[time-nuts] TruePosition GPS Receiver

Bob kb8tq kb8tq at n1k.org
Mon May 1 19:13:54 EDT 2017


The Furuno receiver on the board is an older model. It’s similar to the M12’s. Not quite as 
sensitive as the “modern” stuff, but still very usable. Tough to beat the price … hint: the guy
takes offers … hint hint 


> On May 1, 2017, at 5:35 PM, Gregory Beat <w9gb at icloud.com> wrote:
> Interesting surplus GPS receiver / 10 MHz item on eBay
> http://www.ebay.com/itm/GPS-Receiver-board-from-TruePosition-GPS-locator/152340314423?
> TruePosition GPS Receiver/10 MHz oscillator, auction number: 152340314423
> Supposedly, this receiver is extracted from Time Position LMU300 model 101333.
> Rack unit used at cellular sites, the LMU Universal system assisted to determine mobile phone location: emergency, 911 systems, etc.
> Lots of parts :-)
> http://www.ebay.com/itm/TruePosition-LMU300-GPS-Navigation-model-101333-/162267042516?hash=item25c7de92d4:g:wEgAAOSwAvJW~UIi
> The Mt. Airy VHF Radio Club ("Pack Rats"), Southampton, PA
> has a technical article 
> http://www.packratvhf.com/techinal.htm
> for adapting a related True Position receiver 
> by Gary, WA2OMY and Bruce, WA3YUE
> http://www.qsl.net/wa2omy/A%20Packrat%20GPS%20Receiver%20Project.pdf
> The Mt. Airy group used an Arduino and other common parts for interfacing.
> greg
> w9gb
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