[aprssig] Anybody seen mologogo.com?
gregg at wonderly.org
Fri Dec 2 23:14:37 CST 2005
> I know, that's not ham radio. But it presents an inexpensive way to get a RADIO
> AND GPS and get that data reported out in realtime from most parts of the
> country--and get that traffic OFF CONGESTED APRS FREQS.
> I haven't verified their claims, I haven't looked at the Java applet, I'm not a
> programmer. And no, I don't want to spend six bucks a month when a radio could
> do it for free. <G>
> I'm just saying that there's an interesting tool out there, at a reasonable
> price, that might tie into APRS and the APRS servers very nicely. It would seem
> worthy of a look, no?
This is interesting. The important thing is that NexTel used to require that
you be a registered developer in order to download an application into your
phone, or any other customers phone. This may have changed. Many of the other
cell provides support over the air (OTA) downloading via http requests using the
built in web browser.
So, the primary issue with switching the software may be whether you can
actually download the phone. Second, the connectivity out of the phones is
proxied on the 10.X.X.X network, so they have certain abilities in routing
control, to limit what servers such a phone might connect to.
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