Here is an updated pic and an explanation of the items
1: 12 volt dc-dc csmoother. takes the fluctuation battery voltages and makes a nice smooth 12 volt output , used for the camera,router ect and stuff needed a very smooth 12 volt output.
2: AC inverter. only there as a feature in the car, i have 2 ac sockets in front and back and flipping a switch on the frorn panel in the car turns on the inverter via a relay. ya never know when you want 110volt available
3: 3 watt cell power booster. boosted the data cards internet connection power to 3 watts to made sure i get a constant and fast connection while driving.
4: KR1 router. takes an evdo card ( sprint) and gives me ethernet and wireless 802.11g out. yes the car has its own hotspot
5: The main back computer motherboard, Pentium duel core duo 3.0 ghz with 2 gb ram
6: The opus intelligent power supply
7: An SATA notebook hard drive ( i didnt have room for a full sized drive )
8: Fuse block for the opus power supply
9: Multi fuse block for the inverter, and dc converter power
So how were you able to hook your sprint card up to your roughter?
the router is a KR1 it has a pcmica slot on the back, it is designed for sprint or verizon EVDO cards, they just plug in and it has a simple web interface to set it up and away you go, when you power up the router it connects to the EVDO network then then acts as a go between for the 4 ethernet ports and wifi connector on it.
That is my question, why an Infill? Where's the usage/screen for everything under the secondary cargo??
well the original plan was to have the infill do everything , however its not that powerful so I added a 2nd computer. the eventual design of the whole vehicle is a mobile editing / broadcast unit. still have some hardware and screens to put in for the 2nd computer yet but right now it is suplimenting the 1st computer with drive storage and gps gate / nav backup.