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Jetway J7F3E A few of the uses I have for the project include GPS navigation never have to ask for directions again! I have already been through one nearly complete iteration of this project since Jetway J7F3E it. This new system hardly breaks a sweat now!
I have been very happy with this Jetway J7F3E. It is certainly enjoyable to drive Jetway J7F3E can get in some places I could have never gotten with a car - which can come in handy when railfanning!
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Here is a basic schematic of the system including the PC and peripherals as well as Jetway J7F3E radio gear I use for railfanning, etc and the audio equipment I hope to expand Jetway J7F3E the sound system in the near future. Prep work and fabrication: A project like this requires a fair amount of fabrication to make things fit in to places that they were just never designed for! On the other hand, that is part of the fun! My first iteration of this project had the motherboard mounted in a homebrew plexiglas case.
This looked nice but interference from the motherboard was causing lots of problems with my radio gear. I Jetway J7F3E this old electrical box at a local electronic supply house and modified it to mount the motherboard in. This provided a shielded case and cut down on the radio interference.
Consequently, the new JetWay board doesn't produce the same radio interference that the VIA V board did but it is definitely staying in the grounded, metal chassis. Here is a shot of the internals of the PC. I have two 80mm cooling Jetway J7F3E mounted in the top of the case to provide cooling on those hot days in the South!
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Here is the factory dash radio and heater controls. I have already cut some of the plastic structure out in order to move the heater controls down about 1. This allows room for the 7" Liliput LCD monitor to be mounted where the radio is. Here Jetway J7F3E a shot with the wiring in place for the monitor and other equipment.
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I have the Griffin RadioShark mounted in this area behind the monitor and have connected its antenna to the Jeep's factory radio antenna. To retain a "factory" look, I wanted to mount the 7" VGA monitor in the dash where the radio was located. I took the plastic bezel and moved the heater cut-out about 1. I used scrap plastic to fill in as many holes as I could, then used fiberglass embedded body filler to fill in the small holes and smooth out the bezel. Here is the bezel Jetway J7F3E the first coat of primer after lots and lots and lots of sanding. Now that the bezel is getting closer to ready to install, I fabricated some small plastic brackets to hold the circuit board from my Creative Labs Infrared Remote Control receiver.
I then drilled a small hole in the bezel for the IR receiver. Here is a shot of the final bezel being installed. This shot shows the back of the 7" monitor as well as the infrared receiver.
Now, we start actually installing equipment in the car. The PC is about ready to install under the passenger side seat. I have run all the wires and Jetway J7F3E for the system. Looking under Jetway J7F3E passenger side seat towards the back of the Jeepwe can see the PC in place.
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I installed this "kick panel" under the rear of the passenger side front seat to protect the PC and wiring from peoples' feet when sitting in the back seat. Here is a shot of the finished bezel with the heater controls and 7" LCD monitor. The small hole on the left side is for the infrared remote control. I am always tinkering with programming various buttons, etc to do operations Jetway J7F3E swap between open windows, change the volume, skip through an MP3 playlist and launch applications. Most of the time, I never even need to take the mouse or keyboard out.
Here is an overall shot of the dash, etc Jetway J7F3E the 7" LCD monitor, the Sirius Satellite Radio receiver and the rear view mirror mounted head unit for my Yaesu FTR ham radio with the mic Jetway J7F3E over the visor for nowwhich doubles as a scanner while railfanning. Jetway J7F3 Mini-ITX Motherboard.
Processor, AMD Geode NX // Series processor in Socket packaging of FSB MHz. Chipset, SiS Chipset: SiS CX Jetway J7F3E Bridge Chipset + SiS. JetWay J7F3E-PB Mini ITX AMD Motherboard overview and full product specs on CNET.