Some time ago I posted that I’ve been involved in a Kickstarter to create a ham radio shield for the Arduino platform. That project is called HamShield, and is now complete and the boards have been shipped to the Kickstarter backers.

I decided to take my board, and 3D print a box for it, to make a portable APRS tracker I could take down with me to Black Rock.

A home etched GPS board, and some 3D printing time later, I had a nifty little box.

IMG_4119 IMG_4120Just one example of many of potential uses for your HamShield board!

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2 Responses to HamShield

  1. Matt says:

    Do you have any details on your GPS build and code? I can only seem to find bits and pieces for an APRS hamshield build.

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