Portsdown users map

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borzwatson
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by borzwatson » Fri Mar 17, 2017 2:35 pm

Hi Noel,

Please add me, M0ZSU IO91mk RG6 4AD.

Have built the Modulator board, gathering courage to see if the smoke stays in at the weekend! :D

73

Simon M0ZSU

W8KHP
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by W8KHP » Sat Mar 18, 2017 2:42 pm

In looking at the Portsdown User Map I see an entry for Hebron in OH. Unless there are actually two people in Hebron I suspect that the entry should be for Hebron, KY 41048 which is my QTH. I do have a Portsdown running although mainly to communicate with myself across the desk. I have it driving a DATV Express board. Locally for digital we use DVB-T with Hi-Des equipment.

Thank you.

73 Al W8KHP

G8NXG
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by G8NXG » Sat Mar 18, 2017 3:37 pm

Hi Noel,

Great idea!

Please add me: Rob G8NXG.

(Presume shown as at Littlehampton on the map)

73s
Robert G8NXG

g8gtz
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by g8gtz » Sun Mar 19, 2017 8:47 am

All updated - let me know if you want your call sign / name against the pin in your town.

Note, the way "My Gmaps" work is different to normal Gmaps and I can only search on place name not Postcodes or QRA, so name of place only please.

Noel

G8EOJ
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by G8EOJ » Sun Mar 19, 2017 11:21 am

Noel - G8EOJ Redditch not G4EOJ - its a real callsign hi.

o l d
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by o l d » Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:59 pm

Hello,

You can ad my call PA0OLD,my QTH is allready on the map( Sint Annaparochie).
I have my Portsdown working with the I and Q on my old Digilite transmitter on 23 cm....!
I am working on the Portsdown filter-modulator board.

73 Jaap PA0OLD

g8gtz
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by g8gtz » Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:50 pm

I've changed the sharing access so if you use the link you can edit your marker and put your own name / callsign or other details in.

You will have to make an assumption which is you - I just put them to the nearest postal town based on your order address.

Note you still can not add a new marker, so drop us a note here if you are missing.

I'll be putting this on a new "Portsdown Community" page in the wiki shortly.

73 Noel - G8GTZ

o l d
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by o l d » Tue Mar 21, 2017 10:51 am

hello,

On my qth you placed my callsign.
But there is typo i think.
My callsign is PA0OLD and not RA0OLD.
That should place me in Russia HI !
Please can you change it ?

Greeting from PA0OLD
Jaap
Sint Annaparochie.

g8gtz
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by g8gtz » Wed Sep 06, 2017 7:46 pm

Hi

I have just updated the Portsdown user map to include call signs for all the 171 users we now have!

To do this I reloaded the .csv file so for data protection reasons all locations have been reset to the nearest town and any comments you added have been lost - if you want to move your marker nearer to your proper location, simply slick on your pin and drag it across the map.

This is a really useful resource to show your nearest Portsdown "buddie" / mentor is - the map is located here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=16rtNS ... sp=sharing

73 Noel - G8GTZ

F1NST-Bernard
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Re: Portsdown users map

Post by F1NST-Bernard » Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:12 am

Hello,
Unfortunately it is not possible to move my pin on the map. I'm in the middle of the sea, it doesn't matter, it is the Mediterranean HI!
Could you replace same in JN23QG? if possible near my neighbour and friend F6GXI.
It is great to see that many French OM are using Portsdown.

73 Bernard F1NST

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