chaero wrote:If you're not familiar with this device, the company website at http://www.findmespot.com/en/ provides all the info you could wish for.
I have no interest, financial or otherwise in pushing this product. I'm only a customer and not even sure if it's a 'satified' one yet. Just bringing this up in case someone out there has been using SPOT and can chime in with real-world experience.
9erPH wrote:I track my flights a different way, using APRS. This is a ham radio protocol and works great for airplanes. Here is a track of the first rescue I helped out with this week from Dayton to Minne:
You need to get a ham radio license - easy to do with a few nights of studying and radio tracker. The tracker is small and costs about $200. Once you are set up there are no subscripton fees.
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