The tables below represent the distances between all our current “835 on the 805” Ham participants. The locations were based on each operator’s address listed on our “Mid Hudson Hams Heard on VHF Spring 2020” map version. Each operators QTH was then converted to set of latitude and longitude coordinates. Lastly, a distance calculation was performed based on the Haversine formula. For those who may be unfamiliar with the Haversine formula, it essentially is the planar geometry Law of Cosines adapted to spherical geometry arc distances. The Haversine formula is especially meaningful as distances between points become larger and larger (this is where planar trigonometry precision would break down).
Any new ham participants to our “835 on the 805” will be happily added to this table and in time we look forward to the growth of this roster!
Included below are both color and black & white versions of the tables, simply meant to accommodate everyone’s home printers. Also included at the end is the Excel file for those wishing to download to their own computers.