[aprssig] GPS recommendation

Mark Williams kf6yu at cox.net
Tue Nov 28 22:14:55 CST 2006

I've got a Garmin GPSmap 60CSx (high end) and an eTrax Legend (low end) and 
both have NEMA in/out through serial and will display aprs stations as 
waypoints.  I did have trouble with TX/RX conflicts with the Legend in high 
traffic areas when I had it set up that way so now have the GPS talk only. 
There is no flow control with only three wires.

Mark, KF6YU

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "K7RJR John" <k7rjr at cox.net>
To: "aprssig" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
Sent: Friday, November 24, 2006 11:25 AM
Subject: [aprssig] GPS recommendation

>I just found out that I will be receiving a new GPS for Christmas.  I
> presently have 2 hockey puck type GPSs and a 9 year old Eagle hand held
> but would like to use one of the new mapping GPSs that provide route
> information, preferably  one with voice guidance.  Such as the Magellan
> Roadmate 2000, Tom Tom,  Garmin 300+, etc.  I'll be using a D-700 and
> want to use the GPS to show the received stations' icons on the map
> screen.
> I've been searching the web and can't find anything to indicate this
> will be possible with the newest devices.  Any help will be appreciated.
> Thanks.
> John, K7RJR
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