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Old 04-04-2011, 02:28 PM
 
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Location: Ohio River Mile 545.9
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Actually, there are holes in the coverage. I was invited to join the network of AIS "reporting stations" to help cover the "hole" in my area, but I didn't have the dedicated internet connection at that time. There was an offer ($50/month) where you would receive a no-cost AIS receiver if you agreed to be setup as a host AIS reporting station to improve coverage. I'm not sure if that offer is still available, but I was not able to take advantage of it at that time, and so there remains reduced coverage between Madison and Vevay... (a problem not limited to marinetraffic.com).
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