A. Any device that runs Windows CE version 2.0 or higher, or any device running any version of Windows Mobile (2002, 2003, 2003SE, 2005, etc.)
A. No, unfortunately, development for PocketAPRS, the Palm version of APRS, has been discontinued.
A. It would be a nearly impossible task to keep track of what type of cables fit in which Windows Mobile devices, and what cables work with which TNCs and radios. However, you can check your Windows device manufacturer's website to see if they sell serial cables. Usually a serial cable, plus a null modem adapter, plus a serial cable for a TNC will do the trick. Also, we have several links to companies that manufacture cables for popular Windows devices that directly connect to GPS units by Garmin, Lowrance, etc. and TNCs/radios by Kenwood, Kantronics, etc.
A. No, the data from those programs is proprietary, and is unable to be read by MapEd.
A. MapEd can import and edit TIGER/Line data from the U.S. Census Bureau, and can read maps in Win/MacAPRS format as well as PocketAPRS format.
A. MapEd can create files in Win/MacAPRS format, as well as PocketAPRS format. These can then be used with APRS/CE, Win/MacAPRS, and other compatible APRS programs.