Stephen H. Smith
wa8lmf2 at aol.com
Wed Jan 15 22:18:04 EST 2014
On 1/15/2014 9:24 PM, Kent Hufford wrote:
> GREEN Light LABS D710 GPS sticks on the back of a D710 control head. Buy at HRO.
> or GARMIN 18PC serial output puck
> or new KENWOOD D710G with builtin GPS
Today, nearly ALL small faceless "puck" type GPS units, and consumer
display-type GPS units now have USB interfaces rather than serial.
Two of the few that still have the RS-232 serial interface that you MUST have
for use with the Kenwoods or common trackers are:
The Argent Data ADM-GM1 - $45.00
The Byonics Byonics GPS5 - $69
On Amazon.com GlobalSat 07-BR-355-S4 GPS Receiver - $38.18
Note that this unit has a mini-DIN plug on the end of it's cable. You will have
to make up another cable to separate the serial data out and the 5 VDC power in.
Stephen H. Smith wa8lmf (at) aol.com
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