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Re: LoTW: grid squares



I suggest N/W be either in fron or behind the lat/ lon . Also some programs 
of yor used +/- for N/S E/W
Just a guess.

Art, KC6UQH
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Wayne Estes" <w9ae@charter.net>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2007 12:33 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: LoTW: grid squares


> John KD6PAG wrote:
>
> Several people have written to me about long-lat to Maidenhead
> conversion.  I know how to do that.  For example, the grid boundary near
> Four Corners is 109W02'0 37N00'0.00, which i represent as DM56lx/DM57la.
>  But LoTW won't take that.
>
> Wayne W9AE replies:
>
> I don't have an answer to your LOTW grid square problem, but I want to
> make sure everybody knows about the excellent grid square calculator
> available for download from the web site of Stacey Mills W4SM (former
> AO40 control operator).
>
> http://www.keplerian.com/
>
> I also like his "RF safety" and "Power Loss" calculator programs.
>
> Wayne Estes W9AE
> Oakland, Oregon, USA, CN83ik
>
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