[aprssig] turn-key GPS

Gerry Creager N5JXS gerry.creager at tamu.edu
Tue Aug 3 18:36:50 CDT 2004

Look for *anything* that's based on SiRF technology.  SiRFSTAR might be 
the best currently.  Not sure who's making consumer hardware of them, 


Robert Bruninga wrote:
> What's today's best APRS choice for an embedded GPS 
> module at low cost?   It wIll be in another enclosure, so 
> I only need the basic module.  I will add a 1/4 wave GPS
> whip if attached antenna is not included.  LOW POWER
> is important.
> I am so sorry to have to ask this constantly recurring question
> on the SIG, but I have not  bought a new GPS in more 
> than 6 years (already have enough). so I have ignored all
> the responses to this WEEKLy question.
> but now I need it...
> thanks
> Bob
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