Re: Small Affordable Self-Contained APRS?
- Look at http://wiki.argentdata.com/index.php?title=T3-Micro
12v to usb for power. Make your own cable to radio of choice
I have a discontinued http://www.byonics.com/mt-8000fa that does the
same job but needs a gps puck and antenna
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> If I needed a small affordable self-contained APRS device
> to mount somewhat-stealth on a vehicle or a trailer (so
> hait's unlikely to be stolen or vandalized) what would that
> In one app (a sedan) I can probably use a taped-on glass
> antenna which would blend with an existing rear-window
> antenna - then put the gear under the rear deck near the
> speakers & grab 12vdc from wires in the trunk area.
> In the other apps I'd need to be somewhat more creative.
> Thanks! & 73, KD4E.com
> David Colburn - Nevils, Georgia USA
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The T3 micro has a built-in GPS receiver. Perhaps you're thinking of the T3 mini, which requires an external GPS receiver.
> Will you include a GPS?