN Coverage Map
Nigel Vander Houwen
nigel at nigelvh.com
Sun Jul 12 08:51:56 PDT 2020
Thanks for the notes, I believe there was some chat on the metopes side about getting the appropriate data to Tom so the map could be updated, but I do expect some lag as summer tends to be the season for the hardware side of the house. I’ll ping the team again to make sure it isn’t lost.
> On Jul 8, 2020, at 12:39 PM, Stephen Kangas <stephen at kangas.com> wrote:
> Rattlesnake Mtn has not yet been added either. No hurry, just a note for the list.
> Stephen W9SK
> From: PSDR <psdr-bounces at hamwan.org> On Behalf Of Rob Martin via PSDR
> Sent: Wednesday, July 08, 2020 12:28 PM
> To: psdr at hamwan.org
> Subject: [HamWAN PSDR] HamWAN Coverage Map
> First, before making any other remarks, I want to acknowledge the size of the task of maintaining the HamWAN web site, and say thank you to all involved.
> That said, I am wondering just how current is the information on the coverage map? If it were an engineering drawing, there would be revision information and a summary of changes. Does this exist?
> I have two requests that I believe would be beneficial and not be overly burdensome:
> 1. Publish the date of the most recent updates to the map, perhaps directly under the title "State of the Puget Sound Data Ring", a statement like this: "Map updated: 2020-07-15".
> 2. Publish a list of the HamWAN access points that contribute to the red coverage information overlayed on the map. I know that an AP has been added at Blyn, and at the time of writing this the map does not reflect the change, but are there others yet to be included? Just a list would be useful. It could go right under the above-suggested map updated statement.
> Thank you for considering this.
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