[aprssig] APRS Digipeter Design Questions

Tapio Sokura oh2kku at iki.fi
Tue May 3 13:59:41 EDT 2005

Robert Bruninga wrote:
> With complete APRS trackers only costing less than
> $100, it would seem to me that you need to be
> planning on growth.

Is this a current price or a prediction of price? If a current price, 
I'd like to know where these things are being sold. A complete tracker 
to me includes a radio (at least a transmitter, with enough power), 
gps<->radio interfacing, an antenna, a GPS and durable housing for all. 
The sort of thing you can attach to a person's backpack and it works for 
at least 12 hours without requiring touching and external power. And 
preferably can stand a little cold and rain.


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