I've got a new APRS tracker (AB5ZW-2). It's a portable unit, so sometimes it will be in a vehicle, pedestrian-mobile, or maritime-mobile in my kayak.
|Current Location (raw data and 3 maps)||Current Location (raw data and 3 maps)|
|Current Location (medium zoom)||Current Location (medium zoom)|
|Current Location (larger zoom)||Current Location (larger zoom)|
|Track history for last 24 hours (dots)||Track history for last 24 hours (dots)|
|Track history for last 24 hours (line)||Track history for last 24 hours (line)|
|Track history for the last week||Track history for the last week|
|Current location on weather radar||Current location on weather radar|
|Raw position data for the last week||Raw position data for the last week|
Note: On the "current location" page, be sure to check the time since that last report was received. Sometimes "My current position" is not actually my current position, but rather the last time someone received my signal.
The system that allows my position to be transmitted via ham radio, received by other stations, and then viewed on the internet is a very new technology, so there are alot of things that could go wrong. It also depends on whether I am close to receiving stations. Some areas have no receivers, so you will not see any position updates while I'm in these areas. So sometimes the web page doesn't always work, and sometimes it looks like I've been sitting in the same location for awhile.