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[aprssig] Glider tracking

Steve Noskowicz noskosteve at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 9 14:08:03 UTC 2007


 Cool stuff,

  If I read the pictures correctly, you could re-wire
the DB-9 to allow monitoring the GPS data when the box
is closed, no?

  From the RoHS on the label, it's also lead-free to
boot! (:-)

73, Steve, K9DCI


--- Andrew Rich <vk4tec at people.net.au> wrote:

> Gudday
> 
> I have been playing the last few days with putting a
> GPS inside my 434 MHz
> glider tracker.
> 
> I have almost got it all inside the box now. I got
> hold of a Garmin GPS15H -
> very nice and tidy unit.
> 
> Here are some more photos of my dabbling.
> 
> I note that the GPS15H does -5 to +5 on the data
> port unlike my GPS 18 which
> does 0 to +5 volts swing
> 
> You can also see some photos of a much smaller GPS
> called a LEA from Ublox.
> 
> This is all great stuff for learning how to reduce
> the size of any tracking
> projects.
> 
> enjoy
> 
> http://vk4tec.no-ip.org/data/glidertx/glidertx/
> 
> Andrew VK4TEC
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