Realt time interface
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What I Finally did was query the log file every 10 minutes. When lightning strikes are detected within 50 miles of my location I query every 5 minutes.Here's an example string I use to query the log: 

http://data.blitzortung.org/Data_3/Prote.../18/10.log 

The 18/10 is the UTC time. The log file is written every 10 minutes, and the 10 minute value is from the previous 10 min block, i.e. when the log file was started, not when it was closed.  The filename downloaded will be the 10 minute period & .log, ie. 10.log for this example.  

Hope this helps.

Ken, W7KKE
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Realt time interface - by JoLefrac - 2016-05-04, 10:07
RE: Realt time interface - by cutty - 2016-05-05, 09:20
RE: Realt time interface - by W7KKE - 2016-06-22, 23:45
RE: Realt time interface - by W7KKE - 2016-06-23, 19:21
RE: Realt time interface - by broncus - 2016-10-06, 17:46
RE: Realt time interface - by W7KKE - 2016-10-06, 18:28
RE: Realt time interface - by broncus - 2016-10-06, 19:10



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