Re: [tracker2] Re: Getting GPS data from one port, and the updates on 2nd port?
- Yep, KISS will work simultaneously as well.
> To be so greedy (after reading the manual), I wonder if it can also
> connect to a computer via KISS mode (computer will be running APRS
> software like APRSPoint, or a PDA running AWGTracker or something like
> that), and while still maintain one or both function as in my first post?
> If so, this will be the ultimate set up. I would hate to have to set
> up independent system for each of the configuration. Sometimes I
> might be lazy and want to use just the Garmin Nuvi, but if I have the
> computer or PDA around then I might want to play w/ more of the
> innards in APRS data etc (but while reserving the basic of an always
> on tracker).
> Am I thinking too far out?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:tracker2%40yahoogroups.com>,
> "ve7mdt" <ve7mdt@...> wrote:
> > My plan is as follows and I want to find out if it can work this way:
> > permanently installed GPS receiver (SiRF III, serial out, NMEA
> > protocol), will feed the Tracker2 for position 24/7 in my car, even
> > when my car is parked and everything else turned off.
> > Tracker2 will perform tracking function 24/7, even when parked (of
> > course not sending updates as often as when mobile).
> > Tracker2 will talk to Garmin Nuvi 750 when Garmin unit is docked, but
> > only for updating waypoints from APRS traffic, message sending and
> > receiving, but not getting the GPS data from here, because there is
> > already a dedicated GPS receiver from above.
> > I know Tracker2 has 2 ports, but I want to know how this could work.
> > When both data are fed into Tracker2 will it get confused, or if there
> > is a way to select where it gets its GPS data from?
> > I'll try to read the User Guide but thought I'll throw it out here if
> > this will work.
> > Thanks,
> > David