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Why are some GPSs so much better than others? by Bob Gardner
The AIM tells us (in the US) to ignore GPS altitude and use barometric. If you are getting GPS altitude within 20 feet of barometric altitude, it is coincidence, nothing more. I can sit in my car at sea level and watch my GPS altitude (SP III) go down to negative numbers. WAAS is another story entirely. Bob Gardner
August 4th 04 04:57 PM
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battery cover for Garmin SPIII by yabadabado
I have an extra battery cover for a Street Pilot 3.USPS Priority postage of $5.00 US and it's yours. Sorry but USA Only. please mention "garmin " in subject line musashiAThvcDOTrrDOTcom
August 4th 04 04:21 PM
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Garmin Map76 question by Surendar Jeyadev
I am very pleased with my Map76 and it functioned wonderfully on our recent roadtrip. I do have a question about its behaviour -- one that proved bothersome. When a route is active the GPS position locator is in the middle of the screen and the map slides by underneath as location of the GPS changes. So far, so good. Now, if one used the the Map Locator to pan around (say, to scan what is...
August 4th 04 04:11 PM
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GPSMAP 60C and Route following by Family Guy
Hello, Can someone help...? I created a route on my PC using Mapsource. The route automatically chooses the roads, in which case are mostly highways. Good so far and I am happy with the way Mapsource setup the route. Here is the problem. I download the route to my 60c and begin to navigate it. However, the 60c has it's own idea of how to navigate the route... choosing different roads (which have...
August 4th 04 04:03 PM
by Stuart Middleton-White Go to last post
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Tracks in Wet Forest: Two GPSRs and Three Antenna Positions by Fred Hiltz
I made some test tracks in really wet woods to gather some evidence under controlled conditions on the perennial topic of tracks under tree cover. The results are not surprising. The executive summary: 1) Typical consumer GPS receivers can record useful tracks under heavy, wet foliage when reception is not obstructed by the user. 2) Forget about carrying the antenna on your body in the...
August 4th 04 03:38 PM
by Fred Hiltz Go to last post
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Time displayed on GPS by Dale Gloer
I recently had occasion to drive across a time zone boundary - MT to PT with my Magellan 315 GPS. To my surprise the displayed time remained MT even after a couple of days and several power off/power on cycles. I expected that the time display would be correct for the time zone I was in. How is the GPS time display computed and do I have to tell it which time zone it is in? Dale Gloer
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August 4th 04 02:54 PM
by Steven Shelikoff Go to last post
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Why are some GPSs so much better than others? by Carsten Kurz
Peter schrieb: I have a Socket bluetooth GPS from socketcom.com (SIRS chipset??) which returns the altitude about 300ft too high (always) but more That is due to a bad firmware implementation in older SIRF-II receivers. They output only geoid altitudes, not MSL. I also wonder what is the point of a 12-channel GPS when most of the time there are 8 or fewer satellites in the sky.
August 4th 04 01:15 PM
by Carsten Kurz Go to last post
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Settle A Bet Regarding GPS Time by t
Good Day All: I have a bet at work (boatyard) regarding GPS time as shown in the receivers. I realize this is an over-done subject but your responses are the arbitrator in the dispute. I claim that if the receiver is locked on and functioning properly, the time shown will be accurate to within a couple of seconds at least. My co-worker claims 8 minutes is the best that can be hoped for. Who...
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August 4th 04 11:11 AM
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UK - Pocket PC GPS in Lidl ! Comments ? by Nick
http://www.lidl.co.uk/gb/index.nsf/pages/c.o.oow.20040805.p.Satellite_Navigation_System_with_Pocket_PC 350 quid ! -- Nick in Northallerton Also nickw7coc on both Yahoo Messenger & on MSN Messenger And http://www.whelan.me.uk
August 4th 04 07:27 AM
by Darren Griffin - PocketGPS Go to last post
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Delorme SA 2004 crashes Win2k by Yum
I have been trying to use a GPS with Delorme SA. 2004 It is a generic serial GPS connected to a USB port through serial/USB converter. It is detected by the software and everything seems to be running for a while, but it crashes system completely all the sudden during navigation. The only way to recover is to reboot the system. It happened every time. With the same setup, I never had...
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August 4th 04 05:56 AM
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How to compute waypoint projections without a GPS unit. by James
Hi, I am looking to write a piece of freeware to calculate waypoint projections given the following data: -point of origin (in DD MM.mmm format) -projection range (distance in meters such as XXXX.xxx) -bearing to projection (in degrees or MILS) I am looking to use the Vincenti method but know nothing about it. Can
August 4th 04 03:51 AM
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Getting TOPO .tpo files into Garmin 60C/MapSource by spooky Po
Hello all, I am trying to figure out how to get tracking and other data from TOPO ..tpo files into Garmin's MapSource software and my new Garmin 60C. I can get the data contained in the older .tpg format such as routes and waypoints into Mapsource via OziExplorer or GPSbabel, but can't find a way to convert .tpo files. This is their new combined file format and in addition to waypoints and...
August 3rd 04 11:29 PM
by Bob Cromwell Go to last post
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GPSMap 176 by KBodholt
Is there a way to "master" reset the above unit and erase all data. I'm having a problem and the unit will not acquire and lock on satelites. Thanks
August 3rd 04 11:22 PM
by George Pinson Go to last post
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Online Manuals for new GPS receivers available by Carsten Kurz
Garmin now has the online manuals for VistaC and LegendC available for download. Magellan, in addition to the eXplorist 200 manual, now also offers the eXplorist 100 manual for download. - Carsten -- Audio Visual Systems fon: +49 (0)2234 601886
August 3rd 04 10:07 PM
by Carsten Kurz Go to last post
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Waypoints - Iraq by Newby
My son is off to Iraq soon. Can anyone suggest websites for good maps of Iraq where I can get waypoint information to input to his yellow Etrex? Thanks for any help.
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August 3rd 04 08:36 PM
by Michael Chare Go to last post
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Industry smallest A-GPS System-in-Package by Andreas van Hooijdonk
Global Locate Inc. today introduced Stingray, a single package A-GPS system-in-package(SIP): http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2004/Aug/1061936.htm -- Andreas van Hooijdonk http://www.gps-practice-and-fun.com
August 3rd 04 06:07 PM
by Andreas van Hooijdonk Go to last post
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earthmate blue logger by jeff feehan
i am thinking of buying the blue logger from earthmate - it is a bluetooth receiver with integrated logging capability. is there any other bluetooth gpsr with logging capability? jf
August 3rd 04 05:50 PM
by Darren Griffin - PocketGPS Go to last post
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Leica GPS by Will Dean
Hi, I recently saw a Leica MX420 GPS, which had a stunning black/white LCD display. Does anyone on this group know who makes the display that they're using? I'm interested in something similar for an unrelated product. Thanks,
August 3rd 04 05:14 PM
by Alan Browne Go to last post
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Garmin GPS 76 Color handheld with Car Navigation featu REVIEWAVAILABLE by Joe Mehaffey
We have just posted a review of the new Garmin GPS76 Color handheld GPS on our website. This unit has automatic route generation for car navigation. We have also updated our MGRS information to add new units and to detail the several Garmin units which can simultaneously display MGRS and Lon/Lat position information. We are now reviewing the new Garmin VISTA COLOR model. This new unit is...
August 3rd 04 04:32 PM
by Joe Mehaffey Go to last post
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Hiking with Legend C by HH
Hi, I went hiking at Johnston Canyon (Alberta, Canada) yesterday and I was impressed with Legend C reception. I only lost reception when I was walking in a very small path, single lane with both side covered with tall pine tree. I looked at the Satellite screen and there were only two satellites above the 45 degree and none of the two were straight above my head. I don't have another GPS so...
August 3rd 04 04:19 PM
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