AUTOMATIC PACKET REPORTING SYSTEM WITH CONNECTION-ORIENTED COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL
This paper proposes an economic Automatic Packet Reporting System (APRS), that don’t require an internet connection and employ Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers, radio equipment, and a computer’s sound card. It’s necessary to design a coupler interface between the transceiver and computer-based VOX coupling circuit functioning principle. The article describes the design and demonstrates the efficacy system with realized test results. The investigation employed existent equipment, for example, AMEC hardware and ICOM radios. Still, it can be substituted by a similar economics kit during the application of the control system applicable, including maritime traffic.
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