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[aprssig] Nmea output

David W. Barrow III DavidBarrow at wi.rr.com
Sat Feb 3 20:13:32 UTC 2007


Robbie,

    Just after I acquired a 2006 Toyota Sienna I made the same inquiry. 
Toyota referred me back to the local dealer who knows nothing.  (I don't 
think they want me messing behind the console.

73 de Dave, N9UNR

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robbie, wa9inf" <mwrobertson at comcast.net>
To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
Sent: Saturday, February 03, 2007 1:30 PM
Subject: Re: [aprssig] Nmea output


> Sorry, I should have been more clearer on the "in-dash" gps/display" 
> units...
>
> I meant the units that are install by the factories in their cars that 
> have the display screen in the dash where the radios and other units, like 
> the CD/Tape players and A/C controls are.. It looks like soon these units 
> may become "standard" equipment one day, and it sure would be nice if we 
> hams could interface our APRS equipment to the in-dash gps via a rs-232 
> type of connector..
>
> Thanks,
>
> Robbie
>
> Amir Findling wrote:
>
>> The Garmin ones that will interface must have a serial connection as the 
>> D700 cannot work with a USB connection. My Garmin 60CS and 60CSx do work 
>> nicely and display the APRS stations heard as waypoints (which I have to 
>> delete every so often as they fill in the waypoint memory). Check on the 
>> Garmin site for specifications on individual units. I know the Nuvi line 
>> will not work as it only has USB output. You also need to make sure the 
>> units are NMEA capable.
>>
>>
>> The AvMAPG4T is advertized as the ultimate APES combination with the 
>> D700. Pricey though, but the display is nice.
>>
>> 73’ de Amir K9CHP Member ARRL, AMSAT #36083
>> Cayuga County Highland SAR www.highlandsar.org 
>> <http://www.highlandsar.org/>
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>> Apprentice Tracker Joel Hardin Professional Tracking Services 
>> http://www.jhardin-inc.com
>>
>>
>>
>> Matt Hunter wrote:
>>
>>>WA9INF,
>>>
>>>There are a few Garmin units that will interface with full maps, etc,
>>>with say a D700a...
>>>
>>>Matt, KB1IKN
>>>
>>>Robbie, wa9inf wrote:
>>>
>>>>Hi,
>>>>
>>>>I can not find the thread, but I think this has been discussed before..
>>>>Are any of the in-dash mounted GPS receivers/displays configured with a
>>>>data out port, nmea of course, for interfacing an APRS client?
>>>>
>>>>If so, which ones?
>>>>
>>>>Thanks in advance, while I am still browsing...
>>>>
>>>>Robbie
>>>>
>>>>
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