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[aprssig] Original MicEncoder

Dave Baxter dave at emv.co.uk
Tue Aug 21 08:48:00 UTC 2007


Something to do with the numeric precision of the NMEA data?   Early
TH-D7's baulked with newer GPS receivers.
 
Dave G0WBX.


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From: Wes Johnston, AI4PX [mailto:wes at ai4px.com] 
Sent: Monday, August 20, 2007 3:58 AM
To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
Subject: Re: [aprssig] Original MicEncoder
	
	
since no one else has answered, I'd say they are... the only issue I can
think of is that of the NMEA data.  There was something that changed in
NMEA 2.0 that made many trackers _not_ read GPRMC (heading and
velocity).  I'm not sure if the original mic-e fell into this category.
I guess you could use a NMEA 0183 gps unit and be fine... the aprs data
side of things hasn't changed. 
	 
Wes
	
	 
On 8/19/07, Sam Guccione <gucci1 at mchsi.com> wrote: 

Let me try my email one more time.
		
Are the original TAPR micencoders still useable? I cleaned out some
stuff I 
had and found two of them. THanks, Sam K3BY
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