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* [http://aprs.fi aprs.fi]
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* [http://www.db0anf.de/app/aprs DB0ANF]
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[http://thetvtopc.com/Reverse_Cell_Phone_Lookup_Number reverse phone lookup]
[http://www.prlog.org/11289974-phone-number-lookup-verizon-phone-number-reverse-lookup-to-get-information-you-need-quickly.html phone number lookup]

Latest revision as of 18:44, 30 December 2011

[edit] APRS Databases

Generally speaking, APRS data in the RF environment is very short-lived.

Once gateways between local RF APRS activity and the internet APRS-IS were invented, interest arose in storing APRS data for later review. By storing the APRS packet data in a database things like tracking become more interesting.

Any internet user can do a search of the database to look at station position reports, messages, any data that made it's way into the APRS-IS system.

Probably the best known APRS database is findu.com. A more complete list of useful database sites is below.

This aspect of APRS has become overwhelmingly popular. People set up their station PATH so that their packets reach an I-Gate and make it into the findu database. This use has in many ways overshadowed the original purpose of APRS as a local, tactical, RF-based tool.

A byproduct of the whole database and APRS-IS thing is that APRS Station identifiers have to become more globally unique.

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