david.leonard at itee.uq.edu.au
Wed Oct 17 13:22:57 EST 2001
On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, Reynolds, Alfred typed thusly:
> I can supply a reasonably complete set of digital terrain data for the
> eastern sea board in DTED level 1 format (which is fine for radio line of
> sight work). I also have the c code to load the data and produce height
> profiles :) I may even be able to provide code to spit out path losses
> between two points (I need to double check copyright on that).
> What I don't have lots of is time :)
> The data is about 500mb worth, if someone is interested I will look into
> making up a web frontend to the data and algorithms (right now I have a java
> based app).
David Arnold just alerted me to this thread... Mmmm, DTED level 1...
The AUSLIG DEM i got was 9 second res and has shown to be problematic in two
- it's almost useless for people nearby each other (ie within 1km)
since its so coarse
- its data from a *surface model*.. ie buildings, trees, etc.
structures are removed and its just the ground level... so
it gives misleading plots in some cases.
DTED 1 (www.fas.org/irp/program/core/dted.htm) is 3 second arc (~100m res)
and (although I'm not sure) it is also a surface model that ignores structures?
Can you confirm this?
Alfred, it would be really nice if you could put up a HTTP interface that
allowed people to retreive raw segments of your data... of course perhaps
limited to say squares of size 1 minute of arc? :)
I would certainly extend the brismesh mapping tools to make use of that! :)
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