There is a built-in roof mount Magnet. A built-in gps patch antenna. There is a built-in Supercap for rapid acquisition.
👤I bought this little guy to use with my ham radio. After cutting off the PS2 connection, soldering on a 1/8" headphone connection, and wiring up a 5V regulator in my car, I was done. I was ready to go. I don't have to wait for a lock time when I head off because I leave it on all the time. It works well with my setup. I will probably buy another one later this year for my balloon project. The receive has a wiring diagram with wire colors and pin locations that you can use to cut it off.
👤The little puck is nice. Use the 4 wires for your project. Red + black ground, green + white data, from gps. Surprisingly fast satellite lock. By default, the output is 4800 baud.
👤I bought this unit after reading the other review. Really fast. If you provide it with 5V and hook up the serial lines to the radio's 3/32"GPS cable, you're good to go. A cheap and easy way to provide 5V from your vehicle's DC system is with a 7805 regulator. I stuffed everything in a small plastic box and used a small breadboard to wire it up. It works well for my mobile setup. The base's magnet is not very strong, so be aware of that.
👤This device can be used to add gps function to a marine radio with the signal input wires at the back. Purchase the serial version of this device, add a 12-volt to 5volt regulator, and connect it to your radio and boat's 12-volt supply. The device expects 5-volts, not 12-volts. You will need to expose the wires after removing the PS-2 style connector. You can find the wiring diagram for this device by searching online. You can follow the wiring diagram for power in and out. If you look hard enough, you'll find a smaller, compact inline converter that fits the bill.
👤The Star III-based mouse is compact. Works with other host gps packages. This can be flashable. Both serial andusb versions work well. The serial version requires some kind of power cable to connect it to the serial cable. You can either modify the cable or buy an accessory that provides a power feature. Plug it in a port on the USB version and you're good to go. 10 years later! Ten years ago, I reviewed the unit here. I have it in my car and it continues to perform. I have the BU-353 which is the only model that can be plugged into my laptop and which I carry in an emergency go bag. The devices are great.
👤It is not a good device, but it works. The driver is the issue, not the device. The S/W driver is not a good idea if you want to use it for navigation on a yacht, with your PC and a Nav package is not a good idea, the driver will quit without warning, and usually when you need it most in a tight spot. I replaced this with a driver from Rosepoint that was tested and bulletproof for use with Windows 7 and 8. It worked well.
The chip tracking sensitivity is - 165 dBm. The time to first fix is very fast. The interface is small. There is a built-in gps antenna. A built-in battery. The Microusb toUSB cable is for use with Windows and Mac laptops. It's suitable for portable application. Very low power consumption. It supports NMEA0183 V4. SBAS, EGNOS, GAGAN, QZSS are supported. Requires a "PL2303GPSInfo" app for the phone to function. It is compatible with operating systems: Windows,Vista, 7, 8 & 10; Mac, OSX, and Linux. This is a device for navigation. It's not compatible with most navigation software. It requires a 3rd party tool to convert to a "GPS Sensor". Please read the item description.
👤I picked up the new Fire tablet from Amazon hoping to use the non-Amazon Store apps. It was easy to do, so I downloaded the two navigation apps. When I received the GlobalSAT unit, I plugged it into my Fire tablet and started the TomTom GO service. I drew up a route around my condo. I used it to and from work today. I can't wait to use it on a long trip. My Honda Civic doesn't have navigation in the dash, but it's $85. I now have almost all of the features of an expensive navigation system at a fraction of the price. Music, gps, weather, video, even the internet are now just arm's reach away on my dash. I'm happy! You may need to install the "You Are HereGPS" app and run it in the background while using your navigation app.
👤The last year and a half has seen the use of the gps module to navigate ocean routes. The laptop has 2G of RAM and a 32G SSD. The program is called Coastal Navigator. The laptop's processor is an Intel N series, which is slow but still fast, and draws less power than other Intel N series chips. The laptop can be connected to the gps with a 8 inchusb to microusb. The screen has an upper right margin. The module is very accurate. The signal strength of the satellites above deck was found to be marginally higher. The deck of the boat is not as important as the cloud layer and humidity. I recommend letting the boat warm up while it is being prepared for sailing. The gps is ready to navigate when the speed over ground drops. Just as accurate as a large postage stamp. I would recommend carrying a spare if you have any problems with the gps device. Why not for just $30? I only use the sounder gps for looking for a sandy spot to anchor. Want a bigger screen? You can just buy a bigger laptop. The total cost of the package is $500. A dedicated unit and a 14-inch screen cost 5000 dollars. The Cockpit Repeaters are connected to the internet. The laptop is free to move about the boat if the gps is attached to it. The gps system is easier to use with a wireless mouse. The best laptops to use would be the ones with low cost and long battery life. The original device is still working just fine, 8/11/2020, just received another one as a backup, as the gps connection has recently failed. Something is wrong with the most recent Win10 update. I was very pleased to relay new information on the improved ND-105CGPS module. It took an hour or more to reach a low.01 knot speed over ground. The new unit was at.01 knot in 3 minutes. Quite an improvement!
👤I bought this to use with aviation navigation software on my Windows 8.1 tablets and it has worked great so far. Acquisition time is very short, and WAAS is enabled by default on the chip. This doesn't use the Windows 8 location API, but instead creates a COM port for an app to access location, which should be fine for most unless your app is newer and designed to only use the Win 8 API. In that case, there are a couple different software options available from other vendors that will send the data to the location API. Only one app can access the COM port at a time. I'm able to get a full WAAS signal in my house and car, and it seems to be very sensitive. I haven't tried it in the plane yet, but I think it will work. I noticed that if there is no power at all to the microusb port, the gps will continue to run, so if you have a sleep mode, it may or may not turn the port/GPS off to save battery power. I used this in the plane and it worked better than the handheld aviation gps that I own. I had a unit on my kneeboard where it was somewhat down low and not as good of a view of the sky, but it never had an issue with satellite reception. I don't need to worry about having an antenna on top of the panel. The little gps has been an awesome value so far.
The ADS-B Kit is a pretty spartan one. The kit includes a fan controller, a battery pack, a strap, and a card that supports ForeFlight Synthetic Vision. It has a 30 day return policy and technical support. LIABLE INFORMATION: You can receive and display air-to-air traffic, data, and FIS-B weather with high-gain dmurray14 antennas. It's accessible. A window mount is included in the portable receiver. Provides traffic and weather information using an internal GPYesWAASGPS receiver and supports multiple iPad, iPhones, or Android tablets. It's perfect for iPad and tablets. The most recentware: The latest version of the software is loaded on the card. Plug in the included battery pack and you're good to go. COMPATIBILITY: Scout prices have the Stratus 2S function. The project was built using parts from the founder. It supports ForeFlight, FlyQ EFB, Navigator, WingX, Avnav, and other. Does not work with a navigation device. COMPATIBILITY: Scout prices have the Stratus 2S function. The project was built using parts from the founder. It supports ForeFlight, FlyQ EFB, Navigator, WingX, Avnav, and other. Does not work with a navigation device.
👤I am skeptical about this purchase. Buying from a small unknown company was a bit of a gamble for me, as Stratux is a do-it-yourself kit. I ordered it anyway, and I thought that if it didn't work, Amazon would be fine with that. I couldn't get the thing to sync up to my Ipad after it charged the battery pack. I thought it was impossible. I called the number listed on the instructions sheet to see if I could get help. Straight to the phone. I got a call back as I was about to go through Amazon's return policies. The guy is doing a great job. A military pilot and instructor. He just loves aviation. I was helped out over the phone. Highly recommend this company. He does it for the joy rather than the money. It was well spent.
👤This product is amazing. I can't emphasize enough how many times the Stratux has saved me and my students by helping us avoid traffic, as a CFI who flies 7 days a week in some of the busiest airspace in the country. Let's talk about the price first. The Stratux is the best deal if you're on a budget. If you can get all the features you need for less than half the price of a Scout, for example, why would you want to spend $500 or more on something? I have never had an issue with ForeFlight's internet connection. I haven't had an issue with the card since I had an issue with Sean, who resolved the problem in the most expedient manner, which is rare these days. I have flown for hours in the Texas summer weather and have had no issues, even when the weather is close to freezing. I bought another external battery just in case, because the external battery will power the unit throughout the day. The Stratux is a good choice for peace of mind and safety. I refuse to fly without my Stratux because it's an incredible tool that adds a massive layer of situational awareness. The CO2CREA Hard Travel Case is a must have for the Stratux to prevent it from getting damaged.
👤I was contacted by Sean at Crew Dog Electronics within an hour after some initial issues were thought to be related to the Stratux. I didn't even consider getting a resolution from Crew Dog Electronics because I had been over 30 days since I purchased the Stratux. I thought I had issues with the Stratux, I was on my own. I was mistaken. Sean at CDE was quick to assess the situation. Since the last update of the Foreflight platform, there have been some serious connection loss issues with the devices such as the Stratux and the Stratus 2. I'm not the only one who has lost their gps signal with an ADS-B receiver that is used in conjunction with Foreflight. Some of the people with similar issues are looking for other EFB platforms because this is a Foreflight issue and not a Stratux issue. Sean at Crew Dog Electronics offered to inspect, repair or replace my Stratux if there was an actual problem with the internal gps, and of course also addressed the loose antenna connection issue I mentioned in my initial review. I was pleasantly surprised. It's clear that Sean is passionate about his product and is quick to address any potential issues with the Stratux, even though he has had several email conversations with him regarding this issue. You can't beat that kind of customer service, even if it costs you about $1,000. After receiving the unit back from Crew Dog Electronics a few days ago, I was able to fly with it yesterday and it worked perfectly! The ForeFlight update was released after many complaints of loss of signal, but not a single issue post update. Crew Dogs Electronics included their new mount for the Stratux, which went on without a hitch on the flying lawnmower. Crew Dogs Electronics has total professionals and on top of their game. Cheers.
The wide area augmentation system allows your device to connect to several satellites and provide accurate and reliable gps coordinates within 2.5m, Max Speed of 1,150 mph and Max Altitude of 65,600 ft. You can greatly strengthen your gps signal on any device by connecting to it via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless network via the gps wireless Hundreds of applications can be added to your device if you can add accurateGPS to it. The battery life of the gps receiver is extended to 10 hours of continuous use and it comes with a charging cord, a strap and a non-slip pad. The 1 year warranty has high quality and reliability with hassle-free parts and excellent customer service. The dimensions are 2.24” W x 2.24” D x 0.75” H. The battery can be charged in 3 hours. Plug in to 12Volts of direct current source for continuous use.
👤I've been on my third unit since November. The first unit bricked after six months of ownership. After a few months, the replacement unit stopped charging more than 50%. The third unit will no longer be seen by any apps even if the iPhone connects successfully. What is the solution to dual? Wait for an update. A piece of hardware that worked before with multiple apps and no longer works with any of them is going to be fixed by a single app update. I'm not holding my breath. There was an update on February 27th. My third device has failed but will not be covered by a warranty. Two years ago. They don't stand behind their products because of a serious quality control issue. I wouldn't recommend this gps.
👤They managed to have a high review rate on this product. There were more than 4 stars on its page. The usage experience is terrible. It can't establish stable satellite connections, either onboard aircraft or walking on the street, about 80% of the time. There are not a lot of buildings around and they are not separated from each other. I have traveled around the world. The utility app on the phone needs to be opened to get position for the map. My colleague bought a similar device on the aircraft, which worked just fine, but it was not connected to the iPad. I put the left side of my helmet upside down almost every time I flew, because I didn't like the idea of it being upside down. We have the same version of the software, connection to pad devices worked fine, but mine took forever to establish satellites connection, no matter how I tried. This is a result of the comments. The one without cable is mine. I kept trying more and more and decided to come back and leave something here, but I don't know how deep the hole will be.
👤The XGPS160 track logs are not always up to date, and they have gaps of a couple of seconds with no position reports. The track logs did not have these gaps. I had to manually connect the XGPS160 to the phone each time. When the view to the southern sky was blocked by steep hillsides, the GLO was more accurate. The view to the WAAS satellites may have been partially or fully blocked. Maybe the GLO handles that situation better. The two devices had the same accuracy on the flats where the southern sky was not blocked. I used the XGPS160 logging mode with no connection to the iPhone to compare, but I used the GLO to record tracks. I drove through the Santa Cruz Mountains and the San Francisco Bay Area on the same routes. The tracks from the two devices were very close to the southern sky. When the southern sky was not visible, the GLO tracks were more close to each other and to the location of the roads. The XGPS160 tracks were close to the ground. The dual XGPS status tool is a nice utility, but it has some rough edges, like the fact that it never reported that the WAAS satellites were in use, even though the comparison with GLO suggested they were indeed being used by the XGPS160. The Trips page often has multiple tracks listed.
Add Gps. You can strengthen your Gps signal on any device by connecting via wireless. The free downloadable app provides accurate gps coordinates, position update rate change, and much more. Being able to add accurate gps to your device will allow you to use hundreds of available apps. The Gps receiver has a battery life of over eight hours of continuous use and comes with a usb charging cord. That will stick to most surfaces.
👤It works better than I anticipated. I have an older WiFi only iPad Mini that I wanted to use for navigation but it doesn't have built-in gps. When I connected my iPad mini to the dual XGPS105A via a wireless connection, it asked to download the accompanying app. The app is useful. It tells you the number of satellites you are connected to, the signal strength, position information, and the battery status. I turned it on in the house because I couldn't wait but I was able to connect to multiple satellites with ease. I thought I would have to go outside. With the gps locked and loaded, I tried out some maps. Both worked well. My weather radar map is now location enabled. Awesome. I have taken it down the road a few times now, about 100 miles total, without issue, but I will update this review once I have a longer road trip under my belt. I didn't expect to see the app mentioned in any of the reviews or forums. This thing is special. I can't wait to try it out against other devices, like a newer iPad, windows tablets, and some surveying equipment. I will report back, but so far it's been good.
👤Don't buy anything from AXXERA or DUAL. The unit will work for 25 times, then the internals will short out, killing the battery, but they will sell you another battery. Next year there will be some other name. They changed their names to keep up with consumer fraud. Don't buy anything made by these people. You will be sad.
👤I bought a gps receiver for my Jeep. This product works in conjunction with my Apple iPad and provides pin point accurate gps for any app you are using. It takes 5 to 10 minutes to connect to my iPad via BluTooth once I turn on the puck. This could be my fault. Overall very pleased! It's easy to charge up at home or in your vehicle. Very easy to use. I stuck a piece of tape to the back of the vehicle and it still works.
👤For almost two months, use the dual XGPS150A with my iPad 2. Since the iPad 2 didn't have a gps receiver installed, I decided to use the dual XGPS 150A, which is described in the technical documentation to receive 12 gps and up. The dual XGPS15A is a free navigation app that has a very simple and minimalist design. The dual XGPS150A receiver is small and has Haptics very pleasant. The gps is green. The Bluethooth connection is created relatively fast after switch on, but the GLONASS satellites are not supported, but they are displayed in the app, but they are crossed out. It happens in dense forests on winding roads and in large cities close to tall houses. When you're on foot in New York, Boston, and Chicago, the pressure point is non-tactile, so locating is almost non-existent. The dual XGPS150A would no longer splash water and dirt if you removed the plastic cover and cut a hole in the non-slip pad.
Every fishing environment has a rugged design. Transmit power: 200 W (RMS) and frequencies: 50/77/83/200 kHz. The handheld has a high-sensitivity gps receiver and a 2.6-inch color display. It's perfect for water sports and boating. BlueChart g2 is a built-in. The U.S./Bahamas has coastal charts with shorelines, depths, and more. A built-in 3-axis tilt-compensated electronic compass and barometric altimeter is included. Share your waypoints, tracks, routes and geocaches with other compatible device users.
👤The garmin 78sc worked for a week, then got an error message that it couldn't unlocks maps, and then they said garmin knew about the problem and a fix was being worked on.
👤I have used this device extensively, including over a 47 day kayak trip from Anacortes, Washington to Petersburg, AK. It's an awesome tool when it's functioning correctly. There are some design defects that need to be fixed. 1. The rubber covers for the power andusb ports leak salt water and can cause problems. Positive enclosures that never leak are what my other IPX 7 devices have. 2. The device consumes more power when loaded with a lot of waypoints. I was able to see this over a long period of time as I deleted routes and waypoints. As data grows, it never gets to sleep because the software loop always evaluates everything rather than what's currently relevant. 3. The unit OFTEN was locked up. This would require removing the protective cover and restarting. It's not something you want to do in windy conditions. I stopped using this feature eventually. I love it when it works. Before paddling on salt water, I have coated protective covers with Aquaseal. I have to remove it before I can connect it to the computer. They are very close to a great design and I want to love it. Wouldn't it be great if they listened to their customers better? January 7, 2020. I would like to add to my review. Over 34 days, last summer, circumnavigated the island by kayak. I loaded my gpsMAP with a lot of data. While following tracks the battery never locked up. I think software changes have fixed my complaints. Poor design of port covers will leak.
👤I bought the product to replace my old handheld 76c. It was a workhorse and the maps were small. The device could be used with WP. I was disappointed that the charts had no detail, like buoy markings, when I purchased the 78sc. I only had a giant marker on the scale of a small scale chart, because making scale larger resulted in the loss of any useful landmarks. Tech support said to me "what do you expect with a handheld and limited memory?" Over a decade later? The 76c is not a replacement for the 78sc, which is a handheld marine chart. The screen size is smaller than the older model. I would not recommend this device for use in the water.
👤Over the years, I've used a number of Garmin handhelds. I bought this unit to replace the failed one. The 78sc was expected to be a decent replacement. This is not the case. The hardware seems very good, but the software is terrible, especially compared to the oldGPSMAP 76. After I downloaded my old routes and waypoints, I tried to use the unit on my sailboat for a race around the cans. After loading up a route consisting of A, B, C, and A, the unit did not flip to the next waypoint, once a waypoint is reached. I couldn't find a way to flip it. It's difficult to explain, but you will find it annoying. TheGPSMAP 76 was superior in this area. There are two more You can't tell on the navigation page what your next point is. Unlike the 76, it is not displayed. There are 3 more The "active route" page doesn't give any information about the route's waypoints, just the names. Again, unlike the 76. The points are listed in order of distance, not alphabetical. It is hard to find what you are looking for if you have a lot of waypoints. There are five When you are on a sailboat in moderate seas, the speed andvelocity made a good jump. The 76 allowed you to take averages for a longer period of time. The option is not available on the 78sc. The unit is hard to read when the backlight is off. The battery life is poor with the backlight on. The user interface of the 78sc was dumbed down by Garmin. A disappointment. The 78sc is almost useless for me.
A built-in gps patch antenna. A built-in roof mount Magnet. 48 channels of all-in-view tracking SiRF Star IV is a gps device.
👤The NMEAGPS Receiver is used for applications. Does not provide location services to Windows. It was weatherized to handle all but submersion. It can be attached to many surfaces without damage. The body panels of a car are included. complies with the standards of the NMEA. The interface is a standardusb-to-serial The COM4 settings are used by the NMEA interface. There is no support for Windows location services. The device is an NMEA device. It will work in any location that works with NMEA, but no modern Windows applications. It is only IPX6 rated, meaning it is not truly waterproof. It can handle a lot of rain. Only one location update per second. This is not a 5hertz version. There's a software package that will connect to an NMEA device and create a Windows Sensor for use with location services. This is a software solution for the hardware manufacturer's lack of native software. There are some bugs. It works. The package in question is calledGPSdirect. My only problems are with the software. I know the device complies with the standards it claims to support. There are newer standards in 2015.
👤They started giving me times in 1905 after using these for a while. I get the correct date when I boot up. The receiver no longer responds and sends data after I tried to go back to the script I wrote. Until the date changes, it works well with gpsd. It works well, other than producing data that is useless. I'm not sure if we're talking about the same device. The one I have connects to a port at a rate of 5000 baud. A driver is needed to read serial data. Any application can read the data once the driver is installed, I wrote a Python script that opens the device and reads the "sentences". The first consideration is that the initial read could be a bit long. The reader has to sync with the stream, which is not difficult considering the second consideration, which is each sentence is terminated with two newline characters. When you get a full line that starts with a '$', you sync by reading. I can read the data from the receiver using "cat". The heading sentence is not generated by the receiver. The antennae is bulky, but magnetic.
👤This is my 3rd one. I use them on Windows 10 64 bit machines to do the time setting for some applications that I run. The mini-disk that comes with the puck has a utility. Your windows time is dead on if that utility is running. Turn off Windows internal time setting so they don't compete. Highly recommend the software. The program and gps ran 24x7 and the difference between Time.is and this was +0.011 seconds. I have an Amazon purchased gps repeater that is stuck on a broom handle against a window in my basement and I am seeing 7 satellites from it. The sensitivity is very good. The HDOP is 1.9 and thePDOP is 2.5. Anything below 4 is considered great.
The SiRF V is an industry. The operating temperature is -40 +85 degree C. TheProlificPL2343 is a Linux, Windows, and a chromebook compatible device. The 1.5m cable is water proof and has a magnet built in. 9600 baud is made in Taiwan. 9600 baud is made in Taiwan.
👤It is small and magnetic. It should be a good thing that it is powered by theusb and doesn't require batteries. I tried 6 programs and this device was not compatible with them. I have a PC that is up to date. The driver and website that were included in the directions on this device were worthless. The driver didn't do anything because the gps viewer link was broken. Fortunately, windows 10 was able to recognize the device, but you had to make sure that you specified the right COM port for your mapping program. It's possible that it'sGPS and GLONASS capable. I was only able to get it to work in TopoFusion, using 9600 baud rate. There was no way to know how many satellites I was connected to. The device wouldn't connect to any satellites unless I set the gps on the window sill. Most PC programs are designed to receive signals from a serial port. You need a range of programs depending on the situation because no single program does everything you want. I don't know why this device doesn't work across the board, in theory it should be able to be compatible with several programs using the generic NMEAGPS base protocol. I can tell you that the instructions are worthless. I worked on this for hours. It won't work on an ICOM-7100 with a female mini-usb. If it is not compatible with a range of popular programs, this device will be useless. I wanted this to work because I like the form and magnet, but I do not recommend this product, and I am returning the 2 that I bought.
👤The review is only for initial impressions. I only had the device for a short time. I will have a long term review later on. I have used many cheaper gps devices and this one seems better. I used a gps device. Couldn't be any harder to use. It took me 20 minutes to write the code. No need for bad drivers. You can just read the ttyUSBN and read the output. Looks to be of good quality. There is a model that may offer 5 updates per second. If you need higher frequencies, consider it. It is more than enough for me.
👤L liked the fact that the gps was sensitive indoors. While inside my house, I am able to simultaneously sync up and lock into 11-13 satellites. My use for this device is to make sure my computer clock is always on. Couldn't be happier and have recommended this device to 3 friends.
👤Satellite reception is much better than the previous receiver.
👤It is easy to use and install.
👤I converted my tablets to a giant gps that's really cool. Good product and easy to install.
Highly sensitive to water. 48 channels all-in-view tracking Magnet Mount is where it was built. It's suitable for use in a wide range of applications, from vehicle navigation to fire trucks, police cars, buses and much more.
👤The waste of $100. I have not been able to get my people to work with Win 10 or ArcMap. A waste of money. It says in the specifications that it works with Windows 10. Save yourself some money. This technology is not new. This piece of junk is not very user friendly and is far superior to my old Garmin Legend. It couldn't communicate with the test software included and I had many people that tried to get it to work on different laptops and windows tablets without success. Don't buy it!
👤I use this device to record the data of test vehicles. It seems to be of good quality. I might throw a zip tie or tape over the magnet if it's not super strong on a high speed application. The cable is long and is suitable for most driving applications. The included software was used once by me. I can't form a good opinion of it from my limited use.
👤I use a gps device for my boat. It works well.
👤It's easy to set up and use Ubuntu. When it is in view of clear sky, it will get up to 0.6m accuracy horizontally and 3m vertically. The SiRFdemo program needs to be able to manage it under windows. I have bought seven of them so far.
👤The gps puck met all of my needs. It starts fast. I use it to monitor the speed of the gps device. Very happy with the product.
👤You can use your laptop to plot your routes with a great receiver.
👤I bought this after reading that it's a reliable, if slow, gps receiver that is well supported on Linux. I'm giving up and ordering a different one from a non-Amazon vendor after spending a lot of time trying to get it to work. Every diagnostic and management tool I've used successfully opens the connection, but all attempts to swap to SiRF or NMEA fail with no error. The software that speaks both protocols can't determine if it's SiRF or NMEA, and can't read any data at all. The device has just been plugged in and the red light starts flashing, which seems suspicious since it has just been plugged in. I have come to the conclusion that my device is broken or that I received a counterfeit device. These can be found for less on other sites.
We will send the document to you. The UBLOX 8 engine. The device is configured over a serial interface. Combines low power consumption with high sensitivity. The immunity is exceptional. There are 56 channels for acquisition and reacquisition. A multi-band receiver. Receives SBAS, QZSS and GLONASS. The factory set can be changed using software. You can support the 2.3 version of the NMEA0183. There are built-in WAAS, EGNOS, and MSAS. It's possible to use Windows 10, Win 8, Win 7, and the like. Check application notes for compatibility for Linux. There is a free software for the navigation system. Waterproof: If it is raining, you don't need to cancel your road trip since this navigator can be used in the rain or shine. IPX6 is water resistant. The cable length is two meters. The software is software. You can easily connect to your device via theusb 2.0 and use most commercial or open source mapping software.
👤I was looking for an external gps that could work with Windows 10 Maps and other apps that use serial port. The device is perfect for this purpose and it has drivers for both the location sensor and COM port. If you install both drivers, you can use it for Windows 10 Maps and other applications that use COM port to get gps data, as well as other applications that use windows 10 location API. U-blox also provides U-center software which allows to set a lot of settings for this receiver, it's pretty advanced and lets you set a lot of everything. The location accuracy is very good. It works inside a car as well as on the roof. It's a steal for the price. I was not able to determine a few things about this device. The chip used in this device is the exact U-blox chip. If the device is a ROM chip with a future update that won't be possible, or if it's an upgradeable device, then it's not possible. Whether the device has flash memory or battery-backed up configuration storage. Please leave a reply if anyone knows the answer to the question.
👤Plug the gpsd daemon into theusb port and you'll see data. You don't need to use the evaluation software to get this unit going on the Pi because it works on Windows. Download and try the evaluation software. It is worth it. The configuration changes described in Oscar Blanco's review for gpsd should be made. The issue is not the receiver, but the configuration.
👤I used to use a gps receiver on my Windows 10 device to track my road trips, but it only worked in the city, so I used to get no data in the mountains or canyons. The location provided by this receiver is based on data from both satellites and gives me a much more reliable fix. I haven't been able to test it in the worst conditions yet, but it has been able to provide a good fix in several places where the old one failed. The unit is small and has a strong magnet built into the base that keeps it firmly attached to the flat car body panel.
👤I am using this device to make sure the clock on my laptop is not set to go off during the upcoming amateur radio Field Day exercise. For certain applications, the clock must be on. The puck does a great job. Very happy with it! I would recommend both of them.
👤You need to download and install the "u-center" software on Windows. The display is difficult to set up. 3 stars off. It's very sensitive and can pick up a lot of satellites hundreds of miles away. It picks up satellites inside my apartment, so I don't need to go outside or on the roof. I don't know how to set this up to receive Galileo satellites.
👤I have been very happy with the purchase. I'm familiar with the devices used outdoors, but I thought I would try it out with my laptop. For most practical purposes, the accuracy for an often used location needs no further accuracy adjustments, even though it lacks the newest addition to the GNSS satellite systems - Galileo. It's hard to beat for the price and flexibility.
You can get performance data from the cockpit and get real-time audible coaching from it. It's not intended for public use. True Track positioning technology uses built-in accelerometers, image processing and 10 Hz multi-GNSS positioning to automatically generate your car's racing line on the track. You can listen to audio coaching in your headset or through your car stereo. Revolutionary True Optimal Lap technology shows you the best time based on lines you can repeat. The data is automatically interpreted to show the biggest areas of gain on the 7” Catalyst display. You can easily compare your performance data from other sessions. The show shows the best lap time, adaptive delta time, number of laps and session time.
👤The garmin catalyst does what it says. Real-time recommendations are provided to improve times. I had it in my car for a track day this weekend and it worked perfectly and I was able to reduce lap times. It is very easy to set up. It's very easy because it has nearly every track pre-programmed. Turn on the track and drive. After a few laps the system should be adjusted to my driving style. At the end of each session, it provided me with information on where to carry speed and where to line up. The info is easy to understand. Later, it records video of each session. Those looking to make fast gains will find this a game-changing change. Highly recommended.
👤It worked great for the first two track sessions. I received an error as I started my car for the 3rd session. I tried to turn off the unit, but the "closing" message kept spinning for 40 minutes. I didn't get any video or lap times for the entire session. I got a random camera not connected throughout the weekend. I turned the unit off and on again. I unplugged and replugged everything back in because the unit was not connected to the camera. It worked fine when turned back on. Twice, it was turned on and off, but not connected to power, and then it worked. I've used 2 different AiM MXL hardwired into my Spec Miata and T3 mustangs over the years, and they have never had an error. I used an AiM for two race weekends. I like the idea of live coaching, I've never been to COTA, but I know it's not the same as an AiM. It's hard to hear coaching. I tried to pair the Catalyst to my phone but it didn't work. I'm going to buy another one, but I hope my first one was just a lemon. I'll use the Catalyst in my street car for HPDE's as I've still got 2 more tracks to learn. If I were racing on familiar tracks, I would likely use an AiM system with an APEX Pro.
👤I didn't know how much my car had in it as a novice last year. I wouldn't stay the full track day because I felt like I would only be improving my car and not doing anything else. With one track day with this in the car, it has improved my track experience so much that I want to go back asap. I had my best lap time at 2:40. After getting some laps in the computer, I pointed out my inconsistencies and then showed you the footage of the fastest time through a particular section. It gave me the knowledge on where to improve. I went from a 2:38 optimal lap starting out to a 2:30 optimal lap with my actual lap time being 2:32, which does not take into account traffic or slowing down due to traffic. I would have hit the optimal lap time if I hadn't encountered traffic. On a 3.1 mile track with 4 sessions total and 50 laps it has so much data to go off of and my optimal line is. It's worth the money if you want to improve yourself as quickly as possible, and if you're like me, you have trouble asking for help.
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