[aprssig] Open Source/Commercial Use acceptable APRS Alternative?

Patrick winston at trackdatabase.com
Mon Aug 7 21:28:55 EDT 2023

Commercially gps trackers using the cell network tend to be the way
everyone goes these days.  You can have your own private tracking system
using open source traccar software that does most of what aprs does with a
20$ tracker and a dollar or so per device for the data sims.

On Sun, Aug 6, 2023, 11:38 PM John Gorkos <jgorkos at gmail.com> wrote:

> In the deep corners of my brain, I recall there was an alternate
> protocol written Once Upon A Time that supported location
> tracking/telemetry/messaging over AX.25, but was NOT APRS and not
> limited to non-commercial use.  Does anyone have the name and/or links
> to something like that?  I'm working with a non-profit for event asset
> tracking, and I don't want to cross any lines.  We're using LoRa for
> short- to mid-range vehicle/personnel tracking and I'd rather not
> reinvent wheels.
> Thanks,
> John Gorkos
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