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How to export and keep synchronized my Garmin nuvi locations to my iPhone by Piotr Mancini
Hello: I figured out how to export my POIs: (1) With the USB cable extract the file GPX/Current.gpx (2) Create a map in "Your Places | Maps" in Google Maps. Upload the mentioned file. (3) Use the Google Maps app for the iPhone to connect
January 19th 18 01:39 AM
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Retro: Pinning of Trailblazer XL connector by Reinhard Zwirner[_2_]
Attention: fup2 alt.satellite.gps.magellan! Hi I do hope that somebody here is able to help me. I'd like to reactivate a Trailblazer XL. Of course it has no current almanac in his memory - so it will take a long time to the first fix. Therefore I'd like to supply external power. Of course I don't own
November 4th 17 03:37 PM
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October 1st 17 02:12 PM
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Template for Coordinate Transformations and Geodetic Mathematics by Fred
Hello, who develops programs with geodetic functionality like coordinate transformations or distance calculations, can use geodetic functions of my GeoDLL. The Dynamic Link Library can easily be used with most of the modern programming languages like C, C++, C#, Basic, Delphi, Pascal, Java, Fortran, Visual-Objects and others or as ANSI C source code. As most of the programs with geodesic...
June 9th 17 11:09 AM
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New GLONASS ground Station in Nicaragua by [email protected]
Put into Google Maps: 12.1175,-86.3245
April 17th 17 11:05 PM
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Beans by Zack Ryan
Where are the beans?
March 17th 17 02:41 AM
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Philips / Leica ap-navigator MK10 DGPS by [email protected]
On Friday, August 27, 1999 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, Harry Drenth wrote: Does anyone know something about the MK10s * Communication protocol * supporting software TIA, Harry I have an MK 10 and a manual. I may be be able to look up what you need, Meanwhile my unit is not working properly. Do you know where I can get it repaired ?
January 28th 17 06:36 PM
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Puzzling change in trackpoint rate by Terry Pinnell[_3_]
Seems fairly quiet here but I'm hoping that one of the resident experts can help me get to the bottom of some odd behaviour please. I've tried several GPS, iPhone and iPad forums but still have no satisfactory resolution. I can't understand why my iPhone 6S+ recently started recording many more trackpoints than...
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October 15th 16 10:03 PM
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Why are a few timestamps missing? by Terry Pinnell[_3_]
I've been examining the GPS recordings of walks made on my iPhone. The GPX files should of course contain one text line for each position recorded, containing position, altitude and a timestamp. But occasionally (less than 1%) the timestamp is obviously missing. The 4th line of this small extract shows an example: trkpt...
October 13th 16 01:14 AM
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GPX Track Editor for Android by [email protected]
I have written a track editor that runs on Android tablets, and it is now available for beta test on the Google Play app store at: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.lewlasher.trackEditor GPX Track Editor is similar in functionality, as a first approximation, to other track editors such as GPS TrackMaker, which I have been using for years on the Windows platform, primarily to make maps of...
September 23rd 16 08:30 PM
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What3Words = location (9m resolution) by Alan Browne
http://what3words.com/ eg: reduce.bravest.spoke is ... ? -- She hummed to herself because she was an unrivaled botcher of lyrics. -Nick (Gone Girl), Gillian Flynn.
September 13th 16 07:37 PM
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Google to provide raw GPS measurements by [email protected]
An article in the July 2016 GPS World magazine states that raw GPS measurements will be available to apps in the Android N operating system, which will be released later this year. This means you can get pseudoranges, doppplers, and carrier phase from a phone or tablet!
July 21st 16 04:06 PM
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Marconi Prize for 2016 Goes to Brad Parkinson by Sam Wormley[_2_]
Marconi Prize for 2016 Goes to Brad Parkinson http://gpsworld.com/marconi-prize-for-2016-goes-to-brad-parkinson/ The Marconi Society has awarded its 2016 Marconi Prize to Bradford Parkinson. The $100,000 prize, given annually, recognizes major advances in the field of information and communication science which benefit humanity. Parkinsonís contributions to the development of GPS...
June 28th 16 06:19 AM
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Large-scale technique to produce quantum dots by Sam Wormley[_2_]
Large-scale technique to produce quantum dots https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/05/160519161227.htm Scientists have demonstrated a method to produce significant amounts of semiconducting nanoparticles for light-emitting displays, sensors, solar panels and biomedical applications. Journal Reference:
May 20th 16 11:41 PM
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2016031------------------------ NOTICE ADVISORY TO NAVSTAR USERS (NANU) 2016031 SUBJ: SVN70 (PRN32) FORECAST OUTAGE SUMMARY JDAY 140/0923 - JDAY 140/1402 1. NANU TYPE: FCSTSUMM NANU NUMBER: 2016031 NANU DTG: 191409Z MAY 2016 REFERENCE NANU: 2016030 REF NANU DTG: 131610Z MAY 2016 SVN: 70
May 19th 16 06:11 PM
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2016030------------------------ NOTICE ADVISORY TO NAVSTAR USERS (NANU) 2016030 SUBJ: SVN70 (PRN32) FORECAST OUTAGE JDAY 140/0850 - JDAY 140/2050 1. NANU TYPE: FCSTDV NANU NUMBER: 2016030 NANU DTG: 131610Z MAY 2016 REFERENCE NANU: N/A REF NANU DTG: N/A SVN: 70
May 13th 16 05:57 PM
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Testing quantised inertia on the emdrive by Sam Wormley[_2_]
Testing quantised inertia on the emdrive http://arxiv.org/abs/1604.03449v1 It has been shown that truncated cone-shaped cavities with microwaves resonating within them move slightly towards their narrow ends (the emdrive). Standard physics has no explanation for this and an error has not yet been found. It is shown here that this effect can be predicted by assuming that the inertial...
May 9th 16 02:07 AM
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FCC Opens GPS-Adjacent Ligado Proposal for Comment by Sam Wormley[_2_]
FCC Opens GPS-Adjacent Ligado Proposal for Comment http://www.insidegnss.com/node/4933 The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is officially asking for feedback on a proposal by Ligado Networks to repurpose frequencies near the GPS band for a terrestrial broadband network. The long-delayed public notice and comment period is a step in the approval process, although there is no...
April 29th 16 10:38 PM
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bcm4774 used in ... ???? by Chris[_4_]
Is anybody aware of a smartphone - or any other gadget - that uses the broadcom BCM4774 location hub? First consumer applications using this chip should be on the market now...
April 8th 16 09:01 PM
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Linux CLI program to output simple maps by Emanuel Berg
I'm writing an article on the Kon-Tiki expedition. The article will look much like this earlier article I did. It is in Swedish, but you get the picture. It is not scientific or anything and what I need is a couple of simple but clear maps: Peru, Polynesia, and so. I'm a CLI, LaTeX, gnuplot etc. user so it would be cool to have a program to produce simple maps, and not just for this article God...
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March 28th 16 07:31 PM
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