I think the database is already available... see recent post from Bobby - KF4GTA.
Have you checked out http://www.coloradosatellite.net/echo/graph.php
Bobby - KF4GTA
However, there seem to be only a few records in the database. We have 10 records in July and 6 records in August. I am not sure if older records in the database are deleted on a frequent basis. Or, maybe nobody is taking the time to upload telemetry data.
Randy - KI4LMR
Perhaps the TLM data could be dropped into a central database such how APRS
data is into APRS-IS/findu. This could give fancy reporting and alert
command stations that aren't near their stations to perhaps look at the next
pass of TLM, etc if there is an issue. Just an idea.
73 de Pat --- KA9SCF
On 8/25/06, Andrew Glasbrenner [email protected] wrote:
How about copying the telemetry yourself instead of asking someone
do it for you. It's there whenever the digital transmitter is, and you
download software for free to decode it.
73, Drew KO4MA
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