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Power supply for a 4-10 hour gps chip

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Working on a project- I want to make the smallest most efficient gps tracking chip possible and place it on my car- looking at ideas for the chipset , and power supply. Any words of advice? I understand this isn't the everyday question so any thoughts are appreciated : )
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What chip(s)? What voltage? What budget? Can you give us any information at all on this project?
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You want to build a battery powered device that records GPS locations to a NAND chip?
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It's a type of computer memory that submits read only coordinates Is what I got out of wikipedia?

So Power supply to transmit to a NAND that is efficient for say 5 mile radius?


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You want to build a battery powered device that records GPS locations to a NAND chip?
So yes that's the right frame for the question lol. What type of interface do I use for programming? Can I do it with ubuntu?

Your ball Duckie , thanks


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