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[aprssig] APRS Radio

Stan - N0YXV n0yxv at gihams.org
Tue Jan 10 06:28:11 UTC 2006


Saw a police unit that combined a GPS, 802.11, traditional radio interface,
a DVR and up to 4 camera input. It was built into a laptop configuration
that had a hardened steal unbreakable (ya right) case. DVR was in a metal
box in the trunk. When ever the unit saw a specific 802.11 radio it would
could be set to start automatically uploading all the information the unit
had gathered. The information that it uploaded not only included old GPS
data and reports but video from the DVR. GPS data could be routed via
traditional police band radio and/or 802.11 for real time tracking. Just
think an office could park his/her car in the police lot and two or three
donuts later have all the days reports loaded in the office server. Video
upload might take a couple dozen donuts or more to upload. :-)


> -----Original Message-----
> From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org
> [mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of William McKeehan
> Sent: Monday, January 09, 2006 6:03 AM
> To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [aprssig] APRS Radio
>
>
> I heard about some police that have a GPS with a display integrated into a
> speaker mic that they use in conjunction with some type of
> positioning system.
> This was at a hamfest and I did not get any details, but it sounds like an
> interesting idea.
>
> I love my D700 and D7 also...but would love to see things evolve
> just a little
> more.
>
> On Sun, January 8, 2006 10:31 pm, kb2scs at optonline.net said:
> > Hi All
> >          I really do like my Kenwood D700.
> > But what I would really like is for Kantronics to come out with a
> > dual band Radio with a GPS also built in.
> >
> > Think of a D700 with all its features and a KPC3 for the built in TNC
> > with a GPS to boot.
> >
> > Only problem is that the price of the radio would probably be out of
> > reach for most if not all Hams.
> >
> > On 8 Jan 2006 at 20:53, Wes Johnston wrote:
> >
> >> That would be the alinco 135 and/or the kenwood d700.  They
> both contain
> >> the same TNC made by tasco which is (mostly) tnc-2 compatible.
> >>
> >> All this talk recently on the sig about what kenwood will/won't do
> > with
> >> firmware has got my eyeing an older kenwood... was it the V7a?  The
> > one
> >> that you could make the data port dedicated to one side or the
> > other.
> >>
> >> Wes
> >>
> >
> > Let us hope we never witness the "Silence Of The Hams"
> > 73 DE John  KB2SCS
> >        E-Mail:            kb2scs at arrl.net
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> >
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