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APRS Information APRS was developed by Bob Bruninga, WB4APR, for tracking and digital communications with mobile GPS equipped stations with two-way radio. It has grown to encompass just about every aspect of Amateur Radio. TAPR supports this aspects of the hobby... Read more

Presentations TAPR provides streaming media covering APRS related presentations. Presentations and interviews by Steve Dimse, K4HG, Bob Bruninga, WB4APR, Mike Heskett, WB5QLD, Keith Sproul, WU2Z, Guy Story, KC5GOI, and others. Topics include marriage of APRS and the Internet, APRS Mic encoder, Getting started in APRS, Windows and Mac APRS, AMSAT Mobile TRAKNET, and more... Read more

GPS Antennas Antenna 97 TAPR provides several GPS antennas for APRS and GPS projects. These include the Motorola Antenna ANT1A

GPS Receivers TAPR provides sveral different GPS receivers suitable for use with APRS and GPS projects. These currently include the Garmin GPS-18PC.

APRS PIC-Encoder The TAPR PIC-Encoder (PIC-E) is a general-purpose packet radio encoder based on the Microchip, Inc. PIC16F84 PIC microcontroller. The PIC-E was designed to provide a generic interface between the digital world (in the form of serial data streams) and the amateur packet radio world (in the form of AX.25 packets) and is fully programmable by the user. For example, the user can program the PIC microcontroller to take serial data from a GPS receiver or weather station and transmit it as formatted packet frames. Virtually any data that can be provided to the device as a serial input stream can be reformatted and transmitted as 1200 bps packet radio... Read more

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