- Sep 6, 2009
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Do you put those coordinates into a Garmin unit, or just use your smart phone? I'm not familiar with the BRB900, but I did go out to the website to look at the setup.However, if I absolutely, positively need to find the rocket, I still revert to my trusty BRB900. In these scenarios, I don't trust Bluetooth connections and don't give a damn about maps or arrows to point me. I'll worry about that later. I just reliably need the latitude and longitude coordinates and the BRB900 delivers that with its dedicated receiver unit.
Yes, both. Any navigation device or app will work. I have an inexpensive Garmin Etrex, but I also use GPS Essentials on my phone. Punch in the lat/lon reported by the tracker receiver as a waypoint, and off you go.