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I bought the APRS Voyager with the GPS puck/cable. I got it and downloaded the configuration application for windows, then plugged only a USB micro cable into it (no power needed) and started configuring it. I had it configured with my callsign, frequency, and all the other needed parameters within 10 minutes. I was on the air in 10 minutes where I could check with aprs.fi and see myself on the map with a callsign-13 (because I want to make it a weather station eventually). Then I connected via Bluetooth using APRSdroid and used it with my callsign-7 as if it was an HT. I'm impressed with this unit. Next I will try using it as a digipeater and maybe an igate. But what I really want to do is use it for VHF Packet Winlink from my laptop over Bluetooth using the KISS modem onboard the Voyager.

Rated by Damon Schaefer
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ULARI Linux APRS Project
03 March 2019


Please check out ULARI - my new Linux-based APRS Radio Interface: HERE
or my Linux-based VHF 7W Transceiver: HERE
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