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                   Tuesday, April 29, 2008 - 9:45PM

Testing aircard & Spotter Network in the mountains

By DAN ROBINSON
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Currently sitting outside of Winston-Salem, on the way home to Charleston. I decided to fire up the 'chase systems' in the car and test them as I cross the Appalachians. I know there will be plenty of dead zones for cell data, but I'm curious to see exactly where they are and how bad it actually is.

I signed on to Spotter Network (spotternetwork.com), a GPS tracking service that should be showing my live location as I travel (as long as the aircard stays connected). The ChaseCam will also be running, though all you'll see for the most part is the dark stretches of I-77.

Hi Dan, during the summer we get storms forming mostly from the south, not on your scale though ! Can you post a picture of a typical cloud formation for an aproaching storm other than a totaly dark mass !
- Posted by Mick from United Kingdom
Sorry forgot the PLEASE !!!
- Posted by Mick from United Kingdom
Hi Mick, I have some shots like this posted in my storm clouds gallery over on the main site.
- Posted by Dan R. from Charleston, WV

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