Am 22.11.2010 um 17:09 schrieb Thomas HOCEDEZ: > On 22/11/2010 15:22, matteo sanvy wrote: >> You could make a little and low-power server wtih it, or a gps antenna >> for the netbook/notebook, or, also, you could make a combo with >> arduino using her antennas and accelerometers for some projects... > > I thought GTA04 use the old GPS... isn"t it ?
It resuses the GPS antenna module. But you can still connect an external GPS antenna (@ca. 5 EUR - must have MMCX cable and 3V/15mA). The bare board has: * CPU, RAM, Flash, SD card * GPS * USB * WLAN, Bluetooth * headset jack * accelerometer Most likely you will reuse the display... GSM/GPRS should simply stay disabled since you don't have an antenna connection. But you could even add some through the antenna connector/switch. The GTA02 "module" runs without battery if powered through USB. Running it with a battery is a little complex since the batters spring contacts push away the battery which is only hold by the plastic parts. > The idea of the server is nice, (mine is a netbook motherboard nailed on > the wall!), but i have to add a ethernet dongle...Ho , I can make a > fully wireless server (no network wire, no power wire !) ;-) Some more that come immeditately to my mind: * GSM network monitor * WLAN based server (harddisk on Y-cable on USB port) * GPS tracker that can be read through WLAN * wireless bluetooth headset adapter * WLAN/VOIP headset adapter * shaking gesture based wireless keyboard/mouse Hope this helps to find even more ideas! _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community