[aprssig] Looking for an inexpensive GPS

Jeff Kelly jkelly at bellatlantic.net
Fri Apr 20 06:04:31 CDT 2007

I use a UT-41 with IGuidance and it works fine.
It has a serial driver program to let it work with "serial programs"
Not sure it will work with your app.



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From: "Bob" <k8ys at fuse.net>
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Subject: [aprssig] Looking for an inexpensive GPS

>I am looking for a source for an inexpensive (read that as CHEAP) GPS.
> I need it to be USB as it will be dedicated to the motorhome to be used
> as a tracker.
> I have a Garmin GPS2+ but it is deaf, it needs to see the sky with
> nothing in the way except glass, and I have a Pharos i360 (I think, it
> was part of my Axim deal) and it is sensitive enough to see thru the
> fiberglass/rubber roof.
> Trouble is, I forgot to take needed cables, so now I am looking for a
> GPS that I can dedicate.
> I __ALMOST__ bought a new GPS with Streets & Trips 2007 while at
> WalMart, but just could not part with $118 knowing that I can buy the
> same thing on ePay for half that when I got home.
> Bob K8YS
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