[aprssig] Simplest P-n-P APRS WX stn

Janet Kirk isobar at verizon.net
Sat Jun 20 11:53:43 CDT 2009

Davis Wireless. Expensive, but rugged and simple. It's just plug and play 
with no wiring to sensors. Can output to a regular TNC & radio, or just  to 
a computer for automatatedTCPIP output to CWOP (no rf needed).

Bob Kirk

At 02:08 PM 6/19/2009, Robert Bruninga wrote:
>What is the simplest approach to a stand-alone WX station?
>My original 1994 Peet Bros station that I used to develop APRS
>wx is inop, mostly due to squirrel damage to all cables, that I
>have not followed WX at all in recent years.
>But a Wind Guy at an excellent location wants to put up a WX
>station and I don't want to have to help him (he sounds like a
>non-tool kinda guy).  I just want him to be able to pay$$$ and
>install something that puts his APRS WX on the air.  So no home
>brew or configuration intense solutions are desirred.
>I checked out CWOP site and ther presentation on WX stations
>doesn't even say anything about Peet.  I assumed a Peet in
>stand-alone packet mode and a small TNC/Radio would be the way
>to go, but no mention...
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