30718Re: Kits and a Website
- Feb 3 1:00 PMhttp://www.byonics.com/
here is the aprs country of the kits....and much more good stuff.
> Guys, I made a GPS tracker the size of a HITEC dual conv RX and istransmiting speed, elevation, and coordinations, at 1sec interval
(adjustabile). It si very simple, has a 300mw transmiter and a small
lipo battery last forewer. Let me know if intrested, will send you
pictures and more info....
> --- On Mon, 2/2/09, eplerkeppler <eplerkeppler@...> wrote:
> From: eplerkeppler <eplerkeppler@...>
> Subject: [softrock40] Re: Kits and a Website
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Monday, February 2, 2009, 1:53 AM
> This is a very nice selection.
> I'm always amazed by your accomplishments.
> About the
> 'The Logging Barometer/Thermomet er Kit #3,'
> if it hasn't crossed your mind already, adding another mode for when
> you put it in an RC model aircraft to log maximum altitude would be
> Something where you put it into altimeter mode and then it zero's on
> the ground then you fly and when you land and can show what your
> altitude data points are ... average, max, etc.. in (feet/meters) .
> Or, if nothing else I guess you can just dump the data to your
> and crunch on the raw numbers there.the
> And then again, obviously it will probably do fine 'as is' to take
> altitude measurements as just pressures.<windy10605@ ...> wrote:
> -- Charles WC5MC
> --- In softrock40@yahoogro ups.com, "Kees & Sandy"
> > I have made a first pass at a web site for the kits I discussed
> earlier. I'm open to comments. You can search on "K5BCQ", "K5BCQ
> Homepage" and go to the last item .....or just click on
> > http://www.qsl net/k5bcq/ Kits/Kits. html
> > 73 Kees K5BCQ
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