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[aprssig] Java Tracker Midlet

John Place jplace at sc.rr.com
Thu Jul 28 15:53:13 UTC 2005


Speaking of this Java stuff. Has anyone on this group taken a Web page 
that displays a map of an area and be able to drill down on that 
displayed map? Such as a snapshot of an Xastir page displayed on a web site.



AE5PL Lists wrote:

>I have released javAPRSME 1.0 for general use.  You can get it from
>http://www.aprs-is.net/javAPRSME.htm
>
>javAPRSME is a midlet (a Java application written for the mobile
>platforms) which makes use of JSR 179 (the Location API for mobile
>Java).  Some (not all by any means) cell phones with a Java virtual
>machine support this API.  If yours does, then you can use your cell
>phone to provide up-to-date tracking.  Update intervals range from 1 to
>60 minutes with a transfer of about 100 bytes total per update.  HTTP is
>used for the update so it should be compatible with most services.
>
>Some phones known to have JSR 179 implemented are some Nokia's and some
>Blackberry's.  Check your manual for your model.
>
>Have fun.
>
>73,
>
>Pete Loveall AE5PL
>mailto:pete at ae5pl.net 
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